A Roundtable Discussion “Rule of Law in the Western Balkans: Improving the conditionality mechanism of the chapters 23 and 24 of the EU enlargement negotiations” in Brussels (May 18th, 2016)

The Open Society European Policy Institute in close cooperation with the European Fund for the Balkans is organising the roundtable discussion “Rule of Law in the Western Balkans: Improving the conditionality mechanism of the chapters 23 and 24 of the EU enlargement negotiations” which will be held on May 18th, 2016 in Brussels at the premises…

“For Fair Elections 2016: Political dialogue and the implementation of the electoral legislation in Montenegro” conference supported by the European Fund for the Balkans

The Centre for Monitoring and Reasearch CeMI, which is among the grantees of the current EFB’s Think and Link Regional Policy Programme organised the National conference “For Fair Elections 2016: Political dialogue and the implementation of the electoral legislation in Montenegro” on 30th of March, 2016 in Podgorica, Montenegro. The conference is part of the…

Think and Link 2015 – Awarded organisations

The European Fund for the Balkans has selected 7 organizations to take part in the “Think and Link – Regional Policy Programme” for 2015. The organisations selected for the current edition of the programme are: Green Home, Montenegro European Movement Albania, Albania Belgrade Open School, Serbia Centre for Monitoring and Research, Montenegro European Policy Centre,…

“Developing effective strategies & communication tools for policy advocacy” – Think and Link Programme Final Seminar (December 7-8, 2013)

The final Think and Link seminar “Developing effective strategies & communication tools for policy advocacy” as an end of the cycle of the 2013 Think and Link – Regional Policy Programme was held in Belgrade (December 7-8) in the Hotel Park. The seminar brought together 14 European Fund for the Balkans THINK and LINK programme…

Think & Link 2013 Capacity-Building Seminar was held in Budva, May 10-May 12, 2013

The Capacity Building Seminar “Strengthening the Role of Evidence-Based Policy in the Western Balkans” for the selected organisations of the Think and Link – Regional Policy Programme 2013 was held in Becici, Budva-Montenegro in the period between 10-12 May, 2013. The seminar is part of the Think and Link – Regional Policy Programme and is…

Think & Link 2013 – Organizations Selected

The European Fund for the Balkans is pleased to announce the 12 organizations that were selected for the fifth edition of the Think & Link Programme. Albanian Institute for International Studies – Albania Association for Development Initiatives – Zenith-Macedonia Belgrade Open School (BOS) – Serbia Center for Advanced Economic Studies (CEVES) – Serbia Center for…

Insightful and useful conclusions at the end of the Think and Link seminar “Improving the policy impact of research”

The final Think and Link seminar “Improving the policy impact of research” as an end of the cycle of the Think and Link – Regional Policy Programme took place in Belgrade, Serbia, on 26 and 27 of November, 2012 in the Hotel Park. The seminar which brought together the 12 European Fund for the Balkans…

The final Think and Link seminar “Improving the policy impact of research” will be held on 26 and 27 of November, 2012 in Belgrade

The final Think and Link seminar “Improving the policy impact of research”as a final stage of of the Think and Link – Regional Policy Programme will take place in Belgrade, Serbia, on 26 and 27 of November, 2012 in the Hotel Park. The seminar will be in a form of closed sessions for the 24…

Call for the Submission of the Proposals for the Evaluation of the “Think and Link-Regional Policy Programme” – deadline September 15, 2012.

With this Call we are inviting proposals for an evaluation of the “Think and Link – Regional Policy Programme”. The evaluation will be independent and external, conducted in co-operation with the European Fund for the Balkans. It will provide the EFB with objective information for making the decision about the future of the Programme. More…