Conclusion of the second seminar of the Fellowship Programme for Young Government Officials

The Fifth Generation of 20 Fellows, which are part of the Fellowship Programme for Young Government Officials, met in Brussels in the period between 19 – 23 of May for the Intermediary Seminar, which is traditionally held half-way through the overall Programme. Having spent a full month in host countries, the fellows gathered at the…

Event Report: Successful finale of the LDP 7 Group Project Albania “Today’s Children for the Environment”

„Leaders for Environmental Awareness and Protection“, a group consisting of young individuals from different countries organized the final event of their regional project „Today’s children for the Environment“, on Friday 15 March. „Kristaq Rama“, private elementary school in Tirana, played a host for the final event, which was consisted of three activities: drawing session, tree…

LDP 7 Group Project Serbia: Imagine EU 2030 – “Can we anticipate the future of the European Union?”

On Thursday, 28th of February 2013, the Fellows of the Leadership Development Programme 2012/13 (Group V – Serbia) organized the final event of the project “Imagine EU 2030: Can we anticipate the future of the European Union?” at the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade. The panelists that were present in the event were:…

LDP 7 Group Project Albania: „Today’s children for environment“, 15 of March, Tirana

Leaders for Environmental Awareness and Protection (abbreviated LEAP) are organizing Final event of their project „Today’s children for environment“ on Friday, 15 of March 2013. The event will start at 10.00 in Kristaq Rama, private elementary school in Tirana, and it is comprised of three separate activities. Their aim was to engage elementary school children…

LDP 7 Group Project Macedonia: “viEUpoint”- Public debate on the topic “How can the EU do better in the Balkans”

On the 4th of March 2013 in Skopje, Macedonia, a group 4 consisted of Anja Damjanović (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Daryia Pavlova (Bulgaria), Ivan Jovanov (Macedonia), Ivana Petkukjeska (Macedonia), Gentian Bici (Albania) and Senton Kaçaniku (Kosovo) organized the final event of the project “viEUpoint”, a public debate on the topic “How can the EU do better…

LDP Group Project Kosovo: Promotion of the Booklet BEING A WOMAN IN THE BALKANS at the conference “Women Perspectives in the Labor Market in the Balkans”, March 1st, Pristhina

The booklet “Being a woman in the Balkans” is a final output of the project: “Women For Economy” and it is a collection of ten individual opinions and experiences of the youth from the Western Balkans on the barriers that women face to access employment and advance in their carriers. The conference “Women Perspectives in…

LDP 7 Group Project Serbia: Presentation of the students’ essay collection “Imagine EU 2030” and panel discussion “Imagine EU 2030 – Can we anticipate the future of the European Union?”, 28th of February, Belgrade

On Thursday, 28th of February ,the Fellows of The Southeast Europe and the EU – Leadership Development Programme 2012/13 (Group V – Serbia) will organize the final event of the project “Imagine EU 2030”: Presentation of the students’ essay collection “Imagine EU 2030” and the panel discussion “Imagine EU 2030 – Can we anticipate the…

LDP 7 Group Project: “Trapped in Between”, 1st of February, Sarajevo

On Friday, 1st of February 2013 a group consisting of young individuals from different countries: Elton Capani and Jorida Skenderasi from Albania, Adnan Ovčina and Diana Džaka from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ioanna Fotopoulou from Greece and Berkay Mandiraci from Turkey presented the key findings of their research project “Trapped in Between”. The event took place…

LDP 7 – Group Project Macedonia – Case Study Competition – “viEUpoint”

viEUpoint is a project that offers a unique opportunity to young people from five Balkan countries to write a case-study with a clear focus on assessing the EU performance and provide constructive critique in one of those countries or in the Balkans as a whole. Who can participate: Young people aged 18-30 from (Albania, Bosnia…