EFB Working Breakfast on “The Refugee Crisis and the Consequences on the Western Balkans”

EFB Working Breakfast on “The Refugee Crisis and the Consequences on the Western Balkans” “The European Union is facing a very challenging problem, produced by the increased number of illegal migrants at its borders. This pressure is distributed unevenly among the Member States. Today, only five countries receive 70% of the asylum-seekers. Further on, pressure…

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“EU Accession Negotiations Training” for EFB Community Members

One of the most important outcomes of the Fund’s work in the Western Balkans is the social, human capital gathered through the past programmes and initiatives, assembled within the EFB Community and comprised of government officials, academics, researchers, policy advocates, civil society activists, journalists and students. With the idea of enabling future capacity development of…

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Finalisation of the last phase of the Fellowship Programme- The Lessons Learned Presentations in the Home Institutions

The Fellows from the Fellowship Programme for Government Officials Generation 2014/2015 have concluded the final phase of the fellowship programme envisaged as a follow-up presentations of the lessons learned in the host institutions in the EU, back in their home institutions in the Western Balkans. On 17th of September 2015, one of the fellows from…

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EFB roundtable discussion at the Belgrade Security Forum: The EU as a Peace Project Revisited in the Western Balkans

What lies ahead for the Western Balkans in the Berlin Process? EFB Executive Director Hedvig Morvai will participate in a roundtable discussion on EU integration in the Western Balkan region on September 30, 2015, in Belgrade organised as part of the Belgrade Security Forum. In the final declaration of the Vienna Western Balkans Summit in…

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