The first group project in the framework of sixth edition of the Leadership Development Programme was organized in Prishtina, 17 December 2011. The main goal of the event was to establish the foundation for improvement of youth cooperation between Serbia and Kosovo and raising awareness about the importance of regional cooperation in regard to EU…Details
3 researchers from the Western Balkans have been granted the fellowship for the third programme edition
Fellowship Programme for Policy Researchers from the Western Balkans Region is offering paid visits to policy researchers from the Western Balkans region allowing them further capacity building and professional development in some of the most prominent think tanks and institutes in the EU. The programme was initiated in 2010 and has already nine Fellows who…Details
The third cycle of the Think&Link Programme finished with the Final evaluation workshop held in Belgrade, 29 November 2011. European Fund for the Balkans in cooperation with the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) hosted a workshop for representatives of 12 think tanks from the Western Balkans, who were selected to participate in the programme in February…Details
Balkans Beyond Borders, the winner of the 2nd “Charlemagne Youth Prize” 2011, was invited by the European Parliament to present its project along with the other “Charlemagne Youth Prize” 2011 winners to the Committee of Culture and Education in Brussels the 10th of November 2011. Balkans Beyond Borders was represented by Konstantinos Ntantinos (General Director…Details
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Achieving the EU candidate status and becoming full member of the European Union, either has been or continues to be a daily concern for the Balkan countries. Lots of policies, resources and energy have been dedicated so far to this particular, but important goal for the future and development of each country. Until now the…Details
Interviews will be held in Belgrade (31 October, 1 November) and in Skopje (2, 3 November).
All applicants who have not been invited for an interview up to date are encouraged to apply again next year for the 2012/2013 cycle of the Programme.