EFB Community LAUNCH

Welcome to the Online EFB COMMUNITY – a place for networking, cooperation and communication EFB has officially launched the online EFB Community – www.community.balkanfund.org This is a place for meeting people, reconnecting, cooperating and sharing ideas. The EFB Community offers a dynamic and interactive networking experience for all past and current participants of the EFB…

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EVENT REPORT: LDP V Group Activity: “Regional Cooperation through Education”, 4 March 2011, EU Info and Cultural Centre, Prishtina

A group of 6 enthusiastic young professionals from Kosovo, Turkey, Macedonia, Romania and Serbia presented the results of their six month research in the field of the regional cooperation through education. This project was developed in the framework of the “Southeast Europe and the EU – Leadership Development Programme” 2010-2011, organized by the European Fund…

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INVITATION: LDP V Group Activity – “Youth on the Move”, 18 March 2011, Tirana

Youth on the MoveHas the pleasure to invite you to the panel discussion:  Communicating EU to the Youth in SEE Countries – a comparative analysis Special guests: Ms. Brisida Kërtusha – Ministry of Tourism, Culture, Youth and Sport Mr. Altin Fuga – Ministry of Integration Representative of the EU Info Centre in Albania Mr. Gentian…

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EVENT REPORT: LDP V Group Activity “Road to the EU Balkanlargement” – A study on youth perspectives in the Western Balkans, 25 February 2011, Belgrade

What are the challenges of EU enlargement? What can go wrong in Serbia’s EU Accession Process? How to “untie the knot” of Macedonia – EU relations? How were the Turkish Cypriots left outside? Is a Montenegro’s EU Accession Process success story? These were some of the questions that triggered the debate among the young participants of…

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INVITATION: LDP V Group Activity – Panel Discussion – “Road to European Union’s Balkanlargement: Opportunities and Challenges”, 25 February, Faculty of Law, The Union University, Belgrade

This event is organized by the LDP V Fellows (participants from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cypriot, Macedonia and Serbia) in the framework of the Southeast Europe and the EU – Leadership Development Programme. The panelists will discuss about the challenges of taking the next steps towards the EU membership. The group members will introduce the…

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INVITATION: Exhibition “CiTIzens” – National minorities in Southeast Europe, in Sarajevo

Sarajevo: March 5, 2011, 16h, Zemaljski muzej The exhibition provides a regional approach displaying successful representations of members of national minorities.  It is our hope that this project will help diminish stereotypes held by majority populations throughout the region. International actors such as the European Union must exert greater pressure on current and future member states…

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