The European Fund for the Balkans together with Gallup Europe organized the panel discussion “Is it finally time to accelerate the process?” as a follow-up to the third wave of results of the Gallup Balkan Monitor. The discussion was opened by Andrzej Pyrka, researcher at Gallup Europe, who presented the main findings and the most…Details
Panel discussion: Friday, 26 November 2010, 17.00–19.00at the EU Information Centre, Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Croatia, Trg žrtava fašizma 6, Zagreb Academy for Political Development in cooperation with The European Fund for the Balkans is delighted to invite you to a panel discussion “Croatia and the region: Heading in the…Details
Thursday, 25th November 2010 (13.00 – 15.00), Media Center, Belgrade The European Fund for the Balkans together with Gallup Europe is inviting you to the panel discussion “Is it finally time to accelerate the process?” The event will be held at the Media Center in Belgrade to mark the launch of the third wave of…Details
Policy Dialogue – 17 November 2010
The show that many people in the region are still struggling to live on their incomes. There are, however, positive signs and each country has to be examined separately.
A lively policy dialogue, held in cooperation with the European Fund for the Balkans did just that with concerns being expressed about conditions in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croats’ increasingly negative feelings about EU accession.
Other subjects touched on included corruption, trust in institutions, ‘Greater Albania’, ethnic diversity, the impact of independence in Kosovo, and what the EU was offering the region.Details
Wednesday, 17 November, 14.30–16.30 (registration from 14.00) Scotland House, Rond-Point Schuman 6, 1040 Brussels The European Policy Centre (EPC), in cooperation with the European Fund for the Balkans (EFB), is delighted to invite you to a Policy Dialogue on The Rocky Road Towards ‘normality’: Public opinion in the Balkans on Wednesday 17 November 2010. Following…Details
In June 2011 the Balkans Beyond Borders 25hours Short Film Festival travels to Athens, where the headquarters of the eponymous NGO organising the festival is based. This year, similar to last year, young artists from the Balkan region and beyond (Southeast Europe) up to the age of 30 are invited to create their own short…Details
EVENT REPORT: The Independent Policy Research and the Reform of Policy Process in the Western Balkans – What Role for Think Tanks?
October 20-21 2010
The last seminar of the Think and Link Programme 2009-2010 was held in Belgrade. Representatives of 12 think tanks from the Western Balkans gathered to discuss the role of think tanks in independent policy research and in the reform of policy process in the Western Balkans.
The first day of the seminar was organized as a closed workshop with the Think and Link Grantees. The summary of assessment of received policy papers was presented by two trainers: Maja Djuric and Sue Newport (ODI – Overseas Development Institute). The training was focused on strengthening evidence based policy making, effective communications and influence on policy makers.Details