INVITATION: Panel Discussion: Internal threats or “external” enemies: What is the real danger for Macedonia?

Thursday, 16 December 2010, 16:30 – 18:30(Registration from 16:00)Holiday Inn, Millennium Hall 2 Balkan Children and Youth Foundation in cooperation with The European Fund for the Balkans and Gallup Balkan Monitor has the honor to invite you to a panel discussion: Internal threats or external “enemies”: What is the real danger for Macedonia? Following the European…

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POZIVNICA: Panel diskusija: „Građani BiH podržavaju ulazak u EU više nego ikad: Može li nova vlast ubrzati proces EU integracija?“

Sarajevo: Srijeda, 1. decembar, 11:00 – 14:00 (registracija učesnika od 10:30)Holiday Inn Sarajevo, Zmaja od Bosne br. 4. Evropski fond za Balkan u saradnji sa Galup-om, sa zadovoljstvom Vas poziva na panel diskusiju. Poslije izveštaja Evropske komisije o napretku zemalja Zapadnog Balkana na putu evropskih integracija, novo istraživanje stavova javnog mnenja, Galup Balkan Monitor, nudi pregled…

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INVITATION: Panel discussion “Croatia and the region: heading in the right direction?”

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…

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EVENT REPORT: The rocky road to ‘normality’: public opinion in the Balkans

Latest Balkan Monitor Survey resultsPolicy Dialogue17 November 2010
Brussels

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.

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ANNOUNCEMENT: Policy Dialogue The rocky road towards ‘normality’: Public opinion in the Balkans

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…

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