Final Seminar – Radika, Mavrovo – Second cycle of the Fellowship Programme for Young Government Officials from the Western Balkans

The second generation of Fellows, part of the Fellowship Programme for Young Government Officials re-united for a third and final gathering at Radika, Mavrovo, marking the end of the 2009/10 Fellowship Programme. Each Fellow finished his/her 3 month traineeship in host Institutions throughout a variety of EU countries and came together in Mavrovo for a…

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EVENT REPORT: “Civil Bridge-Building – The Hungarian 2011 EU-Presidency and the Western Balkans”

Novi Sad: 18-19 June 2010   The European Fund for the Balkans in cooperation with the Association of Local Democracy Agencies, Subotica and the European House, Budapest organized a conference “Civil Bridge-Building – The Hungarian 2011 EU-Presidency and the Western Balkans”, 18-19 June 2010, Novi Sad, Serbia. The Conference was supported by the Assembly of the…

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ANNOUNCEMENT: “Civil Bridge-Building “- The Hungarian 2011 EU-Presidency and the Western Balkans

The European Fund for the Balkans in cooperation with the Association of Local Democracy Agencies, Subotica and the European House, Budapest is organizing a conference “Civil Bridge-Building“ – The Hungarian 2011 EU-Presidency and the Western Balkans, 18-19 June 2010, Novi Sad, Serbia. Civil Bridge-Building will gather 60 representatives of Civil Society Organizations from Hungary and the Western…

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Event report: Learn @ Lunch, Brussels June 10, 2010

Speaking at the latest EFB/Gallup [email protected] event on “Governance and corruption – breaking the cycle” in Brussels, Dušan Reljić, Research Associate at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs, argued that the Balkans was suffering as labour migration was not feasible; called on the EU to permit migration (from the Balkans to the Union)…

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