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... or Assad. The Guardian, 21 September 2015. Internet source/Website Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Macedonia. Diplomatic and consular representations -Tallinn. Available at: http://www.missions.gov.mk/talinn/144/Bilateralni_odnosi.html (accessed 10 October 2010). Source: email from the organizers On 17 November 2017, in Skopje, FYR of Macedonia, will take place the International Conference "Challenges of Contemporary Society II". The aim of this conference is to provide a forum for an interdisciplinary discussion of these and similar issues. Papers ...
... or Assad. The Guardian, 21 September 2015. Internet source/Website Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Macedonia. Diplomatic and consular representations -Tallinn. Available at: http://www.missions.gov.mk/talinn/144/Bilateralni_odnosi.html (accessed 10 October 2010). Source: email from the organizers On 17 November 2017, in Skopje, FYR of Macedonia, will take place the International Conference "Challenges of Contemporary Society II". The aim of this conference is to provide a forum for an interdisciplinary discussion of these and similar issues. Skopje
49% INFORM Newsletter - #1 Document 4. Apr. 2017
... INFORM is an international three-year research project that studies the interactions between formal and informal institutions in the Western Balkan societies, as well as tracks the influence of these institutions on the implementation of the European Union rules and regulations. In the first project newsletter, INFORM highlight the goals of the project and share some first research results. The main premise of the INFORM project is that the gap between formal institutions and informal practices in the Balkans has been widening. The case studies ...
... Innovation Fund, Serbia Innovation Fund of the Republic of Serbia - Supporting companies to foster innovation   Aleksandar Tasev, Managing Director, Balkan Unlimited Foundation Investment Vehicles and Financial Instruments supporting TT and Innovation   Jasmina Popovska, Director, State Fund for Innovation and Technological Development, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Financial support instruments for innovation: the case of Macedonia. Fund for Innovation and Technology Development (FITD)   Mariyana Hamanova, Co-Founder and Director Cleantech Bulgaria Investment Vehicles and Financial Instruments supporting TT and Innovation   Luigi Amati, President, CEO & Co-Founder of META Setting up and managing investment vehicles and financial instruments supporting TT and Innovation     ...
... it should be in the form of a working paper or a scientific article or be the result of a bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral thesis. The submitted work shall deal with the topic of European economic integration. The review process shall, above all, assess the quality and originality of the work. Authors shall be under 35 years of age at the date of submission. Authors shall be citizens of one of the following countries: Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, FYR Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Hungary, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia or Ukraine. Proof of date of birth and citizenship must be provided upon application; authors shall also include a brief CV. In ...
... it should be in the form of a working paper or a scientific article or be the result of a bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral thesis. The submitted work shall deal with the topic of European economic integration. The review process shall, above all, assess the quality and originality of the work. Authors shall be under 35 years of age at the date of submission. Authors shall be citizens of one of the following countries: Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, FYR Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Hungary, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia or Ukraine. Proof of date of birth and citizenship must be provided upon application; authors shall also include a brief CV. In ...
... of any of the following countries: Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, FYR Macedonia, Hungary, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia or Ukraine. Previous winners of the Olga Radzyner Award, ESCB central bank employees as well as current and former OeNB staff are ...
... intensive research and innovation performers, in terms of access to new research avenues, creativity and the development of new approaches, as well as a source for increased mobility (inwards and outwards) of qualified scientists. *Widening Countries are:Albania, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Faroe Islands, FYR of Macedonia, Georgia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Tunisia, Turkey and Ukraine. Source and further information: EC The WIDESPREAD-05-2017 call is part of the Horizon 2020 Programme dubbed "Spreading Excellence and Widening Particaption" (SEWP). The specific challenge is to address networking gaps and deficiencies ...
... and Development Institute, in November 2015, in Tirana, and supported by Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Konrad Adenauer Foundation and Hanns Seidel Foundation. It has taken the following form: Research on the Berlin process and its priority areas: Berlin process being a thinly documented process, CDI has contributed to create a body of knowledge, as well as to gather in one place major documents referring to it; Monitoring reports on advancement of Albania in BP agenda on issues such as youth, migration and connectivity. Since 2014 CDI works together with national stakeholders in identifying and documenting the policy measures, progress and challenges faced ...
It is the first study in the region to answer questions on how many degrees are given by year and in which field, on the obstacle of entry into the labour market by graduates and on what employers are looking for in terms of skills. The study offers a set of concrete recommendations to tackle the identified issues, both at individual country level and at regional level. The study has also assembled a unique higer education database that includes details of virtually all study programmes offered by all higher education institutions in the region in recent years. Source and more information ...
... Executive summary This synthesis report  analyses  higher  education  (HE)  provision  and  labour  market opportunities  in  the Western  Balkans  by  looking  into  four  inter-related  issues:  the provision  of  HE,  the current  situation  of  the  graduate  labour  market,  the  challenges facing  graduates  and employers  on  the  labour  market, and  the skill mismatches that hinder graduate labour market integration. The report concludes with recommendations on  measures  needed  to  ...
The aim of this report is to provide an analysis of the main achievements, the impact and the sustainability of the Tempus IV (2007 - 2013) projects in the development of support services for students at universities in the Western Balkans.  The report also identifies obstacles and shortcomings. https://eacea.ec.europa.eu/sites/eacea-site/files/2016_12_01-wb_tempus_iv_study_student_services.pdf
... low in the Western Balkans”, said Vanja Ivošević, RCC’s Senior Expert on Smart Growth. In this context, a Horizon 2020 funded project “VRE for regional Interdisciplinary communities in Southeast Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean – VI-SEEM”, should be mentioned which involves partner from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and FYR of Macedonia. The main goal of this project is reducing the digital divide within Europe by facilitating regional interdisciplinary collaboration thanks to a Virtual Research Environment (VRE) that will help to strengthen the research capacities of the users and to better spread the research results from (and within) the region. The VI-SEEM project is also currently ...
The call is addressed to scientists and researchers that work in academic and research institutions in the region of South Eastern Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean. More specifically these are (in alphabetical order): Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Egypt, FYR of Macedonia, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia and Turkey. The project proposals should address open research topics in specific fields of Life Sciences, Climate research, and Digital Cultural Heritage. Via this call VI-SEEM opens possibilities for regional scientists from the selected scientific fields to have access to ...
The Western Balkan 6 (WB6) Advocacy Group which was established on 29 September 2016, launched the portal www.wb6.info in order to better communicate with its target groups and interested public. CSOs from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo, FYR of Macedonia and Serbia have initiated the forming of this group to facilitate and accelerate the accession of the entire region to the European Union.   One of the Group's main priorities will be to change the region's negative image. Its aim is to alert to the relevance of the Western Balkans to the EU and push the enlargement to the region back to the Union agenda through improved regional cooperation and concerted advocacy efforts vis-à-vis European decision ...
48% Western Balkan 6 Advocacy Group Organisation 21. Oct. 2016
WB6 Advocacy Group is an initiative of Western Balkanthink tanks coming from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, FYR of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia,  aimed at accelerating and facilitating the European Union enlargement towards the Western Balkans. Established in September 2016, the Group grew out of two successive projects– the European Integration of the Western Balkans: Can the Visegrad Countries Serve as Role Models, Belgrade, 2015, which was ...
48% Western Balkans Fund Organisation 12. Oct. 2016
WBF is an international organization established by the governments of Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Montenegro, FYR of Macedonia and Serbia. The governing bodies of the Fund are the Council of Ministers of Foreign Affairs, the Council of Senior Officials, the Executive Director and the Secretariat.  The seat of the Fund Secretariat is in Tirana. WBF will finance small and medium projects with the objective of increasing regional and cross-border cooperation and strengthening regional cohesion in these key areas: Cultural cooperation; Education; Research and Scientific exchanges; Sustainable Development; Cross-border and Youth cooperation. In general, projects financed by the Fund ...
WBF is an international organization established by the governments of the Western Balkan countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Montenegro, FYR of Macedonia and Serbia, the first as such to be headquartered in Tirana. The Fund’s main structures are: the Council of Foreign Ministers, the highest decision-making body, the Senior Council, the Secretariat and the Executive Director. The launch of the Western Balkan Fund with its seat in Tirana is another positive ...
... TACSO ORCA (Serbia), on behalf of consortium of partners: AKTIV (Kosovo*), FLOROZON (FYR of Macedonia), CZIP (Montenegro) i IEP (Albania), announces Call for Trainers & Consultants for training of CSOs for advocacy and organisational development and coaching for writing project proposals ...
... for sustainable agriculture will be granted (May 2017 – May 2018). More information about conditions for applying can be found in Guidelines for applicants with accompanying annexes or at this Web page. The Call is opened until 10 October 2016 at 16 hours for all CSOs from Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, FYR of Macedonia and Kosovo* active in different aspects of sustainable agriculture. Source: TACSO ORCA (Serbia), on behalf of consortium of partners: AKTIV (Kosovo*), FLOROZON (FYR of Macedonia), CZIP (Montenegro) i IEP (Albania), announces a Call for granting, coaching and training for strengthening advocacy capacities of CSOs, for sustainable agriculture in the Western Balkans.   ...
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