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... and gave a number of suggestions on how to revise the draft documents to make them even more relevant to their target audiences. The ResInfra@DR project co-funded by ERDF and IPA funds under the Danube Transnational Programme includes a number of Danube-region countries including some Western Balkans countries, notably Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Montenegro. In this way, once finished the recommendations and guidelines documents will provide policymakers and stakeholders from Western Balkans countries a set of tools and methods on how to benefit from European and Danube-region good practices in making their research infrastructures more effective and relevant for their national ...
... series of workshops is part of the proESOF programme, in preparation of the ESOF2020 (Euro Science Open Forum) conference in Trieste, Italy, to support quality science journalism in the region.  NATIONALITIES INVITED TO APPLY FOR A GRANT COVERING ALSO TRAVEL AND ACCOMODATION: Albania Armenia Bosnia and Herzegovina Georgia The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Kosovo * Moldova Montenegro Serbia Turkey Ukraine * This designation is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line with UNSCR 1244/1999 and the ICJ Opinion on the Kosovo declaration of independence. Journalists from other countries can attend the workshop at no ...
Many economies where the EBRD invests have made progress in the area of green transition by ratifying the Paris Agreement and making legislative commitments to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, according to the report. Overall, however, significant challenges remain across the EBRD regions in the area of green transition, particularly as regards (i) reducing emissions in the construction, industrial and energy sectors, (ii) strengthening resistance to the negative impact of climate change ...
... an estimated 3.5%. In most of the region, growth projections for 2018 have been revised upward. Kosovo and Albania are expected to grow at 4% this year. At 3.8%, Montenegro’s growth is projected to be 1 percentage point higher, although still lower than last year. Growth in Bosnia and Herzegovina continues to be stable at an estimated 3.2%. Serbia’s economy has rebounded to 3.5% growth after last year’s weather-related slowdown. Macedonia’s growth also rebounded to 2.5%, as investor confidence was restored. Growth was stimulated by higher public investment and consumption. Driven by tax reforms ...
... target is set at 10%, the Federation government said in a statement last week. The targets are part of an updated action plan for the use of renewable energy sources adopted by the Federation government on November 8, it said. The Federation is one of two autonomous entities making up Bosnia and Herzegovina. The other one is the Serb Republic.  In 2016, Bosnia and Herzegovina achieved a 25.3% share of renewable energy in gross final energy consumption, below the 36.7% median trajectory for 2015-2016, the Energy Community said in its annual implementation report 2017-2018 published last week. By the end of 2017, the country registered 113 MW of small hydropower plants, 16 ...
... PRESS RELEASE NO: 2019/ECA/31   " Growth for the Western Balkan region is estimated to strengthen to 3.5 percent for 2018, according to the latest Western Balkans Regular Economic Report, Higher but Fragile Growth. Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia are estimated to grow at rates between 2.5 percent and 4 percent. While employment also rose in five of the six countries in the region, the 91,400 new jobs created between July 2017 and July 2018 were significantly fewer than the 214 ...
40% Balkan Green Energy News Link 16. Nov. 2018
... is a free-of-charge  online platform covering sustainable energy (renewable energy, energy efficiency), electric vehicles,  environmental protection,  waste and water management developments  from a selection of accurate, reliable and straight to the point news, policy actions and investment opportunities from the Balkan region countries: Serbia, Kosovo*, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Montenegro, Albania, Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Greece, Cyprus and Turkey. The Balkan Green Energy News project has been developed and implemented for companies, financial institutions, decision makers, international organizations,  investment funds, consulting companies, sustainable energy developers, civil soci and other stakeholders from all over the world who ...
Terra Madre Balkans was established by Slow Food in 2010 to give a voice to small-scale food producers and rural communities, and to support them in upgrading their production from homemade to artisan, advocating for their social and political recognition, and supporting their access to markets. 100 participants (from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Macedonia, Romania, and Serbia) at the fifth edition of Terra Madre Balkans (21-23 May 2018) share the opinion that the integration of the Western Balkan countries into the EU is a major political goal that will ensure stability and development in the region. The conference built ...
... The conflicts over the break-up of the former Yugoslavia damaged much of the energy infrastructure and compounded the challenge of providing reliable energy supply. The Western Balkans – composed of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Kosovo – is a complex region facing significant energy challenges. The conflicts over the break-up of the former Yugoslavia damaged much of the energy infrastructure and compounded the challenge of providing reliable energy supply. Electricity systems in many parts of the ...
... partnership with a layered risk/return structure, to enhancing energy efficiency and fostering renewable energies predominantly through the provision of dedicated financing to businesses and households via partnering with financial institutions and direct financing. The Green for Growth Fund is currently active in nineteen target markets including Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Egypt, FYR Macedonia, Georgia, Jordan, Kosovo*, Lebanon, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, Serbia, the Palestinian Territories, Tunisia, Turkey, and Ukraine. GGF is a unique public-private partnership established in December, 2009 to promote energy efficiency in its target region and to reduce CO2 emissions. GGF's investments seek to achieve a 20% reduction ...
... REEP) aims to unleash the WB potential to benefit from the greater use of renewable energy and energy efficiency measures by providing a combination of financing instruments, technical assistance and policy support to create a sustainable market for energy efficiency in the Western Balkans. The countries targeted are Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, FYR of Macedonia, Kosovo, Montenegro, and Serbia. ___ In June 2012, the Steering Committee of the Western Balkans Investment Framework (WBIF) approved a €23.35 million grant to the EBRD to establish the Regional Energy Efficiency Programme for the Western Balkans.  The WBIF is a joint initiative of ...
This is a result of the S2Biom Fp7 funded project  (D 8.3a) under responsibility of the Imperial College London (Calliope Panoutsou et.al.,). Albania Bosnia & Herzegovina FYR of Macedonia Kosovo Montenegro Serbia ___ S2Biom project has been supported by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme and have been running from September, 2013 until November, 2016. The research work in the S2Biom project covered the whole biomass delivery chain - from primary biomass to end-use of ...
... the national level; Serbia is in the final stage of the process of preparation of their first RI Roadmap to be completed this year; The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia has  formed a national working groups to start the development of national RI Roadmap; while Albania, Kosovo* and Bosnia and Herzegovina have initiated discussions  on how to start the RIs mapping process. The Workshop was organised to support the implementation of the Multi-annual Action Plan on a Regional Economic Area in the Western Balkans (MAP REA) prepared by the RCC and endorsed by the leaders of WB6 at the Berlin ...
... The Government of the Republic of Slovenia has identified a first value project to be presented at the meeting - a collaboration on exchange of educational and other data essential for starting the Openness agenda and build prosperity of citizens of the WB6 (Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia). The project addresses the essential challenge of research and innovation in the knowledge economy that lies in the knowledge/technology transfer from R&D to the commercial world. The operation of this innovation value chain is not well-developed in Europe, and particularly underdeveloped ...
... s projects focus on consultancy, capacity building and provision of technical legal expertise in the fields of public international law, comparative constitutional law and the rule of law in post-conflict countries and countries in transition. Job Summary The Research Fellow will conduct research in the field of Transitional Justice in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the wider region. The input is to support a mediation project in this field which includes all relevant BiH stakeholders such as governmental authorities and civil society. Key Responsibilities Under the supervision of the Head of Project, the successful candidate shall Conduct research into the Transitional Justice process and ...
... The catalog of the virtual library of Bosnia and Herzegovina. COBISS.BA Co-operative Online Bibliographic System and Services. National and University Library of the Republika Srpska The National and University Library of the Republic of Srpska (NUBRS) (Serbian, Croatian, and Bosnian: National and University Library of the Republic of Srpska) is the national library of Republika Srpska, located in the ...
... s mission is to improve framework conditions for research infrastructure and innovation while facilitating transnational cooperation and emphasising the macro-regional scope of the sustainable development of research infrastructures. The initiative is indeed mainly focused on the Danube Region but it covers Western Balkans countries as well by including partners from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia. ResInfra@DR thus contributes also to enhancing the capabilities of Western Balkan countries’ Research Infrastructures and their socio-economic impact. We spoke with Sinisa Marcic, Assistant Minister for Science Ministry of Science and Technology, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina who explained us how ResInfra@DR matters as an effective ...
... Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan and the Regional Youth Cooperation Office are implementing the youth exchange “Western Balkans meet Japan: A Bridge into the Future”, on 30 October to 7 November 2018, and invites 17 undergraduate or graduate students aged from 20 to 30 years old, coming from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia, to apply for a great opportunity of personal and professional growth. Introduction The program aims to deepen participants’ understanding of Japan and its policy, to increase knowledge and promote mutual understanding through intellectual and cultural exchange, and build a basis for future friendship and cooperation ...
... forum, were able to establish a side way to lead to the enlargement mainstream. The Berlin Process produced a number of visible and latent results in the area of: connectivity (the Transport Community was established and Energy Community re-energized), reconciliation and bilateral issues (Macedonia-Greece name issue, Montenegro-Kosovo and Montenegro-Bosnia and Herzegovina border issues) and youth cooperation (the Regional Youth Cooperation Office and Western Balkan Fund were created). Maybe even more importantly, the Berlin Process and the presence and specific focus of crucial EU governments and political personalities managed to create a positive and encouraging atmosphere in which Western Balkan political leaders ...
40% Cluster Development Strategy in Serbia Document 4. Sep. 2018
... to present the development process of clusters in Serbia. The paper analyse also of cluster development strategy in some neighbouring Balkan countries. Regarding the development of industrial production of some Balkan countries, there are also major differences. With the exception of Albania, which was and still is very de-industrialized, and Bosnia and Herzegovina, where we take 1995 as the base year (which is why there has been a rapid growth), other countries are still far from the levels of production in 1990. This is one of the main problems, excepting also economic, political and social aspects and facts, which is developed in this ...
... of partner universities includes:  Babes-Bolyai University from Cluj-Napoca (Romania) Central European University (Hungary) South East European University, Tetovo (Macedonia)  Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje (Macedonia)  University of Bologna (Italy)  University of Ljubljana (Slovenia) University of Novi Sad (Serbia) University of Regensburg (Germany) University of Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina)  University of Zagreb (Croatia)  Students from Graz can also spend their mobility semester in Belgrade and those from Belgrade in Graz.  Why Southeast European Studies in Graz?  Southeast Europe has been a focus of the University of Graz for over a century. The Nobel Prize winner ...
... The Fellowship Programme will provide 20 scholarships for civil servants from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia. The Fellows will spend three months in the countries of the European Union, where they will gain work practice in the federal or state government agencies of the host countries, receive tailor-made training through specifically designed seminars and experience national/international and intercultural exchange ...
40% INFORM FINAL CONFERENCE Event 3. Sep. 2018
... to track the influence of these institutions on the implementation of EU rules and regulations. Emphasizing the importance of interactions between formal and informal institutions, the project aims to produce original research and policy recommendations. On 8 February 2019, the INFORM project will host the final conference in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. http://formal-informal.eu/home.html Sarajevo
... long term sustainability; the socioeconomic impact. The 4 days cross-thematic capacity building training enables also the interaction of actors accross the Danube Region. Seven experts acting as trainers and 34 participants attend the second ResInfra@DR training which was prepared by the Ministry of Science and Technology of Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The participants come from the host country Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia - thus covering 8 countries. Tuesday 24th: Background and core processes *** Wednesday 25th: Planning and establishing of RI; Operation, managing and monitoring RIs *** Thursday 26th: Results and impact of RIs in practice ***  Friday 27th: Longterm durability of research infrastructure  Stay ...
... still quite low (find here some data on WBCs in H2020). Balkan countries suffer from brain drain and are lacking R&I capacities: Serbia is the regional research power-house and it is doing reasonably well in Horizon 2020 (success-rate similar to the one of Hungary or Slovenia). Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina are performing close to the EU average (i.e. similar to Spain or to the Czech Republic)  FYROM (or the newly-agreed "Republic of North Macedonia") and Albania have Horizon 2020 performances similar to those of Bulgaria and are following in the list. Adequate attention by the next Framework Programme ...
... presented the key findings of attitudes, experiences, aspirations, perceptions, and expectations across the Western Balkan economies.  A part of the RCC’s BB 2018 launch is a panel discussion including Valdrin Lluka, Minister of Economy Kosovo*; Hamdo Tinjak, Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations of Bosnia and Herzegovina; Dusan Reljic, Head of ‘Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik’ at German Institute for International and Security Affairs; and Mario Holzner, Institute Deputy Director and Staff Economist at the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies. The discussion moderator is Zvezdana Kovac, Executive Director of the Center for Democracy and Reconciliation in Southeast ...
... update their yearly reports, providing valuable information on the reform efforts undertaken in both areas. The input provided shows the progress in the implementation of these reforms and helps the European Commission coordinate its EU assistance, so that these efforts are properly supported. Progress reports** on higher education reform: Albania Bosnia and Herzegovina Kosovo* Montenegro Serbia The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Progress reports** on teacher training: Albania Bosnia and Herzegovina Kosovo* Montenegro Serbia The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia **The reports published above are not prepared by the European Commission. For pictures and all official information please refer to this website. The ...
The present study has been conducted under the European Commission’s initiative «Support to the Higher Education Reform Experts» (SPHERE) by a small team of experts. It discusses the research capacity of higher education institutions in the Western Balkans (WB). Provisional results of the study were presented at the 6th Ministerial Meeting of the “Western Balkans Steering Platforms on Education & Training & Research and Innovation”, 28-29 September 2017 in Belgrade. The study provides ...
... the region into a digital economy and bring the benefits of the digital transformation, such as faster economic growth, more jobs, and better services. Read below the official press release IP/18/4242: The Digital Agenda for Western Balkans: The Commission together with Ministers from six Western Balkan partners - Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Serbia – commit to: Investing in broadband connectivity: Good digital infrastructure is essential for the roll-out of broadband in the Western Balkans. Under the Western Balkan Investment Framework (WBIF), €30 million in EU grants will be made available to deploy broadband infrastructure ...
40% Competitiveness in South East Europe Document 2. Jul. 2018
... citizens in South East Europe (SEE) depend more than ever on greater economic competitiveness. To underpin the drive to improve competitiveness and foster private investment, an integrated policy approach is needed. This first edition of Competitiveness in South East Europe: A Policy Outlook seeks to help policy makers in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Kosovo, and Serbia assess their progress towards their growth goals and benchmark them against the good practices adopted by OECD countries and the performance of their regional peers. This report addresses 15 policy dimensions critical to competitive economies that draw on the South East ...
42% The Western Balkans and Horizon 2020 Document 22. Jun. 2018
A recent leaflet providing an overview of Western Balkans' performances in Horizon 2020 so far. Data provided cover MSC actions, ERC grants, projects, funding, some success stories, etc. As Accession Countries, the Western Balkans will be further integrated into the European Research Area.  
... extensive survey and stakeholder interview process (almost 1,000 survey replies were received and more than 200 interviews were conducted in the Danube Region), and the analysis is still ongoing; however, what we can already see that the young project managers and administrators in WBC countries (in our case Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro) claim to be much less well-versed in basics topics such as EU funding landscape, grant application writing or partner search and consortium-building than their counterparts in EU Member States within Danube Region. This is related to our other finding that both formal and non-formal training programmes are much ...
... Six new flagship initiatives to support the transformation of the Western Balkans Factsheet - The way forward Factsheet - Economic relations – Investing in people, infrastructures and reforms Factsheet: EU Engagement in the Western Balkans Video stockshots – Western Balkans Factograph – Montenegro Factograph – Serbia Factograph – The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Factograph - Albania Factograph – Bosnia and Herzegovina Factograph – Kosovo Today's summit between the leaders of the European Union and the Western Balkans partners in Sofia confirmed the European perspective of the region and set out a number of concrete actions to strengthen cooperation in the areas of connectivity, security and the rule of law ...
... BESTPRAC network both to research administrators, but also their institutions and researchers is described the best from the view of one of the BESTPRAC members: (taken from Dissemination of BESTPRAC Output, Statements of BESPRAC members : http://www.bestprac.eu/events/workshop-brussels-september-2017/ ) An Article by Andjela Pepic, University of Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Chair of the COST TN1302 BESTPRAC ...
... region Check out more information here SENET Association was founded in 2000, with the aim to promote and facilitate development of the Project Management profession in the regions of Central and South – East Europe. SENET now brings together IPMA member associations from Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey. The first SENET Conference was held in Ljubljana, Slovenia and it was dedicated to “Regional Development and Restructuring Projects”. The second Conference was organized in Cavtat, Croatia and focused on “Development of Project Management Profession in Transition Economy”, while the third one presented the topic ...
... Call for Applications The number of participants will be limited to: 20 with reimbursement (A) + 20 from the Serbia and/or neighboring countries which can reach this training school without reimbursement (B). For this second group, priority will be given to candidates from Serbia and from countries bordering Serbia: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Macedonia, Montenegro and Romania. These candidates may also apply to target group A as all other candidates and are eligible to receive reimbursement if selected within this group. With this partitioning in two groups we intend to enlarge the number of participants, but still allowing for active ...
40% 8th ESEE Dialogue Conference Event 22. May. 2018
Agenda at a glance TUESDAY 26/06/2018 - CONFERENCE 09:00 – 10:00 Registration EIT Raw Materials Overview and opportunities for the ESEE region - focus: Bosnia and Herzegovina RIS (Regional Innovation Scheme) strategy and projects - creating impact for local economies Becoming an active EIT RawMaterials partner Regional Center Leoben and Hub Regional Center Adria - Focus: ESEE Region Role and mission 2018 activities, ongoing projects Local outreach activities and knowledge triangle integration in the Western Balkans GeoZS, ZAG, RGNF ...
... countries in South East Europe. Participants are likely to include: research and innovation policy makers, representatives of academia and technology transfer offices, chambers of commerce, entrepreneurs, and early stage and venture capital investors including business angels. The number of attendees is estimated at around 100-120, and selected participants from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo*, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, Ukraine, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Turkey may be eligible for reimbursement of their travel and accommodation expenses.   Apply to participate Attendance to the event is by invitation only. If you wish to participate you are encouraged to submit an expression of ...
... can deliver positive economic effects and help integration processes. From the WB countries interventions were planned by:  Viktor Nedović, Assistant Minister, Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development  Besa Shahini, Vice-Minister of Education, Sports and Youth, Albania  Sanja Damjanović, Minister of Science of Montenegro  Jasna Šafhauzer, Counsellor, Embassy of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the Republic of Bulgaria  Marjan Gjorchev, Ambassador, Embassy of Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to the Republic of Bulgaria  Arber Geci, Deputy Minister of Education, Science and Technology of Kosovo* Parallel Sessions followed about: Increasing Transnational Cooperation for Innovation Investments, How to Commercialise Innovations, Digital Transformation, Leveraging R& ...
... countries in South East Europe. Participants are likely to include: research and innovation policy makers, representatives of academia and technology transfer offices, chambers of commerce, entrepreneurs, and early stage and venture capital investors including business angels. The number of attendees is estimated at around 100-120, and selected participants from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo*, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, Ukraine, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Turkey may be eligible for reimbursement of their travel and accommodation expenses.   Apply to participate Attendance to the event is by invitation only. If you wish to participate you are encouraged to submit an expression of ...
... an online survey about research and policy support needs for innovation in South-East Europe. The questionnaire entitled „Assessing research and policy support needs for innovation in the South East Europe“ was distributed to 360 participants in Croatia as well as the other six selected South East European countries (SEE): Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo*, Montenegro and Serbia. The objective of the survey was two-fold: to get the views of the stakeholders on current R&D and innovation policies, and to understand research and policy support needs of innovation stakeholders. These are the key findings based on SmartEIZ Questionnaire report: •   ...
40% ARISE Venture Program - Call for Call 26. Apr. 2018
... Why you should apply The program is looking for strong value propositions from enthusiast entrepreneurs, with an existing prototype or Proof of Concept (PoC) or who are eager to finalize an MVP during an intensive 6 weeks program. Depending on regional edition, Entrepreneurs can be based in Croatia, Slovenia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania, Greece, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.  Only teams who have not yet established their company as a legal entity can apply. The venture program focuses on deep innovation: new deep-tech-leveraged by global solutions requiring consistent human and financial resources to achieve commercialization. The program focuses ...
... a conceptual framework that facilitates the development of such strategies in the Western Balkan countries. The smart specialisation roadmap is on track in the Western Balkans. In Albania, fields of interest to be considered in the draft smart specialisation strategy include information and communication technology services, tourism, and energy. In Bosnia and Herzegovina, the upcoming preparation of a draft smart specialisation strategy will follow the four broad priorities of information and communication technology, food production, energy, and creative industries, while the Republic of Srpska is already in the process of adopting a smart specialisation strategy. In Kosovo, several relevant strategies exist that can ...
... Level Dialogue on the Accession Process to address EU accession requirements June 2015: Entry into force of the Stabilisation and Association Agreement February 2016: Bosnia and Herzegovina submits its application for EU membership September 2016: EU Council invites the European Commission to present an Opinion on the merits of the Bosnia and Herzegovina's EU membership application December 2016: Commissioner Hahn hands over to Bosnia and Herzegovina authorities the Commission's Opinion Questionnaire February 2018: Bosnia and Herzegovina authorities deliver to President Juncker and Commissioner Hahn the answers to the Questionnaire The European Commission adopts its strategy for ‘A credible enlargement perspective for and enhanced EU engagement with the Western Balkans'     More information: Report on Bosnia and Herzegovina: https://ec.europa.eu/neighbourhood-enlargement/sites/near/files ...
... path. BACKGROUND Enlargement process The current enlargement agenda covers the partners of the Western Balkans and Turkey. Accession negotiations have been opened with candidate countries Montenegro (2012), Serbia (2014), Turkey (2005). The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is a candidate country since 2005 and Albania obtained candidate status in 2014. Bosnia and Herzegovina (application to join the EU submitted in February 2016) and Kosovo (Stabilisation and Association Agreement entered into force in April 2016) are potential candidates. For detailed findings and recommendations on each country: Document: Key findings of the 2018 Report on Albania (Enlargement Package) Document: Key findings of the 2018 Report ...
... the Workshop on Automatic Recognition of Academic Qualifications, which elaborately explored possibilities for introduction of model and practices for recognition of academic qualifications in the region based on quality assurance.  Original source More information and contacts: Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) Secretariat Trg Bosne i Hercegovine 1/V 71000 Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina Tel:  +387 33 561 700 Fax:  +387 33 561 701 E-mail:   press@rcc.int     The Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) andthe  Education Reform Initiative of South Eastern Europe (ERI SEE)  have jointly organised the second meeting of the Joint Working Group on ...
Western Balkans Research and Innovation Meeting, Skopje, 21-22 March 2018 AGENDA Wednesday, 21 March 2018 11:30 – 13:00 Networking Lunch & Registration 13:00 – 13:30 Welcome remarks | Opening statements • Ministry of Education and Science • European Commission, DG Research and Innovation • European Commission, Joint Research Centre • Regional Cooperation Council 13:30 – 15:30 Towards Steering Platform meeting 2018 Recent R&I cooperation developments in/with the Western Balkans • FP9, ...
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