Digital Agenda for the Balkans

The Digital Agenda for the Western Balkans aims to support the transition of the region into a digital economy and bring the benefits of the digital transformation, such as faster economic growth, more jobs, and better services.

In 2018, the Commission together with Ministers from six Western Balkan partners - Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia – committed to:

  • Investing in broadband connectivity
  • Increasing cybersecurity, trust and digitalisation of industry
  • Strengthening the digital economy and society
  • Boosting research and innovation

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Events

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Calls

  • 1st Western Balkans Balkathon

    Smarten up for the future - RCC is organising the first regional online Balkathon seeking innovative solutions in Smart Tourism, Digital Learning Platform and Online Payments Solution

  • CfP and Call for special session proposals: SMARTER Conference

    Conference on Smart Specialisation and Territorial Development: Connecting grand societal challenges with local goals in place-based innovation policy.

  • STARTUP3 Open Call

    STARTUP3 Business and Growth Programme aims to build an ecosystem where cluster SMEs, technology SMEs, market-oriented researchers, deep tech ventures, individual innovators/researchers with innovative...

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Documents

  • European broadband funding for the Western Balkans

    The European Union has made available several funding and technical assistance instruments for the design and implementation of broadband programmes and projects in the Western Balkans. This guide ...

  • European Cultural and Creative Cities in COVID-19 times

    Empty cultural places, drastically reduced mobility and tourism blockade as an effect of COVID-19 confinement measures not only generate an evident economic damage to cultural institutions, companies ...

  • Balkan Barometer 2020

    Balkan Barometer is an annual survey of public opinion and business sentiments in six Western Balkans economies, commissioned by the Regional Cooperation Council.  It is examining aspirations and...

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Links

  • European Network for Women in Digital

    The European Network for Women in Digital aims to promote greater participation of girls and women in digital studies and careers across the EU. Connecting organisations that work to combat gender stereotypes...

  • 7th edition of EU Code Week - results

    The 7th edition of EU Code Week set a new record in the number of activities organised in Europe and beyond. Find out more at this link.

  • Digital Assembly 2018

    The Digital Assembly 2018 took place on 25 and 26 June in Sofia, Bulgaria. The event is co-organised by the European Commission and the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union. This...

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