BALKANS: CoE, FROM TOMORROW IN PRISTINA, CONFERENCE ON "CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES"

Cooperation between the players of civil society, freedom of expression and the role of the media in regional cooperation, prospective economic cooperation in the Balkans, organised crime and corruptions are the points on the agenda of the conference called "Challenges and opportunities for the Balkan region", which the School of Political Studies of Pristina (Kosovo) will be organising from tomorrow to 8th November. The Schools of Political Studies supported by the Council of Europe "aim – explains a CoE notice – to train the new generations of political, economic, social and cultural professionals in countries in transition" through "workshops and conferences with national and international experts on European integration, democracy, human rights, the constitutional state and globalisation". Guest speakers at the Pristina conference will include Francois Friederich (CoE); Hedvig Morvi Horvat, executive director of the European Fund for the Balkans, and Renzo Daviddi, director of the European Commission Office to Kosovo. The first School of Political Studies was set up in Moscow in 1992. Currently there are 16 schools of political studies: in Russia, Georgia, Bulgaria, Moldavia, Kosovo/MINUK, Fyrom, Serbia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Croatia, Albania, Romania, Armenia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Montenegro. The "youngest" one was set up in Belarus in January 2008.

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