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Beyond Enlargement - The Wider Europe and the New Neighbourhood

Beyond Enlargement - The Wider Europe and the New Neighbourhood

COURSE: Annual summer school organised by the "Europe and the Balkans International Network - Centre for Eastern European and Balkan Studies", established by the University of Bologna. For post-graduate students from Eastern Europe and from the European Union.

2-15 September 2012 | Cervia, Italy


The aim of the summer school is to help participants learn about democratic developments, human rights, sustainable development, green economy and European integration.

The courses are particularly designed for participants belonging to CSOs / NGOs from the Western Balkans. The 2012 edition of the school will offer an arena for exchange of experiences as well as tools for strengthening the actions of activists in the Central and SEE Region, for fighting against discrimination, within the broader framework of Diversity Management, and spreading a new sense of economic development, with a special reference to Green Economy and Sustainable growth.

Thanks to the support of the European Commission and the Central European Initiative, scholarships are available for CSOs representatives who are citizens of the following countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Kosovo, and Turkey.

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09.05.2016
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