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Forum for International Relations and Network of the European Movement in Serbia, organized a public debate in Kikinda on Tuesday, June 14, 2016, on the topic “Cross Border Cooperation - How to Better Use IPA Funds." The public debate was organized within the project "Forum hosted" in partnership with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation and brought together representatives of local institutions, business, civil society, academia and others.
Speaker in the debate were Ivan Knežević, Deputy Secretary General of the European Movement in Serbia, Gordana Lazarević, an independent consultant and member of the Forum for International Relations and Kristina Ašković, Head of the Department of Cross-border and Transnational Cooperation with EU Member States, the Office for European Integration of the Republic of Serbia while the moderator was Dusan Vrućinić, the European movement in Serbia – Kikinda.
On Saturday 4th of June 2016., as a part of the program Share your knowledge become a mentor, the third workshop about the communications and public appearance was held. Workshop was managed by Ms. Jelena Vasilev from the communication sector and Ms. Andrea Brbaklić, director of the sector of communications and human resources in Erste bank.
European Movement of Serbia, in cooperation with the Robert Bosh Foundation as well as the Balkan Fund for Democracy, has organized the project “Traveling to Europe”. The project, started in 2005, has given 1410 Serbian students the opportunity to explore Europe for the first time. Students get to see the most beautiful European cities and also become acquainted with European culture and values first-hand.
Forum for International Relations of the European Movement in Serbia and Fridrich Ebert Foundation organized the international conference “Serbia and Albania – Towards European Future” in Belgrade on 17th of May, 2016. The conference gathered around 100 representatives from state institutions, regional organizations, diplomatic corps, civil society, media, as well as interested public.
The Forum for International Relations was founded in 1992, originally named the Civic Alliance of Serbia’s Commission for International Relations, it took its present name as an independent body within the framework of the European Movement in Serbia in 1995. The Forum has been continuously active to date ...
Economic and Business Forum was established in November 2011. The new program as a body of the European Movement in Serbia with the aim of addressing the problems and propose necessary actions in the economic policy of Serbia, in order to improve the economic and business environment and accelerate the integration of Serbia into the European Union ...
The Research Forum (ReF) represent a new permanent program body of European Movement in Serbia and functional mechanism for involvement of independent experts, members and close associates of EMinS in research-analytical work and process of advocacy for alternative public policy papers. Research Forum conducts comprehensive and thorough researches and analyses of actual situation in the reform process in concrete fields are conducted and produce alternative public policy proposals for effective and efficient reform in all relevant areas ...