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When it ended with Donald Trump’s victory, 2016 presented less than a clean break with the past, but rather a venture into the unknown. As the old order has been weakened, one thing became certain: no more “business as usual”.
Leaders and movements that have capitalized on popular discontent are intent on offering a new worldview, which may appeal to many. A lot seems to be going their way: inequality has increased since 2008; democracy remains in retreat; many crises unsolved.
On Saturday, January 28, a preparatory meeting for the seventh generation of mentees on the program "Share your knowledge " was held. The aim of the meeting was to present the activities of the program and that the participants can learn about the participation in the program and the concept of mentoring. The meeting was an opportunity for mentees to know each other, and to set their own goals and hear the impressions and experiences from the program alumnas.
On behalf of partner organizations that are organizing the program, a new generation of mentees welcomed Svetlana Stefanović, Program Manager of the European Movement in Serbia, Erika Kuenne, Cultural Attaché at the US Embassy in Serbia and Dragana Ivetić Radić from the OSCE Mission in Serbia.
On 23 January 2017 in Sarajevo, Foreign Policy Initiative BH organized the presentation of Guidelines for Advocacy Strategy for the EU integration of the Western Balkans. The project is supported by the Visegrad Group and German Embassy in Belgrade. Six think tank organizations from the Western Balkans region and countries of the Visegrad group: Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary ans Slovakia worked on drafting of the Strategy.
After the interviews jury have choosen the final list of mentees of the program "Share Your Knowledge Become a Mentor 2016/2017".
The jury consisting of representatives of the organizers (U. S. Embassy in Belgrade, Erste Bank, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and the European Movement in Serbia) had a very difficult task, taking into account the great interest and exceptional quality of all candidates.
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 ...