The deadline for submitting application is November 23, 2023
We invite you to apply for the POLITEIA Thematic Session „Green Agenda and Policy Making in the Western Balkans“ that will take place November 27-29, 2023, in Hotel Moxy, Belgrade, Serbia.
The aim of the Session is to provide the young participants with an in-depth understanding of the current public policies and other documents related to the implementation of the Green Agenda in the Western Balkans in the context of the EU integration process. Participants will also be introduced to the policy making process and policy document structure in general. For more information please see the Detailed Agenda of the event.
The POLITEIA Thematic Session „Green Agenda and Policy Making in the Western Balkans“ will be followed by one mentoring day where the participants will be able to work with the mentor and practice the gained knowledge on preparing and analysing policy documents related to this field.
Participation in the POLITEIA Thematic Session is open to representatives of young organizations, young activists, policy makers and young people from political parties from Serbia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo* and North Macedonia (older than 18 years).
The deadline for submitting application is November 23, 2023.
Please kindly note that participation in the POLITEIA Thematic Session is free of charge! The organizer is covering accommodation, food and travel costs.
English will be the working language.
The POLITEIA Thematic Session is organized as a part of a three-year “Regional Youth Dialogue for Europe – RYDE” Project funded by the European Union.
The Regional Youth Dialogue for Europe Project is implementing by the Center for Democracy Foundation (CDF), Belgrade (as project coordinator) and partner organizations: Academy of European Integration and Negotiations from Tirana (AIEN); Kosovo Stability Initiative from Pristina (IKS); Association Network of Progressive Initiatives from Sarajevo (NPI); NGO Info Center from Skopje (NGO IC); Regional Academy for Democratic Development from Novi Sad (ADD); Youth Act Center from Tirana (YA). The project is funded by the European Union.