April 09, 2005

European Summer Institute 2005 (ESI 2005)

The Future of Europe: Lobbying in Brussels

The Prague's Centre for Public Policy (Centrum pro verejnou politiku - CPVP) is honored to invite students to the European Summer Institute, ESI 2005.

Where: Prague, Czech Republic
When: July 31- August 7

Who: The founders of the European Spring/Summer Institute 2004 (ESI2004) have teamed up with the Prague's Centre for Public Policy (Centrum pro verejnou politiku - CPVP) and INstrategy - Institute for European and National Strategies, to organize the third European Summer Institute 2005 (ESI2005).

What is it about: The European Summer Institute 2005 is an eight-day academic program designed to bring together 30 undergraduate and graduate students of various nationalities and academic backgrounds from the USA, Eastern and Western Europe to enjoy their spring holidays in the unique academic and cultural environment.
Why: The aim of the program is to provide students with an exciting opportunity to deepen their own expertise by enhancing the knowledge of the changing EU politics and by exchanging ideas with academics, the EU policy practitioners and fellow students from different cultural environment. The summer program combines intensive academic courses with cultural, social, and recreational opportunities.


Official Website: http://www.esi-prague.org/

April 08, 2005

Balkan Parliament 2005 Sofia

Balkan Parliament 2005 will take place October 12-17, 2005 at the American University in Bulgaria

Simulations and workshops

Application process started on March 15, 2005 and ends on July 15, 2005

It has become a tradition for every session of Balkan Parliament to focus on a set of the most burning issues facing the Balkan region. This year they the simulations will focus on three key areas:
The Next Wave of Accession: who is next in line?
The Social Sector: how to wake up civil society in the Balkans?
The Economy: will the EU money fill in the black holes?

Detailes on: http://bp.aubg.bg/