EFB Community Meeting, Croatia

Deadline: 3 October, 2012
Open to: community members, young leaders, public servants, civil society activists, researchers, policy activists, students, and professionals from all the countries of the Western Balkans
Venue: 11 October, 2012, Zagreb, Croatia

European Fund for the Balkans would like to invite for the EFB Community Meeting, which will be held in Zagreb, 11 th October, 2012. The  Meeting will open the EFB Community Conference.

The meeting will open with welcome speech by Mr. Ivo Josipovic, President of the Republic of Croatia: “European Future of the Western Balkans” and Keynote speech by Mr. Andrew Rasiej, Founder of Personal Democracy Media, USA: “The Power of Networks – How the Internet Enhances Activism”

About The EFB Community Conference

EFB Community Conference  will take place 11 – 14 October in Zagreb. The conference will offer three days of stimulating discussions and the opportunity to share ideas with popular speakers about the current issues in Europe. Modern electronic communication developments and the power of networking will be discussed. The purpose of this event is to help Community members make new contacts that will build stronger and more effective future partnerships in the region.

For five years of intensive work in the Western Balkans and in the European Union, the EFB has developed an extensive network of partners, associates and friends working together for the enhancement and development of their societies. With the aim of giving a firm foundation and support to accomplishing this goal, the EFB has established a Community Programme as a platform for networking, communication, and collaboration. In order to fulfil its commitment to strengthening the cohesion between community members, young leaders, public servants, civil society activists, researchers, policy activists, students, and professionals from all the countries of the Western Balkans, the EFB is organising its first Community Conference in Zagreb.

Location

Thursday, 11 October 2012 from 18.00 to 20.00h
The Museum of Contemporary Art, Ave. Dubrovnik 17, Zagreb

Eligibility

The meeting is open to community members, young leaders, public servants, civil society activists, researchers, policy activists, students, and professionals from all the countries of the Western Balkans

Application

If you want participate in the Community Meeting, please send your confirmation at [email protected] by Wednesday 3 October 2012

Costs

  • There is no participation fee
  • Bus transport will be organised from Belgrade to Zagreb on Thursday morning, 11 October

You can check details here

9 thoughts on “EFB Community Meeting, Croatia

  1. Dear Mladiinfo team,
    The website for the EFB Conference doesn't seem to give any info on the application procedure, and since today is the deadline for applications, do you maybe know something more regarding the procedure, the conditions or the cost?
    Thank you,
    Kind regards,
    Marija Krsteva

    1. Dear Marija, Mladiinfo received this info and request to be published by the organizers, its a invitation only for the EFB Community Meeting,not for the whole conference unfortunately. Its seems the conferences is for selected candidates only.

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