Conference “From Paris to Rome – ​the Albanian perspective on regional cooperation process”

Launch of the regional policy brief “A mapping and comparative assessment of the Youth Organizations in the Western Balkans”
October 14, 2016
Roundtable – “Youth in neglected regions – does youth on the country-side have a chance?”
November 2, 2016

The two-day Conference “From Paris to Rome- the Albanian perspective on regional cooperation process”​ started today in Tirana in the framework of the Berlin Process Series. This Conference is organized by ShtetiWeb / Cooperation and Development Institute in collaboration with its German partners Friedrich Ebert Foundation Tirana, Konrad Adenauer Foundation and Hanns Seidel Foundation.

The Conference aims to ​provide a discussion platform on the progress ​achieved by Albania and the region ​within the Berlin Process. ​Experts and r​epresentatives from political, economic and civil society from six Balkan countries were invited to discuss together on the objectives and perspectives of the political and economic cooperation in the region.​ ​​The conference was greeted by the Minister of European Integration, Mrs. Klajda Gjosha and the German, Italian, Austrian and French Ambassadors​ in Albania​.

​The second day of the Conference will focus on three dimensions of the Berlin Process: Connectivity through the novelties of Digital Market and of Value Chain, ​Western Balkans as a Source of Migratory Flux: Albanian case and Youth Cooperation – Road to RYCO.

For further information, ​you may consult the Agenda​ of the Conference​ and the ​Non Paper “The strategic importance of Berlin Process for the Western Balkans: A view from Albania”​ ​prepared by ShtetiWeb team for the Conference’s work preparation. The full Report on the Albanian progress in the Berlin Process and the respective recommendations to the n​ext​ Summit ​of Trieste​ in 2017, ​will be soon published​. The publication will include the experts’ speeches ​and talking points contributed to this Conference.

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