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Title Schools of Political Studies - SUMMER UNIVERSITY 2008 
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Monday, 30 June 2008

09.30
Opening session

Opening by Right Hon Terry DAVIS, Secretary General of the Council of Europe
Mr Filip VUJANOVIC, President of the Republic of Montenegro
Mr Roland RIES, Senator Mayor of Strasbourg
Mr Per SJΦGREN, Permanent Representative of Sweden to the Council of Europe, on behalf of the Chair of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe
Mr Gφran LINDBLAD, Vice-President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Sweden
Mr Bruno GAIN, Permanent Representative of France to the Council of Europe, on behalf of the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union
Ms Meglena KUNEVA, European Commissioner for Consumer Protection, European Commission

Opening lecture by Ms Mary KALDOR, Director of the Centre for the Study of Global Governance, London School of Economics, on “Governance, power and democracy”
12.15 Group photo in front of the Palais
12.30 Lunch at the Restaurant of the European Parliament

14.30-17.30 Working sessions

Working session 1: Governance: a new instrument in politics?

Speakers: Mr Christian SAVES, Deputy Academic Director, Ecole Nationale d’Administration, Strasbourg
Mr Gert-Rόdiger WEGMARSHAUS, Director of EuroCollege, Tartu University
Moderators: Mr Gordan GEORGIEV, Director of the Skopje School of Politics
Mr Armaz AKHVLEDIANI, Director of the Tbilisi School of Political Studies

Workshop 1.1: What function for governance in government?
Workshop 1.2: How to simplify a complex organisation of the state?
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Working session 2: Governance and European integration

Speakers: Mr Pierre DEFRAIGNE, Executive Director of the Madariaga, College of Europe Foundation, Brussels
Mr Nikolay MLADENOV, Member of the European Parliament, Bulgaria
Mr Dimitar BECHEV, Lecturer, European Studies Centre, St Anthony’s College, University of Oxford
Moderators: Mr Armen ZAKARYAN, Director of the Yerevan School of Political Studies
Ms Svetlana LOMEVA, Director of the Bulgarian School of Politics

Workshop 2.1: From national governments to EU governance: which powers should be given to supranational authorities?
Workshop 2.2: Reforms for implementing good governance at EU level



Monday, 30 June 2008

Working session 3: Governance and democracy are they compatible?

Speakers: Ms Antonella VALMORBIDA, Director of the Association of the Local Democracy Agencies, Vicenza
Mr Harald WYDRA, Lecturer in Russian and Eastern European Politics, University of Cambridge
Mr Michel MULLER, Representative of the INGO Service, Conference of INGOs, Council of Europe

Moderators: Mr Serguei PANKOVSKI, Director of the East European School of Political Science, Minsk
Mr Ilgar MAMMADOV, Director of the Baku Political Studies Programme

Workshop 3.1: Is democratic government preserved in governance? Or is good governance good for democracy?
Workshop 3.2: How can governance be legitimate?
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Working session 4: Governance and the interaction of public and private actors

Speakers: Ms Elisabeth LULIN, President of the Institut Aspen France, Lyon
Mr Alexander SEGER, Head of the Economic Crime Division, Directorate General of Human Rights and Legal Affairs, Council of Europe

Moderators: Ms Anne JUGANARU, Director of the “Ovidiu Şincai” European School, Bucharest
Mr Viorel CIBOTARU, Director of the European Institute fot Political Studies of Moldova

Workshop 4.1: New public management: are private actors good for public sector management?
Workshop 4.2: Government bodies, political parties and private lobbyists: implications for society

16.30-17.30 Presentation of the workshop conclusions
19.30 Reception offered by the Secretary General of the Council of Europe
Palais Universitaire



Tuesday, 1 July 2008


09.30-12.00 Conferences

Conference I “Media, power and democracy”
Chair: Mr Andrew McINTOSH, Member of the House of Lords and Rapporteur on Media Freedom of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe
Speakers : Mr Veran MATIC, Chief Executive Officer of B92, Belgrade
Mr Veton SURROI, political analyst and editor of “Koha Ditore”, Pristina
Mr Zarko PUHOVSKI, Lecturer, University of Zagreb
Mr Daniel RIOT, Director of the “RELATIO-europe” webzine, Strasbourg
Mr Jack HANNING, former Director of External Relations, Council of Europe, Representative of the European Movement International to the Council of Europe
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Conference II “Europe and its neighbours”
Chair: Mr Franηois-Gilles LE THEULE, Director of the Centre for European Studies of the Ecole Nationale d’Administration, Strasbourg
Speakers : The Right Honourable Kim CAMPBELL, former Prime Minister of Canada
Mr Hans-Peter FURRER, former Director General of Political Affairs of the Council of Europe
Ms Anna-Carin KROKSTADE, Directorate General for External Relations, European Commission

12.30 Lunch at the Restaurant of the European Parliament

14.30-17.30 Regional meetings between the Schools of :

• Belgrade, Podgorica, Pristina, Sarajevo, Skopje and Zagreb
Speakers: Mr Blagoj ZASOV, Ambassador, State Counsellor, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Skopje
Mr Veton SURROI, political analyst and editor of “Koha Ditore”, Pristina
Mr Hido BISCEVIC, Secretary General of the Regional Co-operation Council for South-East Europe, Sarajevo
Ms Hedvig HORVAT, Director of the European Fund for the Balkans, Belgrade
Moderator: Ms Sonja LICHT, Director of the Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence
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• Moscow and Tbilisi
Speakers: Mr Alexander ARHANGELSKIY, Author and presenter of the Russian television show “Tem Vremenem”, Moscow
Mr Alexei MAKARKIN, Vice-President of the Centre of Political Technologies, Moscow
Mr Revaz ADAMIA, former Vice-President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe
Moderators: Ms Elena NEMIROVSKAYA, Director of the Moscow School of Political Studies
Mr Armaz AKHVLEDIANI, Director of the Tbilisi School of Political Studies


Tuesday, 1 July 2008


14.30-17.30 Meetings of the Schools of:

• Minsk
Council of Europe’s programmes for Belarus
Speakers: Mr Daniil KHOCHABO, Head of Division, Directorate General of Democracy and Political Affairs, Council of Europe
Mr Plamen NIKOLOV, Civil Society/NGO Division, Directorate General of Democracy and Political Affairs, Council of Europe
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• Sofia
European integration and the frontier of national sovereignty
Speaker: Mr Julian POPOV, Chairman of the Board of the Bulgarian School of Politics

• Baku
European values and European integration
Speaker: Mr Olivier VEDRINE, Professor at the Schiller International University, Paris
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• Bucharest
The role of mass media in a democratic society
Speaker: Mr Malcolm DEAN, Fellow at Nuffield College, University of Oxford
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• Chisinau
The European perspectives of the Republic of Moldova
Speaker: Mr Nicolae CHIRTOACA, Ambassador of the Republic of Moldova to the United States of America, Washington DC
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• Kyiv
European Energy Charter and energy security challenges
Speaker: Mr Philippe SEBILLE-LOPEZ, Researcher, French Institute of Geopolitics, University of Paris VIII

14.30-17.30 Visit to the European Court of Human Rights for the Schools of:

See Appendix Baku, Bucharest, Chisinau, Kyiv, Tirana and Yerevan

Evening Free or reception offered by Permanent Representations


Wednesday, 2 July 2008

09.30-12.00 Round Table

Round table on “Governance and globalisation”

Chair: Mr Bernard BOUCAULT, Executive Director of the Ecole Nationale d’Administration, Strasbourg

Speakers: Mr Egor GAYDAR, former Prime Minister of the Russian Federation
Mr Lars KOLTE, Chairman of the Governing Board, Council of Europe Development Bank, Paris
Ms Aiko DODEN, journalist, NHK TV, Tokyo
Mr Steven EKOVICH, Professor at the American University of Paris

12.30 Lunch at the Restaurant of the European Parliament

14.30-17.30 Regional meetings between the Schools of:

• Baku and Yerevan

Speakers: Mr Karen BEKARYAN, Chairman of the “European Integration” NGO, Yerevan
Mr Rauf MIRGADIROV, political analyst, “Zerkalo” newspaper, Baku

Moderators: Mr Ilgar MAMMADOV, Director of the Baku Political Studies Programme
Mr Armen ZAKARYAN, Director of the Yerevan School of Political Studies
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• Bucharest, Chisinau and Kyiv

Speakers: Mr Nicolae CHIRTOACA, Ambassador of the Republic of Moldova to the United States of America, Washington DC
Mr Taras CHORNOVIL, First Deputy Head of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, Kyiv
Mr Iulian CHIFU, Centre for Conflict Prevention and Early Warning, Bucharest

Moderators: Mr Viorel CIBOTARU, Director of the European Institute for Political Studies of Moldova
Mr Ihor KOHUT, Director of the Ukrainian School of Political Studies
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• Pristina, Skopje and Tirana

Speakers: Mr Shpend AHMETI, Executive Director, Institute for Advanced Studies, Pristina
Mr Ermal HASIMJA, European University of Tirana

Moderator: Ms Leonora KRYEZIU, Director of the Pristina Institute for Political
Studies
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• Belgrade and Podgorica

Moderators: Ms Sonja LICHT, Director of the Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence
Mr Boris RAONIC, Director of the School of Democratic Leadership, Podgorica


Wednesday, 2 July 2008

14.30-16.00

• Minsk and Moscow

Speakers: Mr Stanislau SHUSHKEVICH, former Head of State of Belarus, Minsk
Mr Egor GAYDAR, former Prime Minister of the Russian Federation

Moderators: Ms Elena NEMIROVSKAYA, Director of the Moscow School of Political Studies
Mr Serguei PANKOVSKI, Director of the East European School of Political Science, Minsk

14.30-17.30 Visit to the European Court of Human Rights for the Schools of :
See Appendix Minsk, Moscow, Sarajevo, Sofia, Tbilisi and Zagreb

Evening Reception offered by the City of Strasbourg
Pavillon Josιphine, Parc de l’Orangerie


Thursday, 3 July 2008


09.00-12.00 Working sessions

Working session 5: Governance, representative systems and the rule of law
Speakers: Ms Violaine de VILLEMEUR, Deputy Director of the Democratic Governance Division, French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs
Mr Giovanni DI STASI, Head of the Centre of Expertise for Local Government Reform, Directorate General of Democracy and Political Affairs, Council of Europe
Moderators: Ms Leonora KRYEZIU, Director of the Pristina Institute for Political Studies
Mr Boris RAONIC, Director of the School of Democratic Leadership, Podgorica
Workshop 5.1: Does governance create a more participative decision-making process?
Workshop 5.2: Governance and the rule of law: better law-making?
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Working session 6: Governance and economic power
Speakers: Mr Ante CICIN-SAIN, former Governor of the Central Bank, Zagreb
Mr Shpend AHMETI, Executive Director, Institute for Advanced Studies, Pristina
Moderators: Mr Olsi DEKOVI, Director of the Albanian School of Political Studies
Ms Nevena CRLJENKO, Director of the Academy for Political Development, Zagreb
Workshop 6.1: The economy under governance: prospects for economic development
Workshop 6.2: The impact of corporate governance: what is left of political rule?
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Working session 7: Good governance, cause or effect of the crisis of politics?
Speakers: Mr Ivan VEJVODA, Executive Director of the “Balkan Trust for Democracy”, Belgrade
Mr Jean HOWILLER, Chief of cabinet of the President of the Conseil Gιnιral du Bas-Rhin, Strasbourg
Moderators: Ms Elena NEMIROVSKAYA, Director of the Moscow School of Political Studies
Ms Sonja LICHT, Director of the Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence
Workshop 7.1: Is good governance the cause or an effect of the crisis of politics?
Workshop 7.2: Can it be a solution to the crisis of politics?
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Working session 8: From good governance to good government

Speakers: Mr Wendelin ETTMAYER, Permanent Representative of Austria to the Council of Europe
Mr Frank PROCHASKA, Lecturer, Colorado Technical University
Mr Owen MASTERS, former Member of the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe



Thursday, 3 July 2008



Moderators: Mr Ihor KOHUT, Director of the Ukrainian School of Political Studies
Mr Zdravko GREBO, Director of the Academy for Political Excellence, Sarajevo

Workshop 8.1: How can democratic government and institutions be reinforced?
Workshop 8.2: Post-democracy or improved democracy?

11.00-12.00 Presentation of the workshop conclusions

12.30 Lunch at the Restaurant of the European Parliament

14.30-17.30 Regional meetings between the Schools of:

• Sarajevo and Zagreb

Moderators: Ms Nevena CRLJENKO, Director of the Academy for Political
Development, Zagreb
Mr Zdravko GREBO, Director of the Academy for Political Excellence, Sarajevo
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• Baku, Bucharest, Chisinau, Kyiv, Minsk, Moscow, Sofia, Tbilisi,
and Yerevan
Group 1 : Economic and energy issues in the Black Sea region
Speakers: Mr Pekka HUHTANIEMI, Under-Secretary of State, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Finland
Mr Ognyan MINCHEV, Director of the Institute for Regional and International Studies, Sofia
Mr Nika CHITADZE, Associated Professor, Tbilisi Ilia Chavchavadze University
Mr Vladimir SOCOR, Senior Fellow, Jamestown Foundation, Washington DC

Moderator: Mr Ihor KOHUT, Director of the Ukrainian School of Political Studies

Group 2 : The political context of Black Sea regional co-operation
Speakers: Mr Yavuz MILDON, President of the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe
Mr Stanislau SHUSHKEVICH, former Head of State of Belarus, Minsk
Mr Karen BEKARYAN, Chairman of the “European Integration” NGO, Yerevan
Mr Rauf MIRGADIROV, political analyst, “Zerkalo” newspaper, Baku
Mr Iulian CHIFU, Centre for Conflict Prevention and Early Warning, Bucharest

Moderator: Mr Julian POPOV, Chairman of the Board of the Bulgarian School of Politics


Thursday, 3 July 2008


14.30-18.00 Meetings of the Schools of:

• Tirana
Role and efectiveness of public administration
Speaker: Mr Christian SAVES, Deputy Academic Director, Ecole Nationale d’Administration, Strasbourg
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• Pristina
Civil society and democratisation
Speaker: Ms Jutta GUTZKOW, Head of Civil Society/NGO Division, Directorate General of Democracy and Political Affairs, Council of Europe
14.30-17.30 Visit to the European Court of Human Rights for the Schools of :
See Appendix Belgrade, Podgorica, Pristina and Skopje
Evening Free or reception offered by Permanent Representations




Friday, 4 July 2008

09.30-12.00
Hemicycle Closing Session

Mr Jean-Paul COSTA, President of the European Court of Human Rights, Council of Europe
Mr Andreas GROSS, Vice-President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Chairman of the Committee on Rules of Procedures and Immunities, Switzerland
Presentation of conclusions by the Rapporteurs of working sessions
Presentation and adoption of the Final Declaration
Award of certificates to participants
Official launching of the European Association of the Schools of Political Studies by Ms Catherine LALUMIERE, former Secretary General of the Council of Europe
Closing remarks by Right Hon Terry DAVIS, Secretary General of the Council of Europe

Afternoon Free
19.30 Garden party
Jardin des Deux Rives
 
Status Completed 
Date 30/06/2008 - 04/07/2008 
Location Strasbourg, France
Countries CoE Members: Albania / Armenia / Georgia / Republic of Moldova / Russian Federation / ''the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia''
Others: Belarus / Kosovo*
  Multilateral
  Joint Programme Activity - NSPS II
Joint Programme EC/CoE
JP NSPS II - Network of Schools of Political Studies - EIDHR    (Logframe)  (Activities)
Project Purpose 1 - 2006/DGDPA/JP/1706   NSPS 2 - Network of Schools of Political Studies
Expected Result 1.1 - Young leaders coming from political, economic, social and cultural sectors in Albania, Armenia, G... Young leaders coming from political, economic, social and cultural sectors in Albania, Armenia, Georgia, Kosovo/UNMIK, “the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia”, Moldova and the Russian Federation are provided with high-level training with respect to pluralistic democracy, human rights and the rule of law.
 PoA
Council of Europe Programme of Activities
I – Democracy and Good Governance
Line of Action ⇒ III.1 – Democracy and Good Governance
Programme ☆ III.1.3  Strengthening the role of civil society in a pluralist democracy
Project 2004/DGDPA/124 Network of Schools of Political Studies
Expected Result 3 The programme's visibility is increased

Working Method

Organisation of meetings - Seminar 
Directorate Democracy and Political Affairs 
CoE Contact FRIEDERICH, FRANCOIS   email
Last Modified 18/08/2008 


Activity Synopsis (ID# 21959) (Hide Synopsis)

Objective(s) Since their foundation, each of the schools of political studies has attended closing seminars in Strasbourg which focus mainly on learning about the European institutions. In 2005, 8 seminars at the Council of Europe were attended by about 400 participants. The seminar programmes are prepared by the Directorate General of Political Affairs, in close collaboration with partners in the European Public Administration Centre (PEAP) set in place by the French Government, namely the ENA, the Robert Schuman University, the Institut d’Etudes Politiques, the Centre des ιtudes europιennes de Strasbourg, the Euro Institut, the City of Strasbourg, the Conseil gιnιral du Bas-Rhin and the Conseil Rιgional d’Alsace.


In 2006, in order to increase the visibility of the programme and forge stronger ties between participants from the different schools, the closing seminars for all the schools will be merged into a single grand event, the Summer University for Democracy, from 10 to 14 July.


 
Output/Results
Conclusions/Follow Up
Participants
Consultants/Experts Revaz ADAMIA, former Vice-President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe
Shpend AHMETI, Executive Director, Institute for Advanced Studies, Pristina
Alexander ARHANGELSKIY, Author and presenter of the Russian television show “Tem Vremenem”, Moscow
Dimitar BECHEV, Lecturer, European Studies Centre, St Anthony’s College, University of Oxford
Karen BEKARYAN, Chairman of the “European Integration” NGO, Yerevan
Hido BISCEVIC, Secretary General of Regional Co-operation Council for South-East Europe, Sarajevo
Bernard BOUCAULT, Executive Director of the Ecole Nationale d’Administration, Strasbourg
Kim CAMPBELL, former Prime Minister of Canada
Iulian CHIFU, Centre for Conflict Prevention and Early Warning, Bucharest
Nicolae CHIRTOACA, Ambassador of the Republic of Moldova to the United States of America, Washington DC
Nika CHITADZE, Associated Professor, Tbilisi Ilia Chavchavadze University
Taras CHORNOVIL, First Deputy Head of Commifttee on Foreign Affairs of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, Kyiv
Ante CICIN-SAIN, former Governor of the Central Bank, Zagreb
Jean-Paul COSTA, President of the European Court of Human Rights, Council of Europe
Terry DAVIS, Secretary General of the Council of Europe
Malcolm DEAN, Fellow at Nuffield College, University of Oxford
Pierre DEFRAIGNE, Executive Director of the Madariaga, College of Europe Foundation, Brussels
Giovanni DI STASI, Head of the Centre of Expertise for Local Government Reform, Directorate General of Democracy and Political Affairs, Council of Europe
Aiko DODEN, journalist, NHK TV, Tokyo
Steven EKOVICH, Associate Professor at the American University of Paris
Wendelin ETTMAYER, Permanent Representative of Austria to the Council of Europe
Hans-Peter FURRER, former Director General of Political Affairs of the Council of Europe
Bruno GAIN, Permanent Representative of France to the Council of Europe
Egor GAYDAR, former Prime Minister of the Russian Federation
Andreas GROSS, Vice-President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Chairman of the Committee on Rules of Procedures and Immunities, Switzerland
Jutta GUTZKOW, Head of Civil Society/NGO Division, Directorate General of Democracy and Political Affairs, Council of Europe
Jack HANNING, former Director of External Relations, Council of Europe, Representative of the European Movement International to the Council of Europe
Ermal HASIMJA, European University of Tirana
Hedvig HORVAT, Director of the European Fund for the Balkans, Belgrade
Jean HOWILLER, Chief of cabinet of the President of the Conseil Gιnιral du Bas-Rhin, Strasbourg
Pekka HUHTANIEMI, Under-Secretary of State, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Helsinki
Mary KALDOR, Director of the Centre for the Study of Global Governance, London School of Economics, on “Governance, power and democracy”
Daniil KHOCHABO, Head of Division, Directorate General of Democracy and Political Affairs, Council of Europe
Lars KOLTE, Chairman of the Governing Board, Council of Europe Development Bank, Paris
Anna-Carin KROKSTADE, Directorate General for External Relations, European Commission
Meglena KUNEVA, European Commissioner for Consumer Protection, European Commission
Catherine LALUMIERE, former Secretary General of the Council of Europe
Franηois-Gilles LE THEULE, Director of the Centre for European Studies of the Ecole Nationale d’Administration, Strasbourg
Gφran LINDBLAD, Vice-President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Sweden
Elisabeth LULIN, President of the Institut Aspen France, Lyon
Alexei MAKARKIN, Vice-President of the Centre of Political Technologies, Moscow
Owen MASTERS, former Member of the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe
Veran MATIC, Chief Executive Officer of B92, Belgrade
Andrew McINTOSH, Member of the House of Lords and Rapporteur on Media Freedom of PACE, Council of Europe
Yavuz MILDON, President of the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe
Ognyan MINCHEV, Director of the Institute for Regional and International Studies, Sofia
Rauf MIRGADIROV, political analyst, “Zerkalo” newspaper, Baku
Nikolay MLADENOV, Member of the European Parliament, Bulgaria
Michel MULLER, Representative of the INGO Service, Conference of INGOs, Council of Europe, Switzerland
Plamen NIKOLOV, Civil Society/NGO Division, Directorate General of Democracy and Political Affairs, Council of Europe
Julian POPOV, Chairman of the Board of the Bulgarian School of Politics, Sofia
Frank PROCHASKA, Lecturer, Colorado Technical University, Colorado
Zarko PUHOVSKI, Lecturer, University of Zagreb
Roland RIES, Senator Mayor of Strasbourg
Daniel RIOT, Director of the “RELATIO-europe” webzine, Strasbourg
Christian SAVES, Deputy Academic Director, Ecole Nationale d’Administration, Strasbourg
Philippe SEBILLE-LOPEZ, Researcher, French Institute of Geopolitics, University of Paris VIII
Alexander SEGER, Head of the Economic Crime Division, Directorate General of Human Rights and Legal Affairs, Council of Europe, Strasbourg
Stanislau SHUSHKEVICH, former Head of state of Belarus, Minsk
Per SJΦGREN, Permanent Representative of Sweden to the Council of Europe
Vladimir SOCOR, Senior Fellow, Jamestown Foundation, Washington DC
Veton SURROI, political analyst and editor of “Koha Ditore”, Pristina
Antonella VALMORBIDA, Director of the Association of the Local Democracy Agencies, Vicenza
Olivier VEDRINE, Professor at the Schiller International University, Paris
Ivan VEJVODA, Executive Director of the “Balkan Trust for Democracy”, Belgrade
Violaine de VILLEMEUR, Deputy Director of the Democratic Governance Division, French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs
Filip VUJANOVIC, President of the Republic of Montenegro
Gert-Rόdiger WEGMARSHAUS, Director of EuroCollege, Tartu University, Tartu
Harald WYDRA, Lecturer in Russian and Eastern European Politics, University of Cambridge
Blagoj ZASOV, Ambassador, State Counsellor, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Skopje
 
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Total No. Participants 650 
Last Modified

18/08/2008 




 
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