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Social, Political and Economic Change in the Western Balkans

The main objectives of the conference were:

1. To provide opportunities for researchers dealing with the region to meet, network, exchange and discuss their research projects and results;

2. To discuss the challenges, contradictions and ambivalences in the transformation process of the social sciences field within the Balkans;

3. To discuss potential areas that may be addressed to more effectively influence policy development with the aid of scientific research results.

Venue:
24-26 May 2013
Hotel HolidayInn
Belgrade
Serbia

For more information please click rrpp-westernbalkans.net

Social, Political and Economic Change in the Western Balkans

The objectives of the conference were three-fold:

1. To provide opportunities for researchers handling the region to present and discuss their research projects and papers, as well as to create networking opportunities and an environment supporting exchange of ideas with the intention of fostering further cooperation within the region and beyond;

2. To improve international publishing opportunities for researchers from and dealing with the region (a special workshop on “academic writing and publishing” shall be offered as part of the conference);

3. To discuss the current political situation in the region-this year will emphasize the state of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Venue:
Hotel HOLIDAY INN
Zmaja od Bosne 4
Sarajevo
Bosnia Herzegovina.

For more information please click rrpp-westernbalkans.net

Social, Political and Economic Change in the Western Balkans

The RRPP organized its third annual RRPP Scientific Conference on 25-26 May, 2011 in Montenegro. The conference brought together researchers from RRPP-funded research projects and researchers from the Western Balkans and abroad.

The event provided a unique opportunity for young scholars doing research on the Western Balkans to network as well as exchange and discuss their research projects, results and ideas. They also had the opportunity to discuss the social, political and economic changes in the Western Balans. Participants were divided into eight thematic workshops conducted by two experienced experts.

All participants heard a series of keynote speeches given by renowned experts on the Western Balkas, such as Tim Judah, Vesna Bojičić-Dželilović and Adam Fagan as well as a speech by Montenegros Minister of Science, Sanja Vlahovic.

For more information please click rrpp-westernbalkans.net