Accreditation of the press

Please note that due to limited capacity of the premises registration is possible only until October 10, 2016.

Please note that the organizers are NOT able to provide you with travel and accommodation costs.

Please indicate in the registration form your preferences for particular Sessions (both for Day 1 and Day 2). Each Session will host approximately 20 guests and the organizers will do their best to register you to one particular you have chosen.

Please note that participation could be taken in one Session per day only.


Day 1

Academic Event - Migration, Security and Solidarity within Global Disorder

Special Event: Enlargement Moving beyond Europe's Fatigue and Bilateral Disputes

Session 1: Democracy’s Responses to Populism and Internal Radicalization

Session 2: The Belgrade - Pristina Dialogue and the EU Future

Session 3: Propaganda and Strategic Communications: Experience of EU and Višegrad Countries

Day 2

Welcoming Speech

GRAND OPENING: The Future of Albanian-Serbian Relations and the Stability of South East Europe

SPECIAL EVENT: Ten years on: Serbia, NATO and the Partnership for Peace

Plenary panel 1: The Great Migration of our times? The Balkans piece in the European puzzle

Plenary panel 2: The New European Security Strategy: EU in a global world and its transatlantic partners

Plenary panel 3: Addressing Political instability and Weak Institutions in South East Europe

Session 4: Two-speed cyber security in the Western Balkans?

Session 5: Walking the thin line: democracy and security

Session 6: Europe and the New Silk Road: Opportunities at Home and Beyond

Meeting: Follow Us: Women Promoting Peace and Security

A conversation with Ivan Vejvoda: The German Marshall Fund’s Young Transatlantic Network

Post Paris, Post BREXIT – Perspectives for the Western Balkans

Day 3

Session 7: What Choices for Countries in Between in an Increasingly Divided Europe?

Session 8: Opening Democracy for Citizens: Open Government Partnership

Session 9: Owners and Editors: the Role of Free Speech in Modern Democracy

Plenary panel 4: Will Civil Society Save Democratic Values?

Closing Address