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June 2005
Round table: “The referendum regarding the European Constitution, France, 29th of May, explanations and conclusions.”
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May 2005
Colloquium “From Signing the Treaty to a Successful Integration in the United Europe”
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April 2005
Conference in Cluj -“The European Integration, countdown for Romania.”

March 2005
Conference «The future of Europe. What kind of Romania in what kind of Europe?»
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October 2004
French - Romanian conference in partnership with the European Movement

September 2004
Ithaka Foundation and the British Council: debate on "Current EU Policy Issues: A UK Perspective", held at the Titulescu Foundation

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Educational Development and Co-operation (EDCO)

EDCO is an independent, not-for-profit, international development consultancy service providing specialized support services to public, private and non-governmental organizations primarily in transition economies.

- promoting knowledge as the key for economic prosperity, peace and sustainable development in the region;

- building networks that facilitate the coordinated impact of development and co-operation;

- supporting efforts that improve the effectiveness of sustainable development and co-operation;

- encouraging innovation and collaboration in maximizing human potential;

- increasing the quality and quantity of private investments in the region.

Contact Details
Educational Development Co-operation (EDCO)
Frances Tsakonas, Managing Director

PO Box 51162 Athens 145 10 Greece
Tel/Fax: +30-10-8035470
E-mail: frances@hol.gr

 

European College for Economics and Management (ECEM)

The college keeps contact with a wide network of business structures and professional business schools in Europe. Together with these organizations there are possibilities for student exchanges and internships within the framework of bilateral agreements and European programs for Academic mobility.

Contact Details:
Dr. Iliana Arabatzani
18 Zadruga Str. 4004 Plovdiv Bulgaria
Tel: +359 32677006
Fax: +359 32672362
E-mail: office@ecem.org

 

Pons-Barig Communication

Françoise PONS, journalist, freelance collaborator of Economic Figaro for the Eastern Europe and for the European Union Enlargement, international political expert for Politique Internationale

Contact Details:
Françoise PONS
121 rue de l'Université Paris 7eme.
Francoise Pons
E-mail: francoise.pons@wanadoo.fr

 

The Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe - SPSEE

The Stability Pact is the first serious attempt by the international community to replace the previous, reactive crisis intervention policy in South Eastern Europe with a comprehensive, long-term conflict prevention strategy. On 10 June 1999, at the EU's initiative, the Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe was adopted in Cologne.

In the founding docu-ment, more than 40 partner countries and organisations undertook to strengthen the countries of South Eastern Europe "in their efforts to foster peace, democracy, respect for human rights and economic prosperity in order to achieve stability in the whole region". Euro-Atlantic integration was promised to all the countries in the region. At a summit meeting in Sarajevo on 30 July 1999, the Pact was reaffirmed.

The idea for the Stability Pact arose in late 1998 and thus predates the Kosovo war. But the NATO intervention undoubtedly acted as a catalyst in strengthening international political will for co-ordinated and preventive action in the region.

The Stability Pact is based on key experiences and lessons from worldwide international crisis management. Conflict prevention and peace building can be successful only if they start in parallel in three key sectors: the creation of a secure environment, the promotion of sustainable democratic systems, and the promotion of economic and social well-being. Only if there is progress in all three sectors can a self-sustaining process of peace be achieved.

Contact Details:
Special Co-ordinator of the Stability Pact for South-Eastern Europe
rue Wiertz 50 B-1050 Brussels Belgium
Telephone: +32 2-401 8700 Fax: +32 2-401 8712
E-mail: scsp@stabilitypact.org

 

 
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