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Forum of European Integration Schools: PANEL DISCUSSION WESTERN BALKANS AND PROCESS OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION
Mr Osman Topcagic
Director of the Directorate for the European Integration, Council of Ministers, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Dr Gordana Djurovic
Minister for Foreign Economic Relations and European Integration
Guest/panelist: Mr Henrik H. Kroner, Secretary General of the International European Movement, Brussels
Centre for Civic Education, Centre for Development of non-governmental organisations and European Movement in Montenegro with the support of the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Serbia and Montenegro, published an announcement on 25 April 2006, regarding a study visit to EU, within the “Learn about EU personally” project.
The earnestness of the wish of Montenegrin citizens to learn about EU is best illustrated by the fact, in the span of some 16 days, 142 candidates applied. Out of that number there are 54.22% women and 45, 77% men. As for their level of education, among the applicants are 5 PhDs, 7 people with Masters’ degrees, 97 with Bachelor degrees, 2 with a completed high school education, 3 high school pupils and 28 students.
Centre for Civic Education (CCE), Centre for Development of non-governmental organisations (CDNGO) and European Movement in Montenegro (EMiM) with the support of Royal Norwegian Embassy in Serbia and Montenegro, are publicizing an ADVERTISEMENT for the participation at the
STUDY VISIT TO THE EU
The study visit is a part of the programme „Learn about the EU personnally“, and it includes visit a few days visit to Brussels as the headquarter of the main EU institutions. During that period, programme participants will be able to visit main institutions of the EU and familiarise themselves with the organisation, functioning and desicision making process within these institutions, as well as of EU in general, through contacts with the institutions’ representatives.