Párbeszéd és konfliktusok a Földközi tenger térségében – konferencia az Anna Lindh Alapítvány szervezésében

Helyszín: Nemzeti Közszolgálati Egyetem, Zrínyi terem, 1083 Budapest, Ludovika tér 2.

Időpont: 2018. március 23.

IV. Dialogue and Conflicts in the Euro-Mediterranean region

The conference is organised by the National University of Public Service and the Anna Lindh Foundation Hungarian Network
23 March 2018, 9.00-13.00

National University of Public Service, Zrínyi room

Welcome Address:
Dr. habil. Boglárka Koller, NUPS, Faculty of international and European Studies dean
HE Ulyana Bogdanska, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Bulgaria to Hungary

Chiar: Dr. habil. Anna Molnár associate professor, NUPS

Dr. Viktor Milanov, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
The priorities of the Bulgarian presidency regarding the Western Balkans

Dr. habil. Erzsébet N. Rózsa, associate professor, NUPS
Hungary and the Arab Spring

Dr. Justyna Zając, prof. UW – University of Warsaw
Poland’s Approach to the EU’s Mediterranean Policy

Q&A Session

11.40-12.00 coffee break

Chiar: Dr. habil. Anna Molnár associate professor, NUPS

MMag. Sherin Gharib Research Fellow oiip – Austrian Institute for International Lecturer Vienna University of Economics and Business
After the Arab-Spring is before the Arab-Spring – the EU’s role in Egypt and Tunisia

Dr. Maryna Vorotnyuk, Researcher Center for European Neighborhood Studies, CEU
Turkey-EU Relations from the Security Standpoint: Any Chance for Convergence

Egeresi Zoltán: Research Fellow, NUPS
Turkey and the Mediterranean region

Özge Memisoglu, PhD student, NUPS
Human rights and Turkish accession to the EU
Q&A Session

Closing remarks: Orsolya Komlósi, Head of Anna Lindh Foundation Hungarian Network

The event is free of charge but registration is required.
Please register on the link below: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1BxlPneCBRqnVhNGhgiH11CzGAfi8RaMOE0H0UYdv-vY/viewform?edit_requested=true

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