APPLY NOW WEBINAR The future is now: Modern diplomacy for the 21st century [18 January 2022]

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Are you a young politician interested in international relations and especially diplomacy? Do you consider becoming a diplomat or are just interested in getting some insights about the profession that has been mystified in the past because of its secrecy, exclusiveness and danger? Do you question the need for diplomats in the 21st century?

In case your answer to some or at least one of these questions is YES, take this unique opportunity and sign up for an interactive online workshop organized especially for you, young politically active leaders who wish to learn more about diplomacy as a profession!

PYN REGIONAL WEBINAR The future is now: Modern diplomacy for the 21st century will be held via the Zoom platform on Tuesday 18 January 2022 from 15:00 to 17:00.

Prior registration is required.
The working language of the webinar is English.

Who can apply?

Young politically active people and members of youth branches of political parties from Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Slovenia, North Macedonia and Albania.

Through this workshop you will:

  • Gain a deeper understanding of diplomacy, a profession that developed over many centuries
  • Get answers to questions such as do we still need diplomats and do we still need diplomacy
  • Examine diplomacy beyond the narrow political conception given to the term
  • Discuss some of the main changes that have taken place in diplomacy
  • Hear more about the privileges and immunities given to diplomatic personnel
  • Find out what role does food and sport play in diplomatic relations

Apply to this interactive lecture to learn more about diplomacy from our guest lecturer, Đana Luša, PhD, associate professor at the Department of International Relations and Security Studies, Faculty of Political Science, University of Zagreb. Her primary fields of interest are US foreign policy, diplomacy and small states. Her teaching experience includes courses in International Relations, Diplomacy, US Foreign Policy and Transatlantic Relations at the undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate level. She actively takes part in the most relevant international conferences in political science, resulting in publications in international peer-reviewed journals. She is the author of the book Contemporary Application of IR Theories. Currently she is a researcher in two Erasmus + Jean Monnet Networks.

The number of participants is limited.

You can sign up until Monday 17 January by 12:00 (noon) by filling out the application form at the link below. You will receive the ZOOM link on Tuesday 18 January in the morning.


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