APPLY TO PYN FIRST REGIONAL WEBINAR IN 2023: Let’s talk about what is new in the Western Balkans? [16th January 2023]

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There has been a lot going on in 2022 in Western Balkan region. Beginning of a new year signified some important changes for some countries that will also have significant influence on the whole region. 

How does the political instability between Kosovo and Serbia affect the peace and stability of the region? In what way will a new Schengen border influence international relations between Croatia and its neighboring countries (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia)? What will happen next after Kosovo has formally applied for EU membership? What can we expect next to happen regarding the political situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina and North Macedonia?

Let’s discuss the most relevant social, political and economical decisions which marked last year and talk about what is next to come for the Western Balkan countries. We invite you to join this year’s first PYN regional webinar and share your opinion on regional cooperation and security. 

Guest lecturer that will tell us more about current events in the region and lead further discussion about the topic is Adnan Ćerimagić from the European Stability Initiative, senior analyst for the Western Balkans who is also researching EU policy towards the region.

Seize an opportunity already at the beginning of the year and sign up for this interactive online workshop organized especially for you, young politically active people who wish to learn more about the situation in the region and share their opinion on these important topics with other young people interested in politics and stability of the Western Balkans!

PYN REGIONAL WEBINAR Let’s talk about what is new in the Western Balkans? will be held via the Zoom platform on Monday 16 January 2023 from 14:00 to 16:00.

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.

The number of participants is limited.

You can sign up until Monday 16 January by 10:00 by filling out the application form at the link below. You will receive the ZOOM link on Monday 16 January by noon.

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