2013 Fall European Diplomacy Workshop (18 – 23 November 2013)

The European Academy of Diplomacy is now accepting applications for the European Diplomacy Workshop: Eastern Partnership and cordially invite you and your students and colleagues to participate in this upcoming project.

The European Diplomacy Workshop (EDW) is a week-long, first in Europe program devoted solely to the Eastern Partnership, European Neighborhood Policy and European Union Foreign Policy. Based on workshops from experts in the fields of EU Foreign Policy (Eastern Partnership and European Neighborhood Policy), and hands-on skills training in International Negotiations, Public Speaking, Strategic Planning and Leadership, the European Diplomacy Workshop is designed for emerging political and social leaders, public servants and non-governmental representatives who are eager to learn how to influence the changing context of their country.

The European Diplomacy Workshop is also a forum for exchanging experiences and enhancing cooperation between leaders from Europe, Asia, and the Middle East by giving participants opportunities to broaden their EU and regional specific knowledge and acquire and practice essential skills necessary for shaping the modern world.

Designed specifically for emerging leaders from political and social spheres, public servants and non-governmental representatives, the EDW regularly attracts representatives from both within and outside the EU and from a wide variety of institutions, governmental and NGO alike. The European Diplomacy Workshop is an international and multicultural environment with students traveling from all over the world to participate. The European Academy of Diplomacy is proud to have more than 100 alumni from the EDW from 30 different countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Canada, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Latvia, Luxembourg, Moldova, Nigeria, Poland, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Ukraine, United Kingdom, the United States).

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