145+

Speakers

820+

Participants

38+

Sessions

15+

Donors

Event Outcomes Learn new things and connect people

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Great Speakers

MLE gathers experts in different areas, high representatives from domestic, regional and EU institutions, local champions of change, decision makers in civil, public and business sector.

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Networking

During MLE, coffee break is never just a coffee break. Speakers and participants are encouraged to use every opportunity to mingle and establish relations between organizations they represent.

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Variety of Topics

Whether you are interested in skills necessary for future and employability, energy transition or clean air, the EU integration process and rule of law in the Balkans, MLE fosters open discussions.

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Continuous Story

Conference Move.Link.Engage is organized for the fifth time in a row. Take a look at what we have been accomplishing together since 2015 in order to move the dialogue and link and engage people.

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Listen to the Event Speakers

Info Update Latest News

BELGRADE OPEN SCHOOL IS OPENING A DOOR FOR CIVIL AND BUSINESS SECTOR COOPERATION

Belgrade Open School in assosiaction with Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), continued their work on a new component within the project ’Civil Society for European integration’ (CS4EU), that has started in 2016. A new direction for civil society to facilitate Serbia's EU accession will be through the cooperation of two sectors - civil and business.

DECARBONIZATION IN THE ERA OF PANDEMIC

Do you remember what you did the day you first heard about the coronavirus? It seemed like distant, unrealistic and not very important news for your life. And do you remember what you did on the last day, before the epidemic was declared in Serbia? What did normal life look like before the coronavirus? And what did you do after the virus entered our country?

WESTERN BALKAN COAL POWER PLANTS BREACH POLLUTION LIMITS BY 6 TIMES, FOR THE SECOND YEAR IN A ROW

Two and a half years since pollution control legislation under the Energy Community Treaty obliged Western Balkan governments to apply EU norms, a new Bankwatch analysis finds air pollution – primarily sulphur dioxide (SO2) and dust emissions – from coal-fired power plants remains stubbornly high, choking communities across the region and beyond.

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