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Speakers

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Participants

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Sessions

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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 sectors.

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Networking

During MLE, 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

Launched in 2015, Move.Link.Engage conference has become one of the most important regional dialogue platform. Take a look at what we have been accomplishing together in order to move the dialogue, and link, and engage people.

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OVER 20 NEW LOCAL COMMUNITIES IN THE CITIZEN AIR QUALITY MONITORING NETWORK

The Belgrade Open School, in cooperation with local civil society organizations and the “Eko-Straža”, has expanded its citizen air quality monitoring network to more than 20 new local communities in Serbia. The action of expanding the network was carried out during December 2020 and January 2021. Thanks to new sensors installed throughout Serbia, primarily in those environments where there is no real-time monitoring in the state and local network, many citizens can monitor air qualit

IN THE WESTERN BALKANS, WE LIVE IN A POISONOUS CLOUD

Western Balkans has the worst air quality level in Europe – causing 13,500 premature deaths in the region every year. The harmful effects of the region’s obsolete coal-fired thermal power plants can be measured all the way to Egypt. Major health consequences are also caused by the use of fossil fuels in the industry, household heating boilers, agriculture and transportation. How can we start breathing again?

FOR SOME NEW AND SUSTAINABLE "NORMAL" IN 2021

The end of the year is traditionally reserved for summarizing impressions. The global COVID-19 pandemic definitely marked this year and all the activities that took place during it. Coronavirus has not bypassed the environmental sector, so we could hear conflicting opinions, while on the one hand it was monitored how much the slowdown in human activities affected the recovery of the planet, on the other hand the global pandemic slowed or almost stopped some global processes to fight for sustaina

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