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Speakers

700+

Participants

35+

Sessions

12+

Donors

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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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WHY SHOULD THE PROBLEMS AND NEEDS OF YOUNG PEOPLE BE A PRIORITY OF WESTERN BALKAN GOVERNMENTS?

Belgrade Open School brought together more than 150 decision-makers, representatives of Western Balkan governments, business sector and CSOs during the second day of the conference "Western Balkan Civil Society Organisations for Youth Employment Support", held on December 17th and 18th, 2020.

THE FIRST STEP TOWARDS A COAL-FREE FUTURE: LAUNCH OF THE PLATFORM INITIATIVE IN SUPPORT FOR COAL REGIONS IN TRANSITION IN WESTERN BALKANS AND UKRAINE

While the energy transition is already a reality in the European Union, it is still in its beginning in the Western Balkans. The countries of this region made commitment in 2019 to start the implementation process of the energy transition by signing the Joint Declaration of the Western Balkan countries, that took place in Podgorica. This process is inevitable if we want to achieve climate goals and reduce the impact of climate change on the planet.

WHY IS THE AIR THAT IS CONSIDERED “POLLUTED” IN THE EUROPEAN UNION CLASSIFIED AS “ACCEPTABLE” IN SERBIA?

The Environmental Protection Agency regularly publishes air quality assessments on its website. It does so on the basis of certain criteria.

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