Our partner KDZ Centre for Public Administration Research invites all interested parties to the “Danube Governance Conference: Towards European integration with the SDGs” on January 28.
At this occasion stakeholders will discuss the topics identified as priorities in improving governance in the countries of the Western Balkans and the Republic of Moldova on their way towards European integration and how the Sustainable Development Goals support this process. This event will bring together partners from public institutions, think tanks and civil society organizations from the whole Danube Region, as well as representatives of the EU and international organizations that are supporting European integration and public administration reforms in the Western Balkans and the Republic of Moldova.
You are invited to present your challenges and achievements, discuss possible solutions and network for future collaborations.
The Danube Governance Conference is proudly supported by Austrian Development Cooperation, Austrian Association of Cities and Towns and NALAS.
NALAS President, Mayor Emanuil Manolov will address in the panel-discussion “Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic: Challenges and responses of local governments in the Danube Region”. Our Elton Stafa will speak in the session on Governance and Democracy and Darko Mrvaljevic in the session on Local Economic Development.
The BACID program is co-funded by the Austrian Development Cooperation and implemented by the Austrian Association of Cities and Towns and KDZ Centre for Public Administration Research.
You can register for the conference here.