The International Centre for Black Sea Studies is holding its International Symposium on the island of Kalymnos, Greece 1—6 July 2008 and invites young professionals to take part
The International Centre for Black Sea Studies (ICBSS) is holding its International Symposium on the island of Kalymnos, Dodecanese, Greece 1—6 July 2008 and invites young professionals with fluent English to take part.
Åhe International Symposium is aimed to provide a forum for study and dialogue in a multicultural and interdisciplinary environment for young professionals (22—35 years old), such as policy-makers, academics, journalists, diplomats, Members of Parliament and researchers (post docs and PhD candidates) primarily from the countries of the wider Black Sea area, EU member states, the United States and Central Asia.
Up to 50 participants will attend a four-day intensive course consisting of lectures and study groups, with related reading material provided. The participants will have the unique opportunity to gain insights into a wide range of issues related to Black Sea regional cooperation, such as security, energy, and economic development presented by prominent scholars, experts and policymakers. The language of the Symposium will be English. For detailed information on the programme see www.icbss.org.
The International Centre for Black Sea Studies is a non-profit think tank promoting multilateral cooperation among the countries of the wider Black Sea region and with their international partners. With 10 years of research and advocacy experience the ICBSS has solid expertise in this area.
The registration fee is 200 Euro with some scholarships available. You will find all necessary information on www.icbss.org.
Registration is open until 15 April!
Applications and any queries should be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to + 30 210 324 2244.