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Tuesday, 20 June 2017 17:05 Велизар Георгиев

photo1The Executive Director of Bulgarian School of Politics "Dimitry Panitza" Dr. Irina Alexieva took part in the International Neighborhood Symposium that was held in Odessa from 13 to 18 June 2017. This year the Symposium was organized for 7th time and the topic was "Changemakers in the Eastern Neighbourhood and the Mediterranean South".

A changemaker is a business leader, a policy maker, an activist, a young leader, a scholar, as well as a social entrepreneur that believes in change while also seeking to make it happen. A changemaker is thus an innovator, a trendsetter, and a visionary; someone who is willing to take creative action to solve social and societal problems.

The Symposium focused principally on the Eastern Neighbourhood and the Mediterranean South, two regions that are shared neighborhoods of the European Union, its member states, the Russian Federation, and Turkey. While each region is distinct with its own historical, political, social, cultural and economic features; their vicinity implies a number of synergies and shared experiences on a variety of themes.

Hence, the aim of the 2017 edition of the International Neighbourhood Symposium is to discuss, assess, and understand the regional dynamics as well as the impact these are having on the transformation of the societies of the countries of the Eastern Neighbourhood and the Mediterranean South. 

The Executive Director of Bulgarian School of Politics Dr. Alexieva spoke about the topic: „Politics versus Populism" giving examples for the social, economic and cultural factors that are influencing the rise of populism in the recent years.

The Symposium is organized by The Center for International and European Studies (CIES) at Kadir Has University in cooperation with local partners UA: Ukraine Analytica and the Foreign Policy Council "Ukrainian Prism".

 
Tuesday, 20 June 2017 14:30 Велизар Георгиев

monikaMonika Panayotova that graduated the Bulgarian School of Politics (BSoP) has been appointed as Deputy Minister for the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the EU.

Mrs. Panayotova has graduated the National Program of BSoP in 2009. She has a PhD in Political Studies from the University of National and World Economy in Sofia and holds a Master degree in International Economic Relations with a specialization "Management of International Projects". She has a bachelor degree in International Relations from the same university.

In the last year Mrs. Panayotova has worked as an independent expert to the European Commission for the preparation of the 9th Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.

She was a Member of the European Parliament from December 2012 to July 2014, and before that she was a member of the 41st National Assembly of Bulgaria.

 
Friday, 19 May 2017 12:53 Велизар Георгиев

logo_enCivic organizations and Alumni of the Bulgarian school of politics "Dimitry Panitza" can nominate candidates for the National Program for 2018 till 30 June 2017. The main purpose of the program is to educate and inspire future creators and performers of public policies to prepare them with the vision, knowledge and responsibility for the effective management and leadership based on the rule of law, respect for human rights, accountability and open dialogue. More information about the program can be found here.

Applications must be submitted online through the website of the school. Detailed information and the necessary documents for application can be found here

Pre-selected applicants will be invited for an interview.

 
Sunday, 05 February 2017 17:55 School of Politics

5.02.2017An accent in the last day of the National Program „Governing skills” was the topic “Protocol”. Special guest speaker on the topic was an expert on government and diplomatic protocol Mr. Anatoly Paziiski. Before that program participants took part in the simulation game in which trained multiparty negotiations.

 
Saturday, 04 February 2017 21:53 School of Politics

4.02.2017"Air pollution is an energy problem. It became especially relevant because of the cold months this winter and increased consumption of firewood and coal," said before the participants Mr. Julian Popov, who is a member of BSoP Board, Senior Policy Advisor of the European Climate Foundation, and former Minister of Environment and Water in the 2013 Bulgarian interim government.

Mr. Popov expressed the opinion what could be done about this problem in Bulgaria and Europe He spoke about the energy trends and European energy policies. Mr. Popov was a special guest speaker in the panel "30 minutes in the company of ..."

Earlier in the day, Dr. Emilia Zankina who is the provost of the American University in Bulgaria presented the topic of stakeholder analysis. Another theme in the program was a simulation of a TV debate. The anchor of the debate was the journalist from the Bulgarian National Television Bojko Vasilev.

 
Friday, 03 February 2017 21:49 School of Politics

3.02.2017The day began with the lecture of Ms. Boriana Dimitrova, who is a manager Partner at “Alfa Research” sociology agency. She talked about the political parties and processes in the country through the prism of the forthcoming presidential elections and the external political situation.

The program continued with the topic "Perspectives for the development of Bulgarian economy - internal and external factors for economic growth" delivered by economist from Industry Watch Mr. Lachezar Bogdanov.

The accent of the second day of the National Program “Governing skills” was a lecture on the key threads ahead the national security of Bulgaria. Lecturers were Mr. Todor Tagarev, who is director of the Defence institute “Professor Tsvetan Lazarov” to the Ministry of Defence, and the journalists Mr. Petar Karaboev and Mr. Mohamed Halaf.

 
Thursday, 02 February 2017 21:49 School of Politics

2.02.2017The third course of the National program “Governing skills” started with a panel related with child justice. Lecturers in the panel were Ms. Albena Boteva, who is a judge at the Sofia Regional Court, Mr. Ivan Georgiev, who is an expert on child justice, and Mr. Lyuben Georgiev, who is a chair of the board of the “Re act” association. The lecturers discussed with the participants the problems of the child justice, and the philosophy of the project of the new low.

 
Sunday, 18 December 2016 14:56 School of Politics

sydebna_sistema_2017Accent during the last day of the second course of the National Program was the panel “Long-term Strategies for Bulgaria”. The topic was judicial reform. Special guests were Judge Kalin Kalpakchiev, who is a member of the Supreme Judicial Council, Sava Petrov from the Prosecutor’s Association and Hristo Ivanov, former minister of justice. The three of them presented the different viewpoints on the reform. Also, the group homework was explained. In March, they will have to present political platforms for judicial reform.

 

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