Summer academy focuses on democratic reform [Eastern Europe]

Summer academy focuses on democratic reform [Eastern Europe]

Posted on February 08, 2017


February 19, 2017

Journalists, policy specialists, government and nonprofit workers from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine can apply for this program in Warsaw, Poland.

The Warsaw Euro-Atlantic Summer Academy (WEASA) is organized by the College of Europe, Natolin Campus, the German Marshall Fund of the United States and the Polish American Freedom Foundation. The program will take place July 2 to 15.

The main objectives of the academy are presenting the political, social and economic foundations of modern democracy in the European Union and the transatlantic community, and promoting them in Eastern Europe. 

The WEASA 2017 edition will be devoted to the issue of “Digital Community: Security, Information and Economy.”

Priority will be given to midcareer candidates with at least five years of experience. Proficiency in English is required.

Travel, boarding and accommodation will be covered by WEASA.

The deadline is Feb. 19.

For more information, click here.