The 6 –day European Diplomacy Workshop: EU Foreign Policy Analysis is designed to develop critical thinking and deepen understanding of the EU’s role in the global politics. Combining interactive methods, discussions and simulations, the program covers different dimensions of EU foreign policy, as well as hands-on trainings in policy analysis and public speaking. In addition, divided into groups, the participants will prepare their own set of recommendations on a chosen issue, which is going to be published by the European Academy of Diplomacy. The EDW is a forum for exchanging experiences, discussing challenges and developing cooperation, giving participants opportunities to broaden their EU and region-specific knowledge, as well as acquire and practice essential skills necessary for shaping the modern world.
The new 2017 formula puts emphasis on critical thinking of the participants and their ability to understand and analyze the trends in European international relations and foreign policy.
The European Diplomacy Workshop is dedicated to emerging political and social leaders, public servants, non-governmental activists and representatives of academia who are eager to learn how to influence the changing context of their country.
Since 2010, more than 370 young leaders took part in the 12 editions of the European Diplomacy Workshop. Each time, approximately 15 countries are represented in a group of 25 participants.
|Policy Analysis Workshop||EU Decision Making and Foreign Policy||Eastern Dimension of EU Foreign Policy||EU – Balkans Relations||Public Speaking Workshop||Presentation of group work and discussion|
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Apart from the core component of the workshop, the participants will be assigned time and divided into small teams, to work on recommendations for a chosen issue of the EU foreign policy. The result of the group work will be presented on the last day of the EDW and published by the European Academy of Diplomacy.
The benefits of attending the European Diplomacy Workshop: EU Foreign Policy Analysis include:
- Participate in 6 days of interactive workshops, discussions and lectures delivered by experts and practitioners in the fields of diplomacy and policy making.
- Develop your analytical thinking skills and learn how to create efficient policies.
- Expand your understanding of different dimensions of the EU foreign policy.
- Prepare your own recommendations for the future of the EU foreign policy, which will be published by the European Academy of Diplomacy.
- Network with a group of like-minded international colleagues from 15 countries.
- Receive a certificate of completion from the European Academy of Diplomacy.
RECRUITMENT IS CURRENTLY CLOSED
- Be an advanced students or young professionals,
- Show an interest in international relations,
- Possess very good command of English (speaking and writing).
To apply, please fill in the online APPLICATION FORM and attach your CV.
- 390 € without accommodation
- 610 € with accommodation (double occupancy, same gender rooms)
The registration fee includes:
- 6 days of the courses and workshop materials
- Lunches and coffee breaks
All participants are expected to arrange their own travel and visas if necessary. EAD will provide visa invitation letters.
A selected number of scholarships will be awarded to participants who have completed at least their 4th year of studies (graduate students, doctoral candidates). Early career professionals may also apply.
The scholarship covers accommodation, meals (breakfasts, lunches, coffee breaks), workshop and materials, certificate. Participants are expected to arrange their own travel and visas if necessary.
To apply for the scholarship:
- Fill in the online APPLICATION FORM and attach your CV.
- Write a short essay (to be attached in the application form) on one of the topics below. The essay should be 3-5 pages, font Times New Roman, size 12 points, line spacing 1,5, side margins 2,5 cm.
- The future of EU – Russia relations.
- Election year 2017 – scenarios for the European Union.
- EU engagement in the MENA region.
The Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Poland has been an EAD partner since 2010, co-organizing the European Diplomacy Workshop. KAS cooperates with governmental institutions, political parties, civil society organizations and handpicked elites, building strong partnerships along the way. In particular they seek to intensify political cooperation in the area of development cooperation at the national and international levels on the foundations of our objectives and values. Together with their partners, KAS makes a contribution to the creation of an international order that enables every country to develop in freedom and under its own responsibility.
PZU is one of the largest financial institutions in Poland as well as in Central and Eastern Europe. PZU operates in the Ukrainian and Baltic States markets through its subsidiaries PZU Ukraina and PZU Lietuva. The total value of PZU’s investments in Ukraine is now in excess of PLN 300 million. In 2011, PZU Lietuva was the third largest player in the Lithuanian insurance market, and a year later the company’s written premium increased by almost 30%. PZU Lietuva has also branches in Latvia and Estonia.
For more information, please contact the International Programs Coordinator, Ms. Joanna Jasińska, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (+48 22) 378 11 98.Apply