530[balkans] Electronic Newsletters on Southeastern Europe and the Stability Pact
- Mar 1, 2000Currently there are at least four email reports on Southeastern Europe,
especially from the prespective of the Stability Pact available by
Stability Pact Watch (http://www.seein.org)
To subscribe, send e-mail to csrd@... with the word "subscribe" in
subject. The newletter is published by the South-East European Information
Network in Skopije.
SouthEast European Educational Cooperation Network
If you want to get the Newsletter monthly or to exchange and announce your
news, projects and contributions: please register your email in the section >
MAILING LIST > GENERAL LIST on http://www.see-educoop.net or use the form:
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your information acessible to educational experts in more than 25 countries.
The project is facilitating the flow of information and establishing links
between grass roots initiatives / NGOs, regional educational policy makers and
European and International Institutions. Supported by the Austrian Ministry of
Education and Cultural Affairs, the Austrian Ministry of Science and Transport
and KulturKontakt Austria which are presently in charge of the coordination of
the Task Force Education and Youth of the Enhanced Graz Process. In October
1999, the Stability Pact decided that the Graz Process should be enhanced
formally to lead the effort in education in Working Table 1, Democratisation
and Human Rights.
Balkan Economic Bulletin (http://epc-eu.com/balkan.htm)
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The Balkan Economic Bulletin delivers independent information on
theSouth-East-European region every week. EUROPEAN PROJECT CONSULTANTS
this news from own experts in the Balkan countries. epcprovides consulting
services for technical assistance, tendering,business contacts, distribution
and outsourcing. See http://epc-eu.com/balkan.htm for more or contact us in
Germany: phone+49 69 913343-0, fax -40)
CEPS' Europa South-East Monitor (www.ceps.be)
This is a series of monthly bulletins from CEPS Europa South-East policy
forum. Issues contain analysis of the policies of the EU, the wider
international community and the governments of the region, and updates of the
work of CEPS and of the Europa South-East policy forum. Back issues and other
information is available at http://www.ceps.be/Research/SEE/SEEHub.htm For a
subscription contact: Europa South-East Monitor: Nicholas Whyte Centre for
European Policy Studies Place du Congrès 1, B-1000 Brussels, Belgium, CEPS
phone: +32 2 229 3911, fax: +32 2 219 4151, email: explorers@...