Who is working on EU-Central Asia relations in Europe and which researchers study the European Union in Central Asia? Who are the stakeholders of EU Central Asia relations in Europe and the region and how can we engage them in a more closely-knit network?
This Networking Conference is the first occasion for the Horizon 2020 project SEnECA - Strengthening and Energizing EU-Central Asia relations to present preliminary results and discuss ways to promote networking with policy-makers and stakeholders for the further network and policy analysis. This debate will include representatives from the Central Asia community including researchers, parliamentarians and government representatives from the EU and Central Asia as well as the EU special representative for Central Asia, Peter Burian.
The participation is free of charge.
Dowload the agenda for the public conference here: http://www.seneca-eu.net/images/News/Riga-SEnECA-Agenda-20.03.2018---public1.pdf
If you wish to participate in the first Networking Conference of SEnECA in Riga, please register here by 6 April: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeVhxup-7kPGC8AnUBJiyN6WGAEmvCPEH5gqFIRwImP-LPp2w/viewform
or join the event through our livestream: http://live.tiesraides.lv/tiesraides.lv/live2/24
With the participation of: Latvian Institute of International Affairs WiseEuropa Institut für Europäische Politik CIFE, Centre international de formation européenne Universität Duisburg-Essen TEPSA The Trans European Policy Studies Association RUSI - Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies Z-Analytics Group Молодежный департамент КНУ им Ж.Баласагына Central Asia Institute for Strategic Studies University of World Economy and Diplomacy