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The Calls section of PECOB collects information about calls that deal with Central Eastern and Balkan Europe. Each link below displays information on calls for applications, calls for conferences and calls for papers that fall within PECOB's sphere of activity. Browse the calls below to find out more about deadlines, requirements and other useful information.
Calls are listed according to their deadline. Those currently displayed on this page include a call for papers for a 2013 Congress on European crisis, calls for applications for various summer schools and master courses, a call for papers on the intersection of identities in Central Eastern Europe and a prize for the translation of russian poetry.
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Journal for Sustainable Development (JSD) is a quarterly journal published by the Integrated Business Faculty – Skopje. JSD area includes three pillars of economic, social and environmental development issues. All these aspects will be considered relevant for publishing in the JSD Journal.
The Institut européen, European Institute (IE•EI), an international teaching and research institute in Nice, department of CIFE (Centre international de formation européenne), invites graduate students to apply for its Master programme 2013/14.
The chronological frame of the conference extends from the first Serbian uprising to the Young Turk Revolution. The aim of conference is to convey a multi-disciplinary analysis of the Revolution in the Balkans.
The Lusophone Studies Association innaugural a conference at York University of Canada to show the importance of studies of the Portuguese language in the world. Lusophone studies focuses on these perspectives and intersections in interdisciplinary ways, in order to create an inclusive study of current issues and viewpoints which relate to this historical legacy.
Call for conference for the Faculty of Business Economics and Entrepreneurship in Serbia.
The aims of this International Conference are to raise questions in the multidisciplinary field of Tourism that will provoke curiosity and provide a forum for both academics and practitioners to rethink the various concepts of tourism research and developments.
The National University of Kyiv - Mohyla Academy will organize a Summer School for international students in Ukraine entitled "Between the European and Eurasian Unions: determinants, aspects and consequences of Ukraine's Post-Soviet transformation".
The organizers of the Belgrade Security Forum have the pleasure of inviting scholars and researchers to submit their proposal papers for the third Belgrade Security Forum (BSF) to be held on 19-21 September 2013.
This panel “EU Performance in Central and Eastern Europe” aims to evaluate EU performance internally and externally. The emphasis on good performance is a recurrent theme in the EU’s policies, treaties and strategies that culminated in the recent Lisbon Treaty.
ECMI hosts annual Summer School on National Minorities and Border Regions for the third time and it aims to define the conceptual and normative approaches for the study of national minorities in border regions and to explore their different applications in relation to current arrangements across Europe.
Model NATO Youth Summit aims to promote NATO’s structures and mechanisms, while creating a platform for the young generation to debate on current social and political international issues.
The Caucasus International Summer School (CISS) represents a unique opportunity to discuss and understand what makes the South Caucasus a priority in contemporary international studies, providing multiple authoritative insights on an area around which gravitate the interests of the EU as well as of regional powers such as Russia, Turkey and Iran.
The Centre for Empirical Cultural Studies of South-East Europe (Serbia), the Institute for Democracy “Societas Civilis” Skopje (Macedonia), Social Research Kosova (Kosovo) and Centre for Social Research “Analitika” (Bosnia-Herzegovina) in cooperation with the Department of Political Science of the Iustinianus Primus Faculty of Law, Ss “Cyril and Methodius” University in Skopje announce a call for papers for the international conference "Lost in transition - citizens’ engagement with transitional changes in Western Balkan societies".
The School of Slavonic and Eats European Studies will organize a conference with the aim to discuss the trust and the distrust in the Eastern Bloc and in the Soviet Union, analyzing stability and vitality of political regimes and societies.
The goal of the Workshop is toadvance the multidisciplinary study of the processes—cultural, economic,political, and legal—of European integration related to the patterns ofinteraction among ‘religion, policies and law’ in post-communist countries ofEastern Europe.