search the archive
search the archive
The Balkans Dialogue: Conflict Resolution and EU Accession Politics in the Balkans and Turkey
full name / name of organization:
Institute for Cultural Relations Policy
International conference organised by the Institute for Cultural Relations Policy in cooperation with Kodolányi János University of Applied Sciences and Dialogue Platform Association
Budapest, Hungary 8–9 February, 2013
Conference topics: Political, economic and legal aspects in ethnic and national minority conflict resolution. Impacts of European Union accession policies/processes. Emerging security challenges.
Conference location: KJU Budapest Campus, (1139) Budapest, Frangepán utca 50-56.
Programme summary: Deputy prime minister of Hungary, Dr. Tibor Navracsics is invited to hold the opening speech. Conference days consist of lectures by invited speakers (including Ambassadors Gordan Grlić Radman, Darko Angelov and Željko Janjetović of Croatia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Peter Andras Sztaray, Hungarian Deputy State Secretary for Security Policy) as well as presentations of guest speakers and Q&A sessions. Best presentations will be selected by a panel of judges and awarded during the closing ceremony. Submitted and confirmed papers will be published online and will be archived on DVDs. The main language of the conference is English (English and Hungarian for guest speaker applicants).
How to apply for participation?
How to apply for English (or Hungarian) paper presentation?
Further details and registration forms are available on ICRP Website
Aims: this interdisciplinary and cross-cultural meeting welcomes presentations on the political science, sociology, laws, history and economics research and cross border cooperation within the Balkans region and Anatolia. The conference is supported by three institutes and aims to serve as a meeting point to facilitate the public exposure of the perspectives and interests of different communities, governments, international organisations, NGOs, businesses, scholars, thinkers and common citizens.
Benefits of attending:
Submitted abstracts will be evaluated by an international reviewing committee. Authors will be notified of conditional acceptance or rejection within 5 days after submission.
The event targets a broad spectrum of undergraduate, PhD student, candidate, lecturer and researcher participants, recognising the multidisciplinarity of research in international relations and other related disciplines.