Announcement - DANUBE INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR 01-04 APRIL 2015, NOVI SAD - OPENED
Danube international seminar, organized in partnership with the European Danube Academy, under the auspices of Provincial Government, Provincial Secretariat for Interregional Cooperation and Local Self-Government, public institutions, and private enterprises, as well as national and international partners from Danube region, aims to introduce about 25 students from the Danube region, through the course of four days, and to emphasize the features and options in the Danube region.
Seminar was designed so that participants acquire new knowledge in the field of Danube research, provided through various project activities in order to develop awareness of certain characteristics of the Danube region, as well as challenges of the Danube region.
The significance of this project is that Republic of Serbia is a partner with German State of Baden Wurttemberg, so the support of this project strengthens the connection between the most richest European province Baden Wurttemberg with Novi Sad, Belgrade and Serbia, and indirectly Belgrade and Novi Sad are becoming the regional centers of the Danube region.
During the Danube international seminar, various activities will take place. During this time, five lectures will be held, also two panel discussions, a visit to a company, an organized museum visit and tour of the city and an opening and closing ceremony at the city's institutions. The participants are young researchers, students of master and doctoral studies, as well as graduates from different countries of the Danube region.
The opening ceremony was held on April 1st, 2015. at 5pm and the participants were welcomed by Mr. Branislav Bugarski, the Provincial Secretary for Regional Cooperation and Local Government, this event took place at the Government building of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina.
On the first day of the seminar, the participants heard the presentation about the Danube Area Research Centre and the publication of proceedings, consisted of their research papers.