AESI FORUM 19/20 FEBRUARY 2024 "CHALLENGES FOR PEACE : EU LEADER IN THE BALKANS"

AESI FORUM  19/20 FEBRUARY 2024 "CHALLENGES FOR PEACE : EU LEADER IN THE BALKANS"


AESI EUROPEAN UNION FORUM
19/20 FEBRUARY 2024
(by invitation)

https://youtu.be/OemSjkqmjN4?si=oFTxirNRN0lsXAXd

AESI (European Association of International Studies) in Rome, in collaboration with the European Commission Representation in Italy and the Office of the European Parliament in Italy, is organising a FORUM 19/20 February 2024 on “EU Leadership for Peace in the Balkans” focused to analyse the role of cooperation between diplomacy and universities.
 
Investing in the education of new generations to promote peace and dialogue in Eastern Europe is of primary importance for the stability and integration of these important countries in Europe 

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SARAJEVO / BELGRADE RECTORS
AESI UNIVERSITY COOPERATION 
FOR PEACE 

AESI PROMOTING UNIVERSITY COOPERATION FOR PEACE  
2000 / 2023

AESI promoted and developed this program for more than 20 Academic Years facilitating the dialogue between Sarajevo and Belgrade Universities and cooperation among the BiH Universities.   

In the Balkans, at the end of the dramatic conflict, a new strategy of collaboration between the University Cooperation and the United Nations was born in favor of peace. The common goal was to create an academic program by Rome Sapienza University that aimed at the reconstruction and real civil integration of the countries involved in the conflict through academic training in the Public Administration and Humanitarian Aid sectors of their young graduates (Serbs, Muslims and Croats). This project coordinated by Prof. Massimo María Caneva and supported by AESI would have allowed the next generation to remain in the countries of origin and the program certainly represented the first field action in this field at the international level between the University and the United Nations with their Peace Forces. In 2001, infact, the First Conference of Balkan Rectors in Sarajevo was organized for this in the UN HQ in Sarajevo. The Special Representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations, Amb. J.P. Klein UNMIBH and the Rectors of the Balkans. Shortly thereafter, the Rectors of Sarajevo and Belgrade met to sign an agreement for a Masters in State Management and Humanitarian Affairs that would have seen more than 120 young graduates from the various universities, especially from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia attend. Many of them would have found work and actively participated in the state institutional development (one of them was Deputy Mayor of Sarajevo, others are Legal Advisers of the Presidency of the Republic, etc.) and international. 

The University Cooperation with Sarajevo and Belgrade Universities  is continuing on 2023 to promote Peace and Dialogue with the Rome International Seminar. 

Prove di Pace 2002

Mission 2022 Sarajevo 

Pope Francis Peace is Possible 

Students Ambassadors of Peace