Association Bourgogne Balkans Express (Loi 1901) in association withSciencesPo. Paris, undergraduate campus of DijonFINANC...
FOREWORDEver since its creation in 2006, the association Bourgogne BalkansExpress has been devoted to promoting relations ...
association wants to sensitize the public of Dijon and Burgundy to theproblems pertaining to the Balkans, reinforce the Eu...
CONTENTS    I.     Context    II.    Definition of the main objective    III.   Secondary objectives    IV.    Schedule   ...
I. ContextAfter a global study of the Balkans region through the three previousworkshops, the association wishes this year...
Balkans and more precisely in Kosovo and Bosnia. On this occasion, wewould like to include an intervention from a highly-r...
II. Definition of the Main ObjectiveThe workshop’s objective is to gather, in a single event, renownedexperts in different...
III. Secondary objectivesAside from the organization of a constructive debate led by experts, theincreasing of the public ...
IV. SCHEDULE (TEMPORARY)The workshop will take place Tuesday April 12, 2011 in the buildings ofSciences Po Paris in Dijon ...
V. Detailed organization of the workshop (to be confirmed)Day            Events/Schedule             Potential participant...
VI. Round tables, themes and potential participantsThe workshop will be organized around two round tables:                ...
Moderator   ► Piotr Smolar, Le Monde                                             ParticipantsExponents  ► Nenad Stojanovic...
Round table n°2 : Kosovo1) Kosovo governance after its independence: what assessments?What assessments can be made concern...
Moderator  ►Tim Judah, Journalist, The  EconomistExponents                            Participants ► Gordana Delić, Direct...
VII. Budget                                                           ExpenditExpenses                         Detail     ...
1 night in Paris (Hotel Lyon   6 participants from the Balkans x                                                          ...
Accommodation:                                              10 students(covered by Sciences Po)MealsDinner 1st evening in ...
VIII. Contacts – Association Bourgogne Balkans Express• Céline ANTONINI, PresidentContact : celine.antonini@sciences-po.or...
Annexes : History/ Previous publicationsThe Association Bourgogne Balkans Express was created in 2005 on theinitiative of ...
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  1. 1. Association Bourgogne Balkans Express (Loi 1901) in association withSciencesPo. Paris, undergraduate campus of DijonFINANCIAL AID REQUEST FOR THE ORGANIZATION OF THE WORKSHOP ----- EU ENLARGEMENT AND STATE BUILDING IN THE BALKANS – A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS WHAT FUTURE FOR BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA AND KOSOVO ?
  2. 2. FOREWORDEver since its creation in 2006, the association Bourgogne BalkansExpress has been devoted to promoting relations between the EuropeanUnion and the Western Balkans. Its objective is to raise the public’sawareness of the issues related to the countries of the region and theperspective of their integration into the European Union. Through theorganization of numerous conferences, field trips and workshops, theAssociation has progressively developed itself a wide network ofinstitutional players and eminent European and Balkans experts.In 2008, the Association organized a workshop on the delicate questionof Kosovo, entitled “From the International Protectorate to a Redefinitionof International Engagement.” The following year, a second workshophad a more regional perspective, focusing on “Stabilisation andIntegration Perspectives for the Western Balkans.” Finally, in 2009, theAssociation’s goal was to establish an overview of the EU integrationprocess, through the workshop entitled “The Western Balkans’ EUAccession: Evaluating a Process.”The three workshops took place in the Town Hall of Dijon, at theBurgundy Regional Council and at the premier cycle de Sciences Po Parisin Dijon, specializing in the Central and Eastern Europe zone. Theconclusions of the debates have been published in the Balkans and inEurope, to assist researchers, students and experts concerned with thefuture of this region1.Following the success of the former events, the Association isorganizing, in partnership with the premier cycle of Sciences Po Paris inDijon, a new workshop, this time focusing on the future of Bosnia andHerzegovina and Kosovo, two countries which, due to their institutional,economical and ethnic complexities, embody the difficulties which theregion is facing. This year, students from the Balkan countries will beinvited and will come to enrich the debate with the knowledge andexperience they’ve acquired in their respective home countries.The objective is to bring together eminent experts from the Balkans andthe rest of Europe, to liven up a debate on the future of theseunaccomplished states that will soon have to – particularly in view oftheir accession to the European Union – set in motion importantreforms, economical as well as institutional. Through this initiative, the1 The publications are available at the following addresses:http://ec.europa.eu/enlargement/pdf/serbia/kosovo/redefining_international_engagement_in_kosovo_en.pdfhttp://ec.europa.eu/enlargement/pdf/publication/stabilisation_and_integration_perspectives_for_the_western_balkans_en.pdfhttp://ec.europa.eu/enlargement/pdf/publication/20100609_att4639135.pdf
  3. 3. association wants to sensitize the public of Dijon and Burgundy to theproblems pertaining to the Balkans, reinforce the European spirit of thecity of Dijon, and underline the uniqueness of the relations betweenBurgundy and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. Mr. PierreMirel, Director at the General Direction for enlargement of the EuropeanCommission said: “Dijon will assert itself as an inescapable rendezvousin the debate on one of the great politics of the European Union, that ofenlargement”2.2 Introductory speech to the workshop on « perspectives for stabilisation andintegration of the Western Balkans », Dijon, 21, April 2009. 3
  4. 4. CONTENTS I. Context II. Definition of the main objective III. Secondary objectives IV. Schedule V. Detailed organization of the workshop VI. Round tables, topics and potential participants VII. Budget VIII. ContactsAnnexes : History / Previous publications 4
  5. 5. I. ContextAfter a global study of the Balkans region through the three previousworkshops, the association wishes this year to focus on just twocountries: Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo. These countries willoffer an excellent case study in view of their institutional, economic andethnic complexities. Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo are facingobstacles already met by other states in the region on their paths to EUaccession.Fifteen years after the signing of the Dayton Treaty that marked the endof a bloody war, Bosnia and Herzegovina is still in a precarious situation.Economically, the country still hasn’t been able to attain its pre-war lifestandard while institutionally it presents an exclusive and extremelycomplex political system. This system needs to be reformed, possiblyeven entirely replaced, if Bosnia wants to see its European aspirationsfulfilled. The persistence of ethnic tensions within the country has beenbrought to the forefront during the last elections, in October 2010.February 17, 2008, Kosovo declared its independence after havingenjoyed a status of international protectorate for almost 10 years,according to the UN resolution 1244. However, not all countries of theinternational community and the EU recognize Kosovo, and Serbia is stilldefending its territorial integrity. Economically, Kosovo remains Europe’spoorest state while from an institutional point of view it still has a longway to go in terms of reforms to even think of integrating into theEuropean Union. This is all the more true since the political crisis of 2010has exacerbated the difficulties Kosovo is facing.The perspective of European integration is an important impetus forreform in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo. In order to fulfil theCopenhagen criteria, these two countries must reform their economicaland political systems and harmonise their legislative according toEuropean law. If Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina present twodistinct debates, their attachment to the European Union draws themcloser together. Both seem however far removed from accession.The objective of this workshop will therefore be to dwell deeper into theissues related to these two unaccomplished states and to launch adebate in order to produce concrete proposals concerning possiblemeasures to promote their path into Europe.The debate will be articulated around three major questions: thestrategy of the European Union in the region, the institutional reformsthat are to be carried out and the solutions to break current economicdeadlock in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo.An introductive conference will focus on the European strategy in the 5
  6. 6. Balkans and more precisely in Kosovo and Bosnia. On this occasion, wewould like to include an intervention from a highly-ranked representativeof the European Union in order to launch the debate on the actions,implications and strategies of the EU in the Balkans.The round tables that will gather eminent Balkans experts will revolvemainly around two principal questions: the institutional aspect and theeconomical aspect.Institutional issues will play an important part in the workshop. InBosnia, what future is there for the Dayton Treaty? How can theConstitution be reformed? What conclusions can be drawn from theOctober 2010 elections? How can a renewed friendship between theFederation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Serbian Republic ofBosnia be promoted? How can the security cooperation between Bosniaand the international forces of NATO and the EU be evaluated?In Kosovo, how can the questions related to the non-recognition of thestates by five of the twenty-five European states be handled? How cantransparency be promoted and the government’s responsibilityincreased? What conclusions can be drawn from the December 2010elections? How can the organization of international presence in Kosovobe evaluated?In Bosnia like in Kosovo, the economy remains very fragile. How can theeconomic difficulties these two countries face be overcome? How can thetransition between a micro economical logic to a macro economical logicbe made? What reforms should be set in motion in order to decrease theunemployment rates? How can the competitiveness of enterprises beimproved to meet the demands of the European market? How can apositive balance of trade be attained? How can a better economicalcooperation between countries in the region be promoted?This year’s workshop will try to answer these numerous questions thatshowcase the complexity of the process of European integration. Theanalysis of these two countries will allow drawing parallels between theirparticular issues and those of the rest of the Balkan states.The integration of the Balkans in the European Union must go through adeep knowledge and understanding of the region. The ambition of ourworkshop is to contribute to it. 6
  7. 7. II. Definition of the Main ObjectiveThe workshop’s objective is to gather, in a single event, renownedexperts in different fields concerning Bosnia and Kosovo and moregenerally the Western Balkans, in order to create a genuine exchange ofideas, information, political visions, but also to contribute a technicalillumination of the countries’ futures.In parallel to this reflexion on the Balkans’ future, the associationBourgogne Balkans Express wishes to bring to the attention of SciencesPo students and Burgundy’s public the complexity of the subject, thusoffering a pedagogical dimension to the project.This year, we would also like to invite students from Balkan countries toattend the workshop so that the academic and cultural exchange can betruly significant. These students will attend the conferences and roundtables as part of the public and will animate a debate that will allowconfronting the different opinions of the Balkans youth.The academic setting of Sciences Po offers one of the most adaptedenvironments for this type of event: the aim of our debate will be toconfront different points of view and it will appeal to analytical discoursein order to lead a constructive and objective reflexion.The experts solicited during this workshop will be invited to submitproposals and concrete solutions on precise subjects. Thesecontributions will form the object of a publication that will be widelydistributed, in electronic as well as in printed form, for the use ofresearchers, students, national and international experts attentive to theevolution of the region and the European questions that are raisedthere. 7
  8. 8. III. Secondary objectivesAside from the organization of a constructive debate led by experts, theincreasing of the public awareness to the issues of the future of Bosnia,Kosovo and the Balkans, and the publications relating the workshop’sconclusions, we have also defined more concrete objectives:- To attain a profound analysis and concrete and pragmatic proposalsdestined for European and national authorities;- To determine and discuss different juridical, political and socialchallenges which the EU, Bosnia and Kosovo will have to face in a nearfuture;- To measure the costs, the objectives and the coherence of Europeanpolicies in these countries;- To confront the students with a specialists’ debate, all the whilemaking them aware of the challenges that stem from the EuropeanUnion’s engagement in the region.Furthermore, the fourth edition of our project is taking on a newdimension: satisfying the particular character of our organization whosegoal is to promote relations between Burgundy and the Balkans on onehand, and on the other to associate itself to projects led by the region ofBurgundy and the Dijon town Hall. The Association also aims toorganize, on the workshop fringes, a series of events that will have forobjective to acquaint the people of Dijon to the future of the WesternBalkans. The public of Dijon will be able to profit from the presence ofour guests and the quality of the interventions. More concretely, thismeans:- To organize, before and after the workshop, conferences, projectionsof films/documentaries, open to the public;- To show the Balkans students the city of Dijon as well as Burgundyand allow them to participate in a debate concerning their respectivecountries, led by experts from entire Europe;- To organize meetings between the local authorities and theparticipants of the workshop;- To help discover to the participants of the workshop the riches ofBurgundy, by organizing a visit and a tasting along the wine route. 8
  9. 9. IV. SCHEDULE (TEMPORARY)The workshop will take place Tuesday April 12, 2011 in the buildings ofSciences Po Paris in Dijon – specialized in the Central and EasternEurope zone, including the Balkan countries and welcoming studentsfrom more than twenty different states –, the Regional Council ofBurgundy and the Dijon Town Hall.The organization of the project is divided into three steps:A. Research and organization (December – March)During this period, members of the association Bourgogne BalkansExpress will commit to:- making contact with experts concerned by the subject of the workshop- find funding- promote the projectB. Course of the workshopIf the workshop takes place in the week of April 12 2011, the filmprojections and conferences will take place prior to the event. Theworkshop will take place in the buildings of Sciences Po Paris in Dijon,the Regional Council of Burgundy and the Dijon Town Hall. The week willinclude: - The workshop, which will take place over the course of one day - The meetings between the guests and the Burgundy representatives - The projections of films/documentaries The conferences organized by the association Bourgogne Balkans Express but also by other associationsThe workshop participants, in total eighteen and of whom approximatelya half will be from the Balkans, will be divided around two round tableswhich will treat several predefined subjects and will be accessible toSciences Po students and guests such as representatives of thediplomatic corps of Balkan countries.C. Publication (early June 2011)The publication of works produced by the workshop will take place inseveral stages:- layout and publication- promotion and distribution 9
  10. 10. V. Detailed organization of the workshop (to be confirmed)Day Events/Schedule Potential participants Place Projection of the film “Na putu “ by JasmilaWednesday Zbanic (Bosnia and Public of Dijon Eldorado Cinema April 6th Herzegovina) 20h Projection of the film Sunday “A View from the April 10th Bridge” by Laura Public of Dijon Eldorado Cinema Bialis 20h « The Western Balkans, 20 years IntroductiveMonday after the independence of Croatia The campus of Sciences conferenceApril 11th and Slovenia» Po Paris in Dijon 18h Jacques Rupnik, CERI M. Stefan Füle, European Enlargment commissioner Opening conference Regional Council of 9h-10h30 Burgundy “What results for the EU strategy in the Western Balkans?” Round Tables Workshop participants and Tuesday Dijon Town Hall 11h00 – 16h30 moderators April 12th Closing conference Campus of Sciences Po Round table moderators 17h - 18h00 Paris in Dijon “Balkans Youth presents Students explain what it means Wine Bar “La part des itself” to be a young person from the Anges”, Rue Vauban, 21h Balkans today Dijon 10
  11. 11. VI. Round tables, themes and potential participantsThe workshop will be organized around two round tables: Round table n°1: Bosnia & Herzegovina1) A balance sheet of the articulation between multi-ethnicity anddemocracy in BosniaWhat are the perspectives for Constitutional reform? Do the results of the2010 elections change the situation? How to explain the persistence of thenationalist parties’ success? What place is there for new emerging partieslike Naša Stranka? How to accelerate the census law, in compliance with theEuropean Convention on Human Rights?2) The visa liberalisation process: a vector for improving internalinstitutional abilities?To which extent has the visa liberalisation contributed to setting in motionreforms for better governance? Could the policy of comparing Bosnia withneighbouring countries favour reforms? Could the means by which the EUexerts pressure over the issue of visa liberalisation be used in situationsinvolving other EU policies? How can we be certain that the post-visa-liberalisation monitoring would be carried out efficiently?3) International presence in the region: what benefits andrestrictions in the state-building framework?Are the present international forces sufficiently coordinated? Can thepassing of the control over country’s security from NATO to the EU beconsidered satisfactory? How can the remaining role of NATO in Bosniatoday be evaluated? How does the population perceive the Europeanpresence? What are the consequences of diminishing the staff of the OHR?Is maintaining the OHR relevant today? When will Bosnia be able toguarantee the country’s security itself?4) Economic reform and the perspective of a single economic spaceHow can the country be stabilised on a macro economic level? How can aprivatisation policy and property reform be attained? What reforms musttake place in order to make Bosnian enterprises competitive within theEuropean economy? What are the assessments of the regional cooperation?What benefits and what restrictions are there for the creation of a singleeconomic space between the two entities? 11
  12. 12. Moderator ► Piotr Smolar, Le Monde ParticipantsExponents ► Nenad Stojanovic, political ► Tanja Fajon, European scientist, expert on constitutional Deputy, Rapporteur on visa reform in Bosnia & Herzegovina, liberalisation Zentrum für Demokratie Aarau. ► Srdjan Dizdarevic, Former ► Alexandra Stiglmayer, president of the Helsinki Senior Analyst and General Committee for Human Rights in Secretary at the ESI Bosnia and Herzegovina, member of Nasa Stranka ► Florian Bieber, political scientist, expert for the Balkans ► Paola Pampaloni, Chief of region the Bosnia and Herzegovina unit within the enlargement DG of ► Fikret Causevic, Member of the European Commission the Governing Board of the Central Bank of Bosnia & ► Alex Vahlas, Former advisor Herzegovina for SFOR in Bosnia & Herzegovina 12
  13. 13. Round table n°2 : Kosovo1) Kosovo governance after its independence: what assessments?What assessments can be made concerning the December 2010 elections?How can the problem of representation of the Serbian minority be resolved?What role can emerging parties like “Fryma e Re” play in Kosovo? What arethe relations between Kosovo and the Albanian populations across theborders? How much importance should the Greater Albania claims be given?2) The benefits of a plan for visa liberalisation in KosovoWhat would the consequences of visa liberalisation for Kosovo whoseneighbours already benefit from it be? Does Kosovo run the risk of becomingthe last “European ghetto”? What obstacles remain for visa liberalisation andwhen could it be contemplated?3) The efficiency of the presence of international forces in KosovoWhat is the current assessment for the EULEX mission of the past twoyears? What control does it exert over the North of Kosovo? How can thelocal population’s perception of this mission be evaluated – is EULEXperceived as a new UNMIK? What are the consequences of the decrease ofKFOR troops? What is the current assessment of the cooperation betweenKosovo and international authorities?4) Leaving a precarious economical situation: the reforms to be setin motionHow can regional cooperation between Kosovo and other Balkan countriesbe intensified? What is the current assessment of the privatisation of statecompanies? How can the exploitation of natural resources in Kosovo beimproved? How can the quality of education and professional careers ofyoung people be improved? 13
  14. 14. Moderator ►Tim Judah, Journalist, The EconomistExponents Participants ► Gordana Delić, Director of the ►Pierre Mirel, Director of the DG Balkan Trust for Democracy, enlargement, European Belgrade Commission ►Eduard Kukan, European ► General Erhard Bühler, deputy, Chair of Delegation for Commander of KFOR forces relations with Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro. ► Shqipe Mjekiqi, Political advisor for European integration ► Engjellushe Morina, IKS of the Kosovo President executive director ►Alan Paic, OCDE, Administrator ► Dick Marty, Rapporteur on of Investment Compact for South Kosovo and Member of the East Europe. Parliamentary Assembly of Council of Europe 14
  15. 15. VII. Budget ExpenditExpenses Detail Revenue ure Secretarial expensesAdministrative 150 € BBExpressMail 150 € 750€Organizational trips 250 €Telephone 200 € Subtotal : 750 € 750 € Transport and accommodation expenses6 participants from the Balkans / 5 participants from Brussels / 5 participantsfrom Paris/ 2 participants from LondonAirplane:Sarajevo – Paris (return) 2 participants x 500 € 1000 €Pristina – Paris (return) 3 participants x 500 € 1500 €Belgrade – Paris (return) 1 participant x 450 € 450 €RER Airport – Gare de 6 participants from the Balkans x 120 €Lyon (AR) 20 €Train :Brussels – Dijon (return) 5 participants from Brussels x 700 € 140 €Paris – Dijon (return) 69 participants from the Balkans x 80 € 480 €Paris – Dijon (return) 54 participants from Paris x 80 € 400 €Londres-Dijon 2 participants from London x 150 € 300 €Paris – Dijon (return) 6 organizers x 40 € 240 €Accommodation: 15
  16. 16. 1 night in Paris (Hotel Lyon 6 participants from the Balkans x 690 € Bastille) 115 € 2 nights in Dijon (Hotel du Nord Dijon) 1200 € 2 x (6 participants from the Balkans x 100) 2 x (5 participants from Paris + 5 2 nights in Dijon (Hotel du from Brussels+ 2 from London x 2400 € Nord Dijon) 100) Meals: dinner night in Paris and lunch 1st 6 participants from the 180 € day in Dijon Balkans x 30 € Dinner 1st evening in Dijon 30 people x 25 € 750 € nd Lunch and dinner in Dijon on the 2 Lunch 30 people x 15 € + 1650 € day dinner 30 people x 40 € Buffet break 2nd day 200 € (coffee, cake) Lunch and dinner in Dijon on the 3rd Lunch 30 people x 30 € + 1800 € day dinner 30 people x 30 € Transport : Dijon Taxi 100€ Bus rental 180€ Visa for participants from Kosovo 3 participants x 40 € 120€ Subtotal : 15 210 €Transport and accommodation expenses for Balkan students:10 participantsAirplaneTirana – Paris (return) 3 x 500 1500 €Sarajevo – Paris (return) 3 x 500 1500 €Skopje - Paris 2 x 500 1000 €Belgrade - Paris 2 x 500 1000 €Paris – Dijon (return) 10 students x 80 € 800 € 16
  17. 17. Accommodation: 10 students(covered by Sciences Po)MealsDinner 1st evening in Dijon 10 people x 25 € 2500 €Lunch at dinner in Dijon on the 2nd Lunch 10 people x 15 € + 550 €day dinner 10 people xVisa expenses for Kosovo students 3 students x 40 € 120 € Subotal :8970 €Film projectionsCopyright and renting of the 2 x 300 € 600 €screening room at EldoradoCinema Subtotal : 600 € Printing expenses Final publication 40 copies of 50 pages 1400 € Publication layout + Internet 50 € upload Subtotal : 1450 € Total (without unforeseen expenses): 26 230 € Unforeseen expenses (5 % of the total) 1311,5 € Total : 27541,5 € 17
  18. 18. VIII. Contacts – Association Bourgogne Balkans Express• Céline ANTONINI, PresidentContact : celine.antonini@sciences-po.org +41.76.596.60.40• Blandine CLERC, Vice-presidentContact : blandine.clerc@gmail.com +381.63.70.44.348• Elena CHUTROVA, General secretaryContact : Elena.chutrova@sciences-po.org• Hélène LEGAY, Treasurer +33.(0)6.81.14.08.24Contact : helene.legay@sciences-po.org• Veselin Penchev, in charge of communicationspenchev.veselin@gmail.com• Kristine Lunde-Tellefsen, Joint-treasurer +33.(0)6.98.97.11.83kristine.lundetellefsen@sciences-po.orgWrite to usAssociation Bourgogne Balkans Express (loi 1901)Premier cycle de Sciences Po Paris à Dijon14 Avenue Victor Hugo21000 DijonFRANCE 18
  19. 19. Annexes : History/ Previous publicationsThe Association Bourgogne Balkans Express was created in 2005 on theinitiative of two Sciences Po students, of Albanian and Serbiannationality. Its objective is to organize various activities promoting therelations between the European Union and the Balkans.In 2006, several conference-debates open to Dijon’s public wereorganized to raise the awareness to issues related to the Balkans andthe EU. In April of the same year, an excursion of one week in theBalkans was offered to thirty-four students of the Dijon campus ofSciences Po.In 2007, the association took part in organizing a festival, theFesti’Balkans in Dijon. Among the proposed events were: a photographyexhibition entitled “Faces from the Balkans” and the projection of a filmby A. Peeva, “Whose is this song?” (Adela-Media 2003).In 2008, the members of the association Bourgogne Balkans Expressentered a new stage by gathering researchers and experts of differenthorizons, European and Balkan, through various events engaging inreflexion on the issues and perspectives of the Balkans region.In May 2008, a workshop was dedicated to the Kosovo question: “Fromthe international protectorate to a redefinition of internationalengagement.”http://ec.europa.eu/enlargement/pdf/serbia/kosovo/redefining_international_engagement_in_kosovo_en.pdfThe following year, a second workshop on “Stabilisation and integrationperspectives for the Western Balkans”, was organized at the campus ofSciences Po Paris in Dijon.http://ec.europa.eu/enlargement/pdf/publication/stabilisation_and_integration_perspectives_for_the_western_balkans_en.pdfIn 2010, a third workshop focused on “Accession of the Western Balkansto the EU: evaluating a process.”http://ec.europa.eu/enlargement/pdf/publication/20100609_att4639135.pdf 19
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