U fokusu rada Instituta za evropske poslove je praćenje pregovora Srbije sa EU i jačanje kapaciteta svih uključenih u procesu. Imajući u vidu složenost i dugotrajnost ovog procesa, Institut okuplja veliki broj stručnih saradnika sa kojima organizuje treninge, debate i druga usavršavanja zato što želimo da svojim radom doprnesemo boljem razumevanju evroatlantskih integracija. Institut radi na organizovanju treninga i pružanju multiperspektivnih informacija kako bismo omogućili aktivno učešće stručne javnosti i građana u procese donošenja odluka. Institut aktivno zagovara i zalaže se za temeljne reforme u okviru pegovaračkog procesa i u saradnji sa partnerima jačamo kapacitete Srbije da se suoči sa izazovima u globalnom svetu kroz zajedničko delovanje, koje za krajnji cilj ima aktivno članstvo Srbije u evroatlantskim okvirima za dobrobit svih građana.

Narrative Report

Ambassadors’ name

Mergime Kajtazi

Date of the discussion

24.01.2014

Place and address

Tavnik, Mitrovica, 40000

Name and contact person in the Institution

Shpresa Musa

Number of Participants

24

No of female Participants

12

No of Male Participants

12

Occupation of the Participants

students

3y

What was the topic of the discussion and how was organised?

The topic was: The reconciliation between Kosovo and Serbia as a way to get into the European Union. It was organized in form of a debate between me as a Youth Reconciliation Ambassador and the high school students.

Explain the reaction of the participants on your speech.

They seemed satisfied with the discussion and seemed very interested in participating in the next generation of YRA-s.

Have you notice the impact of your lecture on the participants? Explain.

What I have noticed was that they were actually kind of ready to forgive in order to move on.

What were the questions posed by the participants and how did you react?

How did you go there? Was it dangerous? What city is Belgrade? What are the people? Did you talk Albanian there? What did the minister say about our situation? When will they accept Kosovo as a country? These were the most common questions and I gave them honest answers and told them things I heard and saw in Belgrade.

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