Accreditation of the press

Please note that due to limited capacity of the premises registration is possible only until September 17th 2012.

Please note that the organizers are NOT able to provide you with travel and accommodation costs.

Please indicate in the registration form your preferences for particular Sessions (both for Day 1 and Day 2). Each Session will host approximately 20 guests and the organizers will do their best to register you to one particular you have chosen.

Please note that participation could be taken in one Session per day only.


Day 1

Session 1: UNSCR 1325 in the Region: Translating Policy into Practice (in parthenrship with UN Women)

Session 2: Frozen conflicts or Frozen Lives?

Session 3: Cyber War and Cyber Crime: Responding to the Governance Challenges (in partnership with DCAF)

Day 2

Opening Panel: New Paradigm of the Region: Are the Balkans Finally a Success Story?

Plenary Panel 1: Is there an Exit out of the European Crisis of Economy and Democracy? (in partnership with the Slovak Atlantic Commission)

Lunch-hour Discussion: Mission Possible - How Can a Civil Society Organisation Influence SSR in the Country in Transition?

Session 4: Crisis and Opportunity: An Unfinished Peace in Kosovo (co-organised with the Council for Inclusive Governance)

Session 5: The Nordic Model of Cooperation on Foreign and Security Policy

Session 6: Fighting the Financial Crisis: the Eurozone and Beyond

Thematic discussion 1: New Energy Partnerships: Is Energy Security a Source of Concern or an Anchor of Stability?

Thematic discussion 2: China's New Role in a World in Crisis

Thematic discussion 3: Migration and the Future of European Identity

Special Networking Meeting (hosted by UNDP/SEESAC)

Presentation of the policy brief: The Visegrad Group: Exploring New Agenda for the Western Balkans (co-organised with the Slovak Atlantic Commission)

Pre-premier: The Second Meeting (Crystal Ballroom)

Day 3

Plenary Panel 2: The Consequences of the Crisis for Human Security at Home and Abroad (in partnership with UNDP/SEESAC)

Plenary Panel 3: Women and the Crisis: Is there a Different Approach to Confronting Challenges? (in partnership with UN Women)