Analytica took part at the 2nd International Balkan Congress, organized by the Turkish Asian Center for Strategic Studies, that was taking place from 24 to 26 April in Tekirdag, Turkey. This congress was aimed at developing interaction among the Balkan countries and determining the existing conditions in political, economic and cultural cooperation. Among other participants from different Balkan countries, a delegate of Analytica was honored to be present as well.
In August 2008, for the purpose of the EFB Project “Building National Capacities: Harmonization, Legislation and Management”, within the Agriculture, Rural Development and Environment Programme, Analytica performed field research on waste management in Macedonia. The research led us in front of the gates of Euroland, dairy farm outside of Skopje. We witnessed the daily activities on the farm, while visiting and learning for the history of the farm and for the production activities. Our main interest was the handling of the huge amounts of waste (mainly biowaste) that is produced on daily basis. This fruitful visit is available to see via Windows Media Player...
For the second time Analytica took part at the 5th Annual Career Fair, which took place on the SEEU campus on May 21st 2009. On the fair we presented our Internship Programme to the students of the South East European University in Tetovo. With the career fair the SEEU offers to its student an opportunity to gain employment and internships at one of the approximately 40 companies and organizations that attended the fair this year. The Career Fair provides an exceptional opportunity for students to interact with employers, discuss job and internship opportunities, the matching of qualifications and skills with employer and general labor market demands.
Our Research Fellows Natasha Hroneska and Andreja Bogdanovski took active participation at the Leadership Development Programmes for SEE and EU, organized by the Transfuse Association, the College of Europe and the European Fund for the Balkans (EFB). The programme is structured around three complementary activities with the aim of providing participants with a comprehensive understanding of the European Union and its relation to Southeast Europe.