From 8th to 12th of June, the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Regional Dialogue Southeast Europe and the Institute for Democratic Engagement Southeast...more
On the second anniversary of signing the Prespa Agreement, the Friedrich-EbertStiftung announces that Zoran Zaev will be awarded the Human Rights...more
The EU-summit on May 6, 2020, will confirm the good news for the Western Balkans: the European Commission will start accession talks with North...more
After more than two decades of engagement in southeastern Europe, the FES recognizes that the challenges and problems still facing this region can best be resolved through a shared regional framework. Our commitment to advancing our core interests in democratic consolidation, social and economic justice and peace through regional cooperation, has since 2015 been strengthened by establishing an infrastructure to coordinate the FES' regional work out of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina: the Regional Dialogue Southeast Europe (Dialogue SOE).
The FES operates individual country offices across the whole of southeastern Europe. Dialogue Southeast Europe cooperates closely with these offices to advance social democratic initiatives at the domestic and regional levels. For further information on the specific research, advocacy, and policy work of our colleagues, please contact directly our sister offices in Croatia/Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia/Montenegro, Macedonia, Albania, Kosovo, Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova, Greece, Turkey, and Cyprus.