22 November 2013
Podgorica - ESI at round table on European integration and corruption
Podgorica. Photo: flickr/Michel27
Podgorica. Photo: flickr/Michel27

ESI deputy chairman Kristof Bender spoke in Podgorica at a roundtable on "The European integration process and the fight against high-level corruption." The event, organised by the Montenegrin weekly Monitor and supported by the embassies of the Netherlands and Austria, was part of the project "Journalistic investigation and debate - EU integration process, rule of law and the fight against corruption and organised crime".

Other speakers included Mitja Drobnic, Head of the Delegation of the EU to Montenegro, Slaven Radunovic, Chair of the Committee on European Integration of the Parliament of Montenegro, Svetlana Rajkovic, Deputy Minister of Justice of the Government of Montenegro, Marko Prelec, Director of the Balkans Project of the International Crisis Group and Tea Gorjanc Prelevic, Executive Director of Human Rights Action.

Time and place: Friday, 22 November 2013, 10.00-13.30, Hotel Ramada, Blv. Save Kovacevica 74, Podgorica

The main points of discussion will be published as a special supplement of the weekly Monitor.

Additional information: Conference Programme

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