17 December 2015
Sarajevo – ESI discusses with BiH youth the future of EU enlargement
Adnan Cerimagic speaking at the conference in Sarajevo. Photo: IGAS
Adnan Cerimagic speaking at the conference in Sarajevo. Photo: IGAS

ESI's analyst Adnan Cerimagic took part in a round table with the title "Beyond European Forum Alpbach: Sarajevo World Café on EUvaluation", which was organized by the Initiative Group Alpbach Forum Sarajevo (IGAS) and the Sarajevo Faculty of Economics in Sarajevo.

The event was attended by students and teaching staff of Sarajevo University as well as young professionals. Adnan presented ESI's ideas and latest reports on EU conditionality towards Bosnia and the future of EU enlargement. Other speakers included representatives of the Austrian embassy in Sarajevo, local developmental agencies and young entrepreneurs.

Adnan Cerimagic speaking to students, teaching staff and young professionals. Photo: IGAS
Adnan Cerimagic speaking to students, teaching staff and young professionals. Photo: IGAS
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