REFORMS AND MODERNIZATION OF ADMINISTRATION IN WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES AND THEIR EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE

30-10-2005
The European Institute and the “Euro-Balkan” Institute, Skopje organize an International conference “Reforms and modernization of administration in Western Balkan countries and their European perspective”. The Conference will take place at 09:00 on 28 October 2005 in the Hall in Holiday Inn in Skopje, Macedonia.

Conference Agenda:

09.00 - 9.30 Registration of the Participants
9.30 - 9.45 Openning

Mrs. Juliana Nikolova, European Institute
Dr. Jovan Donev, Director, EuroBalkan Institute
Mrs. Malinka Ristovska, Chief of Cabinet of Miss. Radmila Sekerinska, the Vice Prime Minister of the Governmeжnt of RM in charge of European Integration

PANEL I:STATUS OF THE CIVIL SERVICE AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Moderator: Representative of the EuroBalkan Institute, Macedonia

9.45 -10.45

The role of training in public administration Human resource management
Ms. Mira Mitrushi, Albania:

Structure and status of the civil service Structure and status of the civil service
Mrs. Tatjana Trendafilova, Macedonia:

Salary reform in public administration Human resource management
Ms. Enkela Dudushi, Albania

Recent Legislation and Further Reforms of the Serbian State Administration
Dr. Jovan Teokarevic, Serbia and Montenegro


10:45 – 11:15 Discussion

11.15 - 11.30 Coffee-Break

PANEL II: MECHANISMS FOR POLICY COORDINATION
Moderator: Mrs. Stanka Delcheva, Bulgaria, European Institute, Sofia

11:30 – 12:30

National System for Coordination of Training and Professional Development of Civil Servants in the Republic of Macedonia
Mr. Metodija Dimovski, General Secretary of the Civil Servants Agency of the RM

Reform of Public Administration
Mr. Teodor Antic, Croatia

The role of e-Governance in the modernization of the Public Administration in BiH
Mr. Zlatan Burzic, BiH

The Functional Reviews and Beyond: Towards a Coherent Strategy for PAR in BiH
Mr. Gianni La Ferrara, BiH

12.30 – 13:00 Discussion

13.00 – 14:30 LUNCH RECEPTION

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