Zagreb: European Commission Representation in the Republic of Croatia, August Cesarec street no. 4
Wednesday 25th November 2015 in 10.00 hours
The Institute for Development and International Relations and the European Commission Representation in the Republic of Croatia are organizing the round table Challenges of the European Semester for the New EU member states and Croatia – how to proceed?. The round table will be held on Wednesday the 25th of November 2015, in the House of Europe, August Cesarec street no. 4. between 10.00 a.m. and 13.00 p.m. The round table is the first public event within the three year Jean Monnet project for institutional support POLO-Cro28 – Policy Observatory in Croatia which is implemented by IRMO since this September, and which is financed from the Erasmus + program of the European Commission.
The goal of the round table is strengthening awareness about importance of the European Semester, as the surveillance and coordination instrument of the EU member states’ economic and fiscal policies, for more efficient implementation of reforms in Croatia and the impacts of these reforms on society at large. As part of discussions the dynamics of activities within the European Semester will be analysed, importance of the European Semester for the new EU member states as well as progress in implementation of reforms comprised by the European Semester. The speakers will be high representative of the European Commission in Zagreb, the ambassadors of the Czech Republic and Slovakia, Croatian economic experts form the bodies of state administration, independent experts from the academic community and civil society as well as representatives of the social partners.
Working language is Croatian.