The Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) and the European Forum for Democracy and Solidarity (EFDS) cordially invite you to the second meeting in the framework of the Copenhagen revisited project.
The event is organised by FEPS and EFDS, in cooperation with the Progress Institute for Social Democracy and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Skopje, with support from the WBS Europe Fund. After discussing the lessons learnt from the recent EU enlargement rounds in 2004 and 2007, the objective of this seminar will be to debate about the main (political) challenges related to enlargement policy for both aspirant countries and EU institutions.
For further information concerning the meeting and the project, please contact Judit TÁNCZOS, FEPS Policy Advisor.
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