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The Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe (IDM), Vienna, is organizing the Young Scientists Forum on Central and South East Europe

Aims of the project:
- Motivation and reinforcement of young scientists to engage in the region Central and South East Europe;
- Presentation of research projects for the public;
- Promoting exchange of information and creation of networking;
- Promotion of mobility;
- Publication of the lectures in a well-known journal;

Target group:
Young scientists from/residing in Austria, Central and South East Europe dealing with South
East Europe* in the fields of economics, geography, history, law, political sciences and

Date and location:
The symposium will take place in December 4-6, 2008 in Vienna.

- Lectures by high level experts and young scientists;
- Presentation of research papers/projects prepared by the participants;
- (Plenary) discussions;
- Information on EU measures of promotion of science;
- Excursion on the 6th of December

Applications for participation may be handed in by e-mail until April 1st, 2008 and should
include a CV and an abstract (2 pages) of the research project/paper that shall be presented
and discussed at the symposium.

Subsidy for travel expenses can be granted in selected cases.
Low-budget accommodation is organised by IDM, the costs can be granted in selected cases.

Language: English

Applications should be sent to:
Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe (IDM)
Ms. Gejsi Plaku

* Young scientists up to 35 years
* Including: Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Montenegro, Republic of Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia

Към новина: 12/02/2008 "System changes of South East European societies: Social, political and demographic consequences"

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