Conferences

BESA Scientific Conference 2019

Europe in my profession project

On 2 and 3 November 2019, a national scientific conference of the Bulgarian European Studies Association (BESA) was held in Veliko Tarnovo, implemented with the help of the European Union’s Erasmus + Program.

The reason for the Bulgarian researchers and students to gather in the old capital city this time was twofold – firstly, to get acquainted with the results of the BESA project “Europe in my profession” and secondly, to discuss the European Parliament elections, held in the spring of 2019, and the new chalenges facing the EU governance, policies and economy.

The participants in conference thoroughly analyzed the impact that European legal norms and European policies have on the professional development of young people in ten professional areas covered by the project: translation services, law, foreign trade, finance, agriculture, architecture and urban planning, environment, tourism, engineering and medicine. More information about the results of the project discussion can be found on the internet site https://www.eumypro.eu

The presentations during the scientific conference were implemented by prominent researchers from Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski ”, New Bulgarian University, University of National and World Economy, Southwestern University “ Neofit Rilski“, “St. Cyril and St. Methodius” University of Veliko Tarnovo”, Technical University, Sofia, Dgricultural University, Plovdiv, University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy, Medical University – Varna.

A Proceedings of the Conference will be soon published.

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On 27.02.2018 a seminar on EU-Turkey relations was held in the UNWE’s Great Conference Hall in the context of the Bulgarian EU Presidency. BESA was co-organizer of the seminar.

PROGRAM OF THE SEMINAR ON EU-TURKEY RELATIONS AND THE BULGARIAN PRESIDENCY OF THE COUNCIL OF THE EU

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Importance and Perspectives of EU-Turkey Trade Relations and Bulgaria-Turkey Trade Relations in the Framework of the Customs Union

 

2017 annual scientific conference of the Bulgarian European Studies Association was hold on 26 October 2017 in the House of Europe in  Sofia under the motto

The European Union beyond 2020: In Search of Identity, Sustainability and Growth

Conference Program and Papers are published below:

2017 BESA Conference Program

2017 BESA Conference Papers

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 Deputy Minister Monika Panayotova welcomed the participants in the conference

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Panel discussions

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The audience follows with interest the discussion