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Short specialized international cycle in public administration (CISAP) - Eu Diplomacy : Main actors and challenges

The 2016 Global Strategy for the European Union’s Foreign and Security Policy provided an opportunity for new developments in the field of the EU’s external action and a new approach toward its diplomatic priorities.

ENA’s CISAP ‘EU Diplomacy, Main Actors and Challenges’ was held in Paris from 24th to 28th of April. The main objective of this seminar was to address key strategic issues related to this change. Civil servants from the EU Member States (Croatia, Bulgaria and Romania), candidate countries (Kosovo) and third countries (Byelorussia, Nigeria, Israel and Ukraine) took part to this seminar in order to refine their understanding of the EU’s external policy and to discuss some of the most pressing challenges that the EU is facing today including security, border control, immigration, energy and economic relations with countries outside the EU.

The next edition of this seminar will take place in 2018. For more information about our trainings in the field of public administration, European issues and international affairs please have a look at our 2017 catalogue.

A few words from participants :

  • A unique opportunity to interact with speakers and colleagues from different countries… I’ve broaden my knowledge about European challenges.
  • Thanks to ENA I have received a unique opportunity to work with colleagues from European countries.
  • The training was very well organized in all aspects. The topics covered and discussed were extremely useful and interactively presented by high professionals. The knowledge and competences acquired during the training, I believe, will be highly beneficial for my job and professional development. I would like to congratulate and thank the team of the training, both the organizers and the lecturers.