Beginning of the Round 2 and start of the application process for participation in the “EU Scheme for Young Professionals in BiH” were officially marked by the information presentations and Q&A sessions dubbed Online Info Days 1 and 2.
The main goal of the first online Info Day was to present the program to all interested parties. In addition to the moderator Una Bejtović, the following speakers honoured us with their special presence: Amila Lagumdžija, Project Director on behalf of the British Council; Miralem Smajić, participant of the Round 1 of the EU Scheme; Solene Burtz, representative of the Ecole nationale d’administration from France, the institution which will implement the first part of the training, and Etienne Garel from the College of Europe from Belgium which will be responsible for the second part of the training.
The second online Info Day focused on digitalisation of public services for provision of better support to citizens, which is one of the five topics about which participants of the Round 1 wrote public policy proposals. Participants in the discussion were: Sonja Turić, participant of the Round 1 of the EU Scheme for Young Professionals and representative of the working group that wrote the paper on digitalisation, Amila Lagumdžija, Project Director on behalf of the British Council, Edina Avdić, Advisor in the Division for Communication and Training in the Field of European Integration, Directorate for EU Integration of BiH Council of Ministers, Nedžib Delić, Head of Operations Unit, representative of the Public Administration Reform Coordinator’s Office, and Refik Begić, Director of FBiH Civil Service Agency.
Information on both online events is available in videos at the following links: