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Conference "Public Governance as the Foundation of European Integration", 23-24 June 2016, Vienna
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SpeakerPresentationSessionOrganisationCountry
Natasha AcevskaFinancing the Local Public Services and InvestmentsPractice Session 1 - Strengthening Public Finance Governance in South Eastern Europe: Complementing National and Sub-National LevelsNetwork of Associations of Local Authorities in South East Europe (NALAS)The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Alexandru AmbrosCouncil of Europe Governance Programme: Municipal Best PracticesPractice Session 2 - Better Services through Strong CitiesMayor of Ungheni City, Republic of MoldovaMoldova
Marta Arsovska TomovskaPanel DiscussionPanel Discussion - Public Administration Reform as key for the EU enlargement processMinister of Information Society and Administration, the former Yugoslav Republic of MacedoniaThe former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Vladimir BozinovskiMunicipal Finance Self-Assessment – World Bank Tool for Local Government AssessmentPractice Session 2 - Better Services through Strong CitiesMunicipality of Gazi Baba, MacedoniaThe former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Renate BraunerWelcome and Opening of the ConferenceWelcome SessionExecutive City Councillor of Finance, Economic and International Affairs of the City of ViennaAustria
Bernard BrunetThe Role of Public Administration Reform in the EU Accession ProcessTowards Public Governance – Improving Public Administration in EuropeDG NEAR, European CommissionBelgium
Dragutin DjekovicMunicipal Finances: How to Do InvestmentsPractice Session 2 - Better Services through Strong CitiesCapital City of Podgorica, MontenegroMontenegro
Mairi EvansLocal and Regional Governments contributing to Governance and Public Administration ReformTowards Public Governance – Improving Public Administration in EuropeGovernance Committee of the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities, Council of EuropeFrance
Klajda GjoshaPanel DiscussionPanel Discussion - Public Administration Reform as key for the EU enlargement processMinister of European Integration, AlbaniaAlbania
Vladimir GligorovIntroduction and moderationPractice Session 1 - Strengthening Public Finance Governance in South Eastern Europe: Complementing National and Sub-National LevelsVienna Institute for International Economic StudiesAustria
Santiago GonzalezGovernment at a Glance – Contributing to Public Administration ReformTowards Public Governance – Improving Public Administration in EuropeOrganisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)France
Johannes HahnFundamentals first: Good governance as The Foundation for European IntegrationPolitical SessionCommissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy & Enlargement NegotiationsBelgium
Milena HaritoThe Albanian experience in the field of Civil Service Reform towards a Better Public GovernancePractice Session 3 - Modern Human Resource Management for Better Public GovernanceMinister for Innovation and Public Administration of AlbaniaAlbania
Florian HauserQuality of Public Administration – A Toolbox for Public Administration ReformTowards Public Governance – Improving Public Administration in EuropeEuropean Commission DG EmploymentBelgium
Michael HäuplVienna - the Governance Hub of the Danube RegionPolitical SessionMayor and Governor of ViennaAustria
Naim IsmajliNALAS Contribution to Stronger Cities in the Western BalkansPractice Session 2 - Better Services through Strong CitiesPresident of NALAS and Mayor of Shtime Municipality, KosovoThe former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Gennadiy KosyakThe Governance Tools of the Council of EuropePractice Session 3 - Modern Human Resource Management for Better Public GovernanceCentre for Expertise for Local Government Reform, Council of EuropeFrance
Bernhard KrabinaOrganiserKDZ - Centre for Public Administration ResearchAustria
Aleksandar KrzalovskiGood Governance and Civil Society in MacedoniaPractice Session 4 - Civil Society as Partner of Public GovernanceCivil Society Department at Macedonian Center for International CooperationThe former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Milena LazarevicMonitoring Public Administration Reforms by civil society in the Western BalkansPractice Session 4 - Civil Society as Partner of Public GovernanceEuropean Policy Centre (CEP)Serbia
Michael LinhartThe Berlin process as driver for EU accession and Good GovernanceWelcome SessionAustrian Ministry of European Integration and Foreign AffairsAustria
Stefan August LütgenauModeratorPractice Session 4 - Civil Society as Partner of Public GovernanceFoster Europe, Foundation for strong European RegionsAustria
Jan Meyer-SahlingImproving Merit Recruitment Practices in the Western BalkansPractice Session 3 - Modern Human Resource Management for Better Public GovernanceUniversity of NottinghamUnited Kingdom
Mojmir MrakSuccessful Public Finance Knowledge Sharing: the Case of Strategic Planning and Budgeting ProjectPractice Session 1 - Strengthening Public Finance Governance in South Eastern Europe: Complementing National and Sub-National LevelsCenter of Excellence in Finance (CEF)Slovenia
Fatos MustafaManaging Public Employment – Towards Merit Based Recruitment in Public Administration in the Western BalkansPractice Session 3 - Modern Human Resource Management for Better Public GovernanceRegional School of Public Administration (ReSPA)Montenegro
Goran PastrovicModeratorPractice Session 3 - Modern Human Resource Management for Better Public GovernanceRegional School of Public Administration (ReSPA)Montenegro
Andrej PlenkovicPanel DiscussionPanel Discussion - Public Administration Reform as key for the EU enlargement processMember of the European Parliament, former Secretary of State for European Integration, CroatiaBelgium
Thomas ProrokDanube Governance Hub and Common Assessment Framework – The European Guideline for Public GovernanceTowards Public Governance – Improving Public Administration in EuropeKDZ - Centre for Public Administration Research; CAF-Center AustriaAustria
Marga PröhlEuropean Public Sector Awards – Learning from the BestTowards Public Governance – Improving Public Administration in EuropeEuropean Institute of Public Administration (EIPA)Netherlands
Ivan RadulovicBetter Regulation Efforts in Western BalkansPractice Session 3 - Modern Human Resource Management for Better Public GovernanceMinistry of Finance of Montenegro / Regional School of Public Administration (ReSPA)Montenegro
Michael RalphThe Role of the EU Danube Macro-Regional StrategyTowards Public Governance – Improving Public Administration in EuropeDG REGIO, European CommissionBelgium
Lejla ResicModernisation of Civil Service in Bosnia and HerzegovinaPractice Session 3 - Modern Human Resource Management for Better Public GovernanceMinister of Administration and Local Self-Government, Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and HerzegovinaBosnia and Herzegovina
Christian RuppDigital Austria: from eGovernment to eGovernancePractice Session 4 - Civil Society as Partner of Public GovernanceFederal Chancellery of the Republic of AustriaAustria
Rudolf SchickerModeratorPanel Discussion - Public Administration Reform as key for the EU enlargement processCoordinator of PA 10 of the European Union Strategy for the Danube RegionAustria
Aida SokoAnti-corruption and transparency measures in Federation of Bosnia and HerzegovinaPractice Session 4 - Civil Society as Partner of Public GovernanceOffice of the Prime Minister of the Federation of BiHBosnia and Herzegovina
Goran SvilanovicPublic Administration Reform in South-East Europe: Common Challenges, Needs and OpportunitiesWelcome SessionSecretary General, Regional Cooperation Council (RCC)Bosnia and Herzegovina
Péter SzegvariModernisation of Human Resource Practices in Budapest after EU AccessionPractice Session 2 - Better Services through Strong CitiesCity of BudapestHungary
Erhan TurbedarThe Balkan Barometer 2015 & 2016 Measuring Public GovernanceTowards Public Governance – Improving Public Administration in EuropeRegional Cooperation Council (RCC)Bosnia and Herzegovina
Kori UdovickiPanel DiscussionPanel Discussion - Public Administration Reform as key for the EU enlargement processDeputy Prime Minister, Minister of Public Administration and Local Self-Government, SerbiaSerbia
Peter VagiSupporting PAR in the Framework of EU-Accession - Lessons learned by SIGMATowards Public Governance – Improving Public Administration in EuropeSupport for Improvement in Governance and Management (SIGMA)France
Kelmend ZajaziModeratorPractice Session 2 - Better Services through Strong CitiesNetwork of Associations of Local Authorities in South East Europe (NALAS)The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia