13 February 2007
The Civil Society demands the relaxation of conflictuality of the election campaign

3 February 2007
Local elections 2007 online by the MJAFT Movement

30 January 2007
Seminar on “Improving public transportation in the region of Tirana”

23 Janauary 2007
Memorandum of civil society to protect its own constitutional rights

18 January 2007
Call of the civil society for a civilized election campaign

22 December 2007
Winners announced for the “Public-private partnership” contest

19 December 2006
Workshop "Albania's Interim Agreement with the EU and its effects on the Albanian Business"

1 December 2006
Debate of the civil society about
the new draft law concerning the State Police

21 November 2006
Presenting the findings of the survey “Albania and the EU – Perceptions and Realities”

18 November 2006
The Conference “Albania and Greece – Mutual perceptions”

6-10 November 2006
Seminar on the challenges of European Integration

3 November 2006
Debate about book policies in the countries of Western Balkans

3 November 2006
AUBG closes recruitment ceremony with fourth-grade students of high schools in Tirana

1 November 2006

Organization that builds school
wins case against Albanian government

14 October 2006
Standards in pre-university education


10 October 2006

Presentation of the monitoring report ivote.com - January-July 2006

16 September 2006

Historical turns and the return of memory
 
 
 
 
   
 

18 November 2006

Upon the initiative of the Institute for Dialogue and Communication and the Greek Embassy; and with the financial support of the Soros Foundation, the Conference on the Mutual Albanian Greek perceptions was held in Tirana on 18 November to discuss stereotypes between the two nations.

Due to a number of historical conditions, prejudice, stereotypes and misperceptions have been created which affect the optics the members of the two nations view each-other. Media plays a special role in the creation or combat of these negative phenomena. The first of this kind, the Conference placed at its focus the need to improve Media performance in this regard. Most of the discussions in the Conference set to provide an analysis of the concrete cases in the recent years. However, discussions also pointed to the need for greater and better awareness in the future.
The Conference was attended by renowned personalities of the academia and media worlds in both countries. The conference also saw the presence of the Foreign Minister of Albania, Besnik Mustafa, and the Greek Ambassador, Constantinos Kokossis, who contributed their valuable perspectives to the discussions.