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Emina Bekto

After achieving a BA in translation, Emina Bekto is currently enrolled in a MA program in international relations at Université de Bruxelles, specialized in Peace and Security studies. Hear area of interest is mainly European Foreign Policy regarding Western Balkans path to the EU. In this respect, her thesis is related to EU/Bosnia and Herzegovina relations, with a focus on the position of local political actors regarding the issue of EU integration. Emina is fluent in French, English, Bosnian and has a good command of Dutch as well as some knowledge of German.

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Aleksander Pecuch holds a BA in political science from the Université Libre de Bruxelles and is currently enrolled there in a MA program in political communication & lobbying. His thesis focuses on the decision-making processes related to the design of European transport infrastructure and their implementation. Aleksander is fluent in Polish, French and English and has a good knowledge of Arabic.


On 12 November 2019, Vocal Europe in cooperation with Portugal’s Permanent Representation to the EU organised the panel discussion “Taking Stock on Kosovo’s Rule of Law: Good Governance in a New-born State?” This event aimed at evaluating where Kosovo stands regarding reforms on its path to the EU in the fields of rule of law and fundamental rights ten years after its declaration of independence.

The panel was hosted by the Permanent representation of Portugal to the EU and moderated by Ebubekir Isik, senior policy analyst at Vocal Europe, with the contributions of: H.E José Fernando Costa Pereira, Permanent Representative to the Political and Security Committee at the Portuguese Permanent Representation to the EU; Elsa Fenet, Head of Division, Western Balkans at the European External Action Service; David Cullen, Head of Unit, DG Near at the European Commission; Mimoza Kusari-Lila, Member of Assembly of the Republic of Kosovo, Member of Vocal Europe’s Advisory Board; and Barbara Matias, Research Fellow at the Group for Legal and Political Studies.

 

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