Negotiation in the European Union


NOVOTEL Sarajevo Bristol, Fra Filipa Lastrića 2

Negotiation in the European Union is skill that many state officials will need at some point in their careers. Negotiations in the EU are different from the business negotiations, but also from other multilateral negotiations. On the one hand, this is result of (unwritten) rules in the decision-making process in the EU, including the sole European institutions, and on the other hand, dynamic is shaped by the binding nature of the outcome of negotiations on national legislations. This training will deal with topics such as role of the rotating presidency, rules of behavior during meetings in Brussels, and the difference between formal and informal negotiations in the EU.

More information regarding training is available HERE.

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This training is part of the project “Policies through Knowledge: Improving Policy-making Capacities and Processes in Bosnia and Herzegovina” which is implemented by the Center for Social Research Analitika and the Netherlands Institute of International Relations Clingendael, in partnership with the Civil Service Agency of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The project is financed by MATRA programme within the Netherlands Fund for Regional Partnerships of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.


Themes: Institucionalno komuniciranje