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University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Administration

Training (first and continuous education)

The Consulting&Training center of the faculty organised some seminars for the participants from abroad

  • Local Self-Government in Kosovo – workshop for Kosovo Mayors (for OSCE)
  • Seminar for the Representatives of Local Communities from Southeast European Countries (for Stability Pact)
  • Reform and Modernisation of Local and Public Administration (for OSCE)
  • Municipal Property, Local Management and Local Finances – workshop for Kosovo (for The Peace Institute)
  • Human Resource Management – workshop for BiH (for OSCE)
  • Kosovar Trainers’ Study Tour – 2 MODULES: Policy Making and Managing Organisations (for the United Nations Development Programme Transversal skills – Basic training on cross-border cooperation

We helped to organise the following international conferences:

  • EGPA: European Group for Public Administration
  •  NISPAcee: Annual Conference
  •  SSPA : International Symposium on the Development of Public Administration inSoutheast Europe  (2007–2009)
  • TED 3: Third Trans-European Dialogue (2010)

Research / Applied research / Conferences

Faculty of Administration was/is a partner in the following projects and survey:

Project: European Learning for Public  Administration – EL4PA (2008-2010):

PARTNERS: CUAS, FA, ForSer, Euroinstitut

AIM: To promote European and in particular cross-border cooperation among public  actors and organisations by developing common methodologies and tools for the civil servants’ training as to encourage the mutual understanding and reduce the administrative barriers.

RESULTS:

  • models compared and evaluated in terms of transferability and innovativeness for improving attractiveness and quality of Public Administration training
  • discussions on common strategies and opportunities to develop training within the Euro-region “Carinthia – Friuli Venezia Giulia andSlovenia” developed
  • new cross-border projects and cooperations developed
  • common inquiry on cross-border cooperation and issues within the the Euro-region “Carinthia – Friuli Venezia Giulia andSlovenia”, designed by the partners.

Project: Transfrontier Euro-Institut  Network – TEIN (2010-2012):
OVERALL OBJECTIVE: Increase the professionalization of actors on transfrontier issues all over Europe, in different territorial contexts, in all sectors concerned.
AIM:  Exchange best practices/transfer tools/develop concepts, Capitalize on experiences, Develop a strategy of future common work; assess the need to and up a sustainable European network,  Analyse the relevance of a quality certification for organisations/training programs on cross-border issues.

The aim of this survey was to investigate the status quo and further potential of cross-border cooperation in the Alps-Adriatic-Region from the viewpoint of all current and future key actors; to reveal the advantages of cross-border cooperation; to detect possible barriers and to make recommendations for the optimal support and funding of currently existing and future cross-border activities.

The results of this study will be presented at the tri-national European Cross-border Symposium which will take place in Villachon March 2nd 2011.

  • Project: Transfrontier Euro-Institut  Network – TEIN (2010-2012)

Survey: Cross-National Empirical Survey and Analysis of the Current Situation and Future Potentials (FA, CUAS and Forser):

All three partners successfully carried out a Cross-National Empirical Survey on the subject of “Cross-border Cooperation in the Alps-Adriatic-Region”. The survey was carried out parallel inCarinthia,Sloveniaand Friuli Venezia Giulia in the period from July till November 2010.

The aim of this survey was to investigate the status quo and further potential of cross-border cooperation in the Alps-Adriatic-Region from the viewpoint of all current and future key actors; to reveal the advantages of cross-border cooperation; to detect possible barriers and to make recommendations for the optimal support and funding of currently existing and future cross-border activities.

The results of this study will be presented at the tri-national European Cross-border Symposium which will take place in Villachon March 2nd 2011.

Bilateral Projects:

Due to some EU-program constraints the partners also developed bilateral projects but always taking into account a trilateral viewpoint (joint project-idea and design but bilateral submission). In particular:

  • Bench-PA project –“Development of a benchmarking and benchlearning process among local public administrations in Carinthia andItaly” – in the framework of the Interreg Italy-Austria Programme (approved and started).
  • Bench-PA project – “Development of cross-border institutional cooperation by means of a benchmarking and benchlearning process among local public administrations” – in the framework of the Interreg Italy-Slovenia Programme (submitted).

Symposium at the faculty of Administration: International Symposium on the Development of Public Administration inSoutheast Europe  (2007–2009)

European Cross-border Symposium:

On March 2nd the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences, the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia and ForSer Formazione per la Pubblica Amministrazione, Regione Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy hosts a tri-national Symposium regarding the topic “Cross-Border Cooperation in the Alps-Adriatic-Region – Status, Potential and Perspectives – Learning from European Experiences”. Purpose of this event is to discuss the status quo as well as the future perspectives of cross-border cooperation within the region Carinthia/Friuli-Giulia Venezia/Slovenia and to demonstrate ways to promote a cooperative partnership within this region. Therefore numerous speakers from European Good-Practice regions as well as from politics, administration, economy and science will contemplate and discuss this topic from diverse perspectives as well as present approaches to reach this aim.

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