About Project

The Regional Academy for Democracy is a unique initiative in political capacity building in the Western Balkans, supported by the European Union, Balkan Trust for Democracy and International Visegrad Fund. The project is implemented by seven civil society organizations, members of the Network of Schools of Political Studies operating under the auspices of the Council of Europe.

The Regional Academy for Democracy (RAD) aims to contribute to regional cooperation in the Western Balkans in the fields of democracy, human rights, justice and institution building, through building the capacities of next-generation political leadership and facilitating their mutual understanding and cooperation. Dedicated to already established political actors who will in the near future form the highest-level political leadership, the RAD aspires to shape a human infrastructure that will help solidify current democratisation processes, uphold the standards of human and minority rights above political or national interests, and embrace a spirit of regional cooperation and reconciliation with neighbours.

For more information please visit also the official website of the project: www.radwb.eu

Latest News

Regional Academy for Democracy program successfully closes in Belgrade

The Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence (BFPE) – along with six partner organizations, part of the Council of Europe’s Network of Schools of Political Studies – have successfully closed one of their most ambitious programs in political education and capacity-building so far, the Regional Academy for Democracy in Belgrade.

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Swiss ambassador address awareness messages to first time voters - VOA TV

2017-05-24 00:00:00

"Voice of America" report on the visit of the Swiss ambassador, Mr. Christoph Graf and Mrs. Zamira Gjini, director of Pre-University Education at the Ministry of Education and Sports, at the hig school "Asim Vokshi" in Tirana, under the program "Awareness raising campaign for first time voters 2017" on the eve of the next parliamentary elections.