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BFPE began with national seminars as part of its oldest political education program, the Annual Seminar. Twenty-six participants had the opportunity to participate in three days of debates and workshops organized in Šabac from February 15 to 17.

The overarching theme of the seminar was the elements of the socio-economic development of Serbia. Over the course of three days, participants had the opportunity to hear lectures on social policy and the future of work, then on economic empowerment as a prerequisite for the fight against violence against women. Attendees had the opportunity to receive new information and exchange opinions on the topic of public opinion and socio-economic development and participate in training dedicated to the concept of leadership. Also, lectures were held on the topic of rural development policy and their application, and at the very end they had the opportunity to hear about the importance of adaptation to climate change in building a resilient society.

BFPE organizes its oldest and most important political education program as part of the Council of Europe School of Political Studies network, with the support of the Council of Europe.

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