The Kokkalis Program at Harvard Kennedy School, in collaboration with the Southeast European Study Group of Harvard's Center for European Studies in 1999 launched the annual Kokkalis Graduate Student Workshop on Southeastern Europe. The Workshop takes place every February and is a forum for graduate students and scholars who are focusing their studies on Southeastern and East-Central Europe.
The goal of the Workshop is to bring together graduate students from around the world and of all disciplines of social science to present papers on issues related to Southeastern Europe. It is an exciting opportunity for students, faculty and others interested in the region to meet and exchange views on issues such as foreign policy, security, civil society, human rights, media, crime and corruption, economic reform, public administration and policy. Graduate students submit proposals for papers to present and then are sponsored to travel to Cambridge and participate in the Workshop. Ensuing the Workshop, the Kokkalis Program publishes a few outstanding papers in its Working Papers Series.
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