Regional Cooperation Programs
In order to promote political dialog and stability in the region, and also to more actively involve Romanian communities outside the border, FfP has also run regional cooperation programs, in partnership with organizations in the Centers for Pluralism Network in Hungary and Serbia.
  • Building the Future Together was a program run in partnership with Democracy After Communism (DAC), an organization with membership in the Centers for Pluralism Network in Hungary. There were 50 Hungarian and Romanian young political leaders that benefited from the program, representing parliamentary political parties from the two countries. The young politicians took part in courses regarding European integration, the expansion of NATO, minorities, tolerance and cultural diversity, cultural identity, economic cooperation and presented case studies on problems common to both countries.
  • The School for Young Political Leaders from Romania and Serbia was a program run in partnership with Civic Initiatives in Belgrade, a member organization of the Centers for Pluralism Network in Serbia and Montenegro. 84 young political and civic leaders from Romania and Serbia benefited from the program, which involved training sessions and study visits to Timisoara and Belgrade.
  • Stability through partnership was a training program which involved 40 young NGO representatives, journalists, civil servants, and elected officials from the Republic of Moldova.
  • The Regional School for Young Political and Civic Leaders is a training program which involves 40 young NGO and political leaders from Moldova and Romania.