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Urban Partnership Program 'Placemaking' Workshop Belgrade, September 19-20, 2019

Merging the Split: Converting Spaces into Places April 25-26 - Split, Croatia

City to City Dialogue - Cities, Drivers of Economy, Vision 2030 Skopje, April 10-12, 2019.

UPP Technical Workshop on Municipal Finance and Urban Audit October 25-26, 2018 - Vlore, Albania

UPP MFSA Workshop Sarajevo, 25-26. 9. 2018

UPP Urban Planning 'Placemaking' Workshop in Nis, Serbia, June 21-22 2018

Mayor’s Symposium on Sustainable and Inclusive Urban Development in South-East Europe 26-27 February 2018, Vienna

World Bank - Austria Urban Partnership Program (UPP) City to City Dialogue: November 14-15, 2017 Skopje

Regional Conference “Socially Inclusive Cities” Cities For The People - Making Collaborative Governance Happen, March 26 - 28, 2017, Zagreb - Croatia

Regional Conference “Cities with Integrity” World Bank - Austria Urban Partnership Program (UPP), Belgrade, Serbia: January 29-31, 2017
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"The MFSA tool is very useful and can help LGs assess their financial performance and look for additional financing. On the other hand, it is a huge responsibility to translate the budget into strategies that will drive LG's development",
Reisa Duraj, Head of Finance and Treasure Relations Sector of the Shkoder Municipality, Albania

"This capacity building program will enhance knowledge and skills of local governments, particularly of medium and large cities."

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Municipal Solid Waste Management: Overcoming sector challenges towards EU harmonization

May 16-20, 2011
Held at the JVI in Vienna, the workshop was targeted at policy makers, senior officials, practitioners, and other representatives from local and national authorities and public utilities from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia. Participants were offered the opportunity to attend a dissemination conference followed by a series of thematic workshop sessions, to learn from their peers in the region and from more advanced EU Member Countries. The training was designed to be practitioner-oriented and hands-on, focusing on identified issues in the targeted countries and drawing from lessons and practice experience in the EU and world-wide. The focus was on municipal solid waste, such as household waste, waste from commercial entities, and comparable types of waste, but did not include industrial waste, healthcare waste, or other types of hazardous waste.