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This panel was held in the framework of the 3rd annual international conference “Albanian Studies Days 2016”, 30th April 2016, organized by the European University of Tirana.
Recent global events and the current crises raise questions on identity issues, religion and their importance. Therefore, UET and UET Centre organized this year a special panel discussion, which addressed religious and identity issues in Albania by building an interdisciplinary public discussion at a high academic quality in the Albanian Academia. Some of the panelists were Albanian and foreign experts on religious studies, as well as imams and representatives of civil society. The panel was moderated by Dr. Arolda Elbasani, European University Institute Florence with a wide participation of Albanian professors and civil society representatives. During the event Mr. Derand Krasniqi, Mr. Besfort Lamallari, Dr. Enis Sulstarova, Dr. Enri Hide, Ermir Gjinishi, PhD (c) presented their papers focused on religious radicalism, enfringement of laicite in Albania and recent developments related to current events in national and international arena. The discussion was followed by a vivid debate on how the academic world in Albania should focus more on identity issues and religious studies. It was also emphasized the importance of following scientific approaches and carefully organized methodologies in order not to come up with misperceptions and wrong doing conclusions to certain group members of the society. The papers presented during the panel have publishing perspective and the participants agreed unanimously that now it is time to widen and deepen research on this field.

 

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shqiperia Fantastike HKFollowing the structuring of the scientific research and direction of the research work of PhD candidates according to Main Research Pillars, European University of Tirana in collaboration with UET Centre have now a general Research and Interdisciplinary Programme - ‘Innovative Albania 2015-2020’, under the auspices of Vice Rector for Science and Methodology, Prof. Asoc. Dr. (in process) Selami Xhepa.

researchPresentation of the findings of the regional research project:

Street Children in Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, Macedonia and Kosovo: Spaces and identities in a struggle for survival’

The European University of Tirana (UET) organised the Research Roundtable ‘Street Children in Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, Macedonia and Kosovo: Spaces and identities in a struggle for survival’ on the 15th June in order to present the key findings of this regional research project, supported by the Regional Research Promotion Programme (RRPP), University of Fribourg and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation. The research roundtable brought together the partner institutions in the project; representatives of governmental and non-governmental organisations working in areas of children rights, social inclusion, social policy and human rights at large as well as lecturers, students and other interested actors.

Strength

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 Strengthen the linkages between the universities and job provider institutions at central and local level.

 

Improve

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Improve the theoretical and practical knowledge of master’s students on territory administration, agricultural policies, rural development and innovation as well as their negotiation and participative decision-making skills.

Develop

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Develop a long term blended research network of EU and Albania researchers on these thematic.

 

Mission

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UET Centre intends to contribute towards the progress and democratization of the Albanian society through policy-oriented research projects, capacity building and joint programmes.

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