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Power and influence in the Digital Age

WEASA 2021 will take place July 12-21, 2021. Due to restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic and in the interest of the safety of our participants and staff, we have opted to organize the 2021 edition of the academy in a wholly online format.

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Digital Affairs for the foreseeable future

WEASA (short for the Warsaw Euro-Atlantic Summer Academy) is a now-annual summer school for mid-career professionals from the Eastern Partnership, the Western Balkans, and Poland. A wide range of policy analysts, experts, advisers, civil servants, NGO professionals, journalists, and journalists have taken part in the academy so far.

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The WEASA communications platform is the one-stop-shop for all WEASA participants, alumni and partners. The platform allows users to interact with each other, share announcements, and learn about upcoming and exciting WEASA activities.

The platform was designed to build an even stronger WEASA network of participants, alumni and partners. The WEASA team encourages all Alumni to sign up to start networking and communicating with their peers from their edition and other editions.

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05/05/2021

WEASA Opportunities #3: Priceless connections

WEASA brings together professionals from 13 countries!  Once you arrive in WEASA you have the chance to meet policy analysts, experts, advisers, civil servants, NGO professionals or journalists from the countries of the Eastern Partnership, the Western Balkans and Poland, who are eager to enhance their network. Each year we add about 50 more WEASA alumni members!    WEASA is about good connections and it is up to you […]

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29/04/2021

“Storytelling, Propaganda, and the Crisis of Western Liberalism” Workshop on May 5

The Warsaw Euro-Atlantic Summer Academy (WEASA) is pleased to invite you to take part in a special workshop titled: “Storytelling, Propaganda, and the Crisis of Western Liberalism”, which will take place on May 5th, at 17.00 Warsaw time (CET). The workshop will be conducted by Brian Whitmore – a non-resident Senior Fellow with The Atlantic Council’s Eurasia Center and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at […]

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29/04/2021

New deadline for #WEASA2021 applications: May 15th

We are pleased to announce that we have extended the deadline for WEASA2021 until May 15th.   We encourage all those interested to register and submit your applications on time!  Click here to register and start the application process:  More information about #WEASA2021 can be found here: https://www.weasa.org/editions/weasa-2021/  For WEASA alumni – Do not forget to register to our Communication Platform and start interacting with your colleagues from all previous WEASA editions.  For the ones […]

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