Time for WEASA Peer-to-Peer Meetings

We are pleased to announce that after the successful implementation of the pilot project WEASA peer-to-peer (P2P) professional meetings in 2022 together with our partners we agreed to continue this great initiative! The call for WEASA P2P meetings is open for 2023! Aim The aim of the initiative is to satisfy the requests and recommendations […]


WEASA2023 successfully concluded

Another successful edition has once again made its way into the history of WEASA. Hosted at the College of Europe in Natolin, the WEASA2023 Program was deliberately designed with the global geopolitical environment in mind, with a particular emphasis on the effects of the Russian aggression against Ukraine in the countries of Eastern Partnership and Western […]


Recruitment for WEASA2023 Group Facilitation is open!

Become a WEASA 2023 Alumni Group Facilitator! What does a group facilitator do? This year, like last two years, we will engage our alumni even more during the WEASA edition. We are seeking 5 WEASA Alumni to take an active leadership role this year to help manage and facilitate a group of participants. WEASA 2023 […]


Recruitment is open for #WEASA2023 – Apply now!

We are very pleased to announce that recruitment for the Warsaw Euro-Atlantic Summer Academy (WEASA) 2023 edition is now open!    WEASA is an annual summer school for mid-career professionals from the Eastern Partnership, the Western Balkans, and Poland. WEASA was founded in partnership by: The College of Europe in Natolin, the Polish-American Freedom Foundation and the German Marshall Fund of […]


WEASA P2P Meeting of Minel Abaz: what is common between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Georgia

Minel Abaz was still a student when he learnt about South Caucasus and Georgia and found many similarities between the two countries: as both are in the transition from socialism, both countries experienced war, and both are in quite similar positions regarding membership in the European Union.  The WEASA P2P initiative was a great opportunity […]


WEASA P2P Meeting of Edgar Amirkhanyan: Yerevan-Tirana-Bitola academic collaboration

For those who know Edgar Amirkhanyan, WEASA alumni from 2021, know that he is passionate about his job: he is a media professional, working at Eurasia International University in Yerevan, Armenia, responsible for communications. He constantly seeks to create new opportunities for students. This was his aim when he applied for the WEASA Peer-to-Peer Meetings […]


WEASA P2P Meeting of Kseniya Sotnikova: Kyiv – Tbilisi exchange for integration

European integration is in the heart of each Ukrainian and Kseniya is not an exception. As a practitioner, working for the EU Advisory Mission to Ukraine on civilian security sector reform, Kseniya is currently implementing research on the efficiency of international organizations into the reform processes in the countries on their path to EU membership. […]


WEASA P2P Meeting of Jovan Gjorgovski: From Skopje to Tbilisi with love

The idea to travel to Georgia came to Jovan’s mind during his participation in WEASA 2022. As he later pitched in his application for the WEASA Peer-to-Peer Meetings, he found striking parallels between the countries of the South Caucasus, in particular Georgia, and the Western Balkans. Being a Journalist and Editor at Kanal 5 in […]


WEASA Peer-to-Peer Professional Meetings

We are pleased to announce that we are launching a new initiative for our alumni members։ the WEASA peer-to-peer meetings!  Aim  The aim of the initiative is to satisfy the requests and recommendations of our alumni who want to get to know one another better. It will promote the interaction between alumni members by providing […]


WEASA 2022 successfully concludes

The Warsaw Euro-Atlantic Summer Academy (WEASA) has concluded the nine day program on Monday July 18th. Read more about the 2022 edition here. During WEASA, nearly 40 participants from Eastern Partnership and Western Balkan states took part in workshops, panel discussions and fireside chats. The intense program examined the current state of the information war […]