It is our pleasure to announce the successful closure of the Warsaw Euro-Atlantic Summer Academy (WEASA).
The Polish-American Freedom Foundation, the Natolin College of Europe, and the German Marshall Fund of the United States jointly launched a pilot project of WEASA. The 2013 Summer Academy was a two-week educational program, beginning July 14 and ending July 28, 2013, designed for policy analysts and experts from the Eastern Partnership states.
The partners believe that WEASA has deepened and expanded the understanding of the political world and enriched the participants’ analytical skills. The program has presented the theoretical foundations as well as cutting-edge research on regional and global environment, which will allow for formulating objective views and states’ policies back home. WEASA also served as a platform for challenging opinions and exchanging new project ideas.
Above all, the Warsaw Euro-Atlantic Summer Academy was a two-way educational undertaking. The WEASA faculty not only inspired, but was also inspired by the up-and-coming policy community from Eastern Europe and South Caucasus. insightful comments and shrewd questions raised throughout the Academy provided a domestic perspective on developments in the countries represented at WEASA.« all news