President Stevo Pendarovski addressed today Module II of the 2023 School Policies at the Presidential Center for Political Education, which was held this weekend in Ohrid.
Before the participants of this year’s School of Policies, President Pendarovski spoke about the current and future political and security challenges facing North Macedonia.
In his address, President Pendarovski spoke about the overall situation in our country on a political level, in the context of the political dialogue in the country and the situations and challenges for the Macedonian European integration, about the security and geopolitical developments in Europe and the region, and he also referred to the topics of the socio-economic development and the prospects for the youth in the country.
Module II of the School of Policies discussed the participation of young people in the labor market and policies to reduce youth emigration from the country, active social policies to encourage socioeconomic development, the impact of business innovations and startups on economic growth, and the future of capitalism and globalization, as well as policies for the protection and promotion of the rights of marginalized groups in the Macedonian society.
Module II of the School of Policies was opened by the director of the “Friedrich Ebert Foundation for North Macedonia and Kosovo, Rene Schlee, and lectures were also given by the Minister of Labor and Social Policy, Jovana Trenchevska, and Natasha Boshkova from the Coalition for Sexual and Health Rights of Marginalized Communities “Margini”, Vancho Uzunov, professor of the Law Faculty “Iustinianus Primus”, Gligor Bishev, President of the Council for promotion of higher education and strategic research at the Chamber of Commerce of North Macedonia, Nikica Mojsoska-Blazevski, CEO of “MK2025” foundation, Johannes Heidecker, economic adviser to the President of the Government of the Republic of North Macedonia, and Tamara Dimitrova, startup expert in North Macedonia.
The President of the Program Council of the Presidential Center for Political Education and adviser to the president on foreign policy, internal policy and constitutional issues, Aleksandar Spasov, addressed Module II of the School.