Audio recordings of the Debate can be downloaded HERE

An event organized by the Harvard Club of Serbia

125 years of Serbian - US relations: Education and Economic Development

Where? National Library of Serbia
When? Wednesday, May 30  9:00 - 12:30 am
Who? The event is open to young people.

This Town Hall Style Debate will be in two parts - The first session will include the Minister of Foreign Affairs Vuk Jeremic, US Ambassador Michael Polt, Ivana Cerovic, Head of the Serbian Office in Washington, DC, USA and Dr Mary E Black, President of the Harvard Club of Serbia. A second session will include leaders from education and business: Bishop Irinej (Dobrijevic), Ana S. Trbovich, Ivan Vejvoda, Peter Epstein and Bojana Vukasinovic. Serbia's Deputy Prime Minister and Member of the Harvard Club of Serbia Bozidar Djelic will close the debate (more on the speakers on the "Debate" page.)

What? The debate will be in Harvard style, in the tradition of “Veritas” or truth (the motto of Harvard). Each panel member will speak for five to ten minutes followed by question time, encouraging a lively dialogue with the audience in the remainder of the sessions. Both sessions will be moderated. Simultaneous translation will be provided.

This event is free of charge. In order to participate please register at Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Because we want to promote dialogue and to create opportunities for young people in Serbia to debate important issues. We will also host an exhibition at the National Library running through June 2007 that will explore Serbian-US relationships. This event comes at the end of the third year of the Harvard Club of Serbia; we are noted as one of Europe’s most active, creative and rapidly growing Harvard alumni associations.