The 2BS FORUM (To Be Secure Forum) is an annual high-level forum which deals with issues of global, Euro-Atlantic and security in SEE. The main characteristic of this Forum is the participation of numerous high officials, prominent academics and experts in security policy and related state management.
The event is a discussing forum or relevance, and high impact, helping not only to promote new thinking but also help promote tactical thinking in reform efforts in SE Europe, build closer ties between key stakeholders and partners and thus make this region a safer and more prosperous place, able to contribute to global challenges in the future.
Speakers at the Forum do not deliver their presentations ex-cathedra. On the contrary, each panel is led by an experienced moderator in a dynamic and interactive way, such as a television debate. The moderator is interviewing panelists while enabling interaction with the audience.
The target group of the Forum is a number of decision-makers, members of national parliaments, representatives of governments, academia representatives and other key foreign policy and security policy stakeholders.
A very important target group is the corporate sector, chiefs, and owners of influential enterprises and companies, who will have the possibility of interacting with government representatives on the solution of current security challenges.
This Forum is a great opportunity for the exchange of views on different matters. Participants have the opportunity to get to know Montenegrin culture and enjoy the national dishes as well as to visit historical and cultural monuments of Montenegro.
Working languages: English, Montenegrin, Serbian, Croatian and Bosnian.
Atlantic Council of Montenegro has the great pleasure of inviting young international professionals to participate at the seventh 2BS Forum, which is an annual high-level politico-security forum.
To apply you must be between 20 and 30 years old.
In order to successfully complete your application, you must fill out the online application form .
Closing of applications: April 1, 2017