On 28-30.09.2020, the 2nd session of 1st SYNERGIA edition took place. The session program included activities in the following thematic areas:
On 28-30.09.2020, the 2nd session of the 1st edition of the Synergia project will be carried out at KSAP. In session will participate representatives of public administration institutions from Poland, Bulgaria, Latvia and Hungary.
Attention! Based on Ordinance of the Director of SAP introduced detailed rules a view to safety being ensured during training courses taking place at the seat of KSAP at ul. Wawelska 56 in Warsaw.
We would like to kindly inform you that due to the current epidemiological situation, caused by SARS-CoV-2 virus, the 2nd training session of SYNERGIA project will be held in Warsaw at the KSAP headquarters, instead of Sofia (Bulgaria) as planned.
On Monday, August 31st 2020 the first session of SYNERGIA has started. The trainings were held over the whole week, until Friday, September, 4th. It was the first meeting of high-level representatives of public administration selected from three Central and Eastern European Countries.
We are starting the 1st edition of the SYNERGIA project. Between 31st August and 4th September 2020, KSAP will host the 1st session of the pilot edition of the project. In session will participate representatives of public administration institutions from Poland, Bulgaria, Latvia and Hungary.
Safety guidelines for SYNERGIA participants, trainers and staff, in force while in KSAP premises are available on our website (please refer to Program tab on this webpage).
On June 10, 2020, another on-line meeting of the SYNERGIA Steering Committee took place. The meeting was attended by the representatives of KSAP and Partner Institutions from Bulgaria, Hungary and Latvia.
Considering the safety of project participants and the risk of another wave of Covid-19 pandemic, KSAP has decided to conduct SYNERGIA sessions either in stationary or online mode.
Lecturers of SYNERGIA are proven world-class professionals who combine theoretical expertise of their field with practical cooperation experience with institutions of public administration. They represent world-renowned universities, including IESE Business School (Spain), Saïd Business School University of Oxford (United Kingdom), University of Bamberg (Germany), Dublin City University (Ireland), King Juan Carlos University (Spain), Harvard Business School (USA). High-class specialists from Central and Eastern Europe have also been invited to the project.