International Scientific Forum “Danube – River of Cooperation” is a non-profit, civil society organisation working for three decades to improve all forms of regional cooperation in the Danube Region, with focus on the close cooperation between the Danube region countries in transition.
Thematic collection of works published: SOCIOECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT DURING THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION IN THE WESTERN BALKANS AND THE MIDDLE DANUBE REGION
In accordance with the final document of the 30th International Scientific Conference held in September last year, the International Scientific Forum “Danube – River of Cooperation” published this year a thematic collection of works under the title SOCIOECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT DURING THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION IN THE WESTERN BALKANS AND THE MIDDLE DANUBE REGION.
This multidisciplinary, international Thematic Compendium examines some of the complex questions posed during the 4th industrial revolution, through scientific research-works in different fields by 22 authors from 7 countries.
The 30th Anniversary Conference “Danube – River of Cooperation”
International scientific conferences “Danube – River of Cooperation” are held every year starting from 1989, based on the project of Dr. Edita Stojić, Research Professor at the Institute of International Politics and Economy. This year the International Scientific Forum “Danube – River of Cooperation” held its jubilee, 30th International Scientific Conference.
The basic topic of the conference was the sustainable use of natural and cultural-historic resources. With this at the same time we mark the European Heritage Days.
The co-organizers of the Conference are the Institute of International Politics and Economics, the Hungarian Cultural Center, the Belgrade Fortress, and the Foundation Tiszta Formák.
The first conference-day was held at the Hungarian Cultural Center in Belgrade, with presentations on the topics of waterway navigation, tourism and culture, followed by a guided tour of the Belgrade Fortress.
The second conference-day was held at the Institute of International Politics and Economics, starting with a short retrospect of the beginnings of “Danube – River of Cooperation” and the three decades of its activities. After that, presentations were given in two consecutive sessions: The Political and Economic Aspects of the Danube Region; Environmental, Legal, Sanitary and Technological Aspects of the Danube Region; followed by the final debate and proposal for the Final Document.
The third and the fourth conference-days contained optional programs in the area of culture and tourism and waterway navigation.
For the detailed course of the Conference, Conclusions and Declaration of the Conference and the list of participants, please see the Final Document of the 30th Conference Danube – River of Cooperation. (pdf)
All materials of the 30th Conference are published on the DVD compendium (978-86-82825-20-3). See Contents of and Preface to the DVD – 2019
Publications in English
- Danube – River of Cooperation: From the Principles of Good Neighbourhood to the Middle Danube Regional Model
- The Role of Civil Society in Promotion of the Danube Basin Potential in the Light of the EU Strategy for Danube Region
- Danube – Integrating the Region
- Revitalisation Prospects for the Environment and Economy of the River Danube and the Danube Region
- The Strategic Role of the Danube and its Tributaries in Cross-border and Regional Cooperation (multimedia)
- Water and Culture (multimedia)
- Danube – Corridor of Culture (multimedia)
- Danube the River of Cooperation – The First Conference
- Danube the River of Cooperation: The Second Conference
- Danube the River of Cooperation: The Third Conference
- Universitas Danubiana Textbook
List of all publications of ISF”DRC”
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Apart from monographes, conference proceedings and multimedia publications, ISF”DRC” also publishes the journal Danubius, with articles examining from the vantage point of social and natural sciences and humanities, the questions and problems of use of natural and cultural-historic resources in the Danube region, as well as on the forms of regional cooperation in this area.