Sympa The School of Young Managers in Public Administration


SYMPA-10 completed an educational cycle with the session in Stockholm

06/12/2019 - 12:46

On November 26 – 30, 2019 educational project SYMPA-10 with an organizational support of FCG Sweden conducted its final session in Stockholm. During the session the participants learned about political, economic and social spheres of Sweden. They participated in the meetings and visits to the public institutions of different levels. SYMPA’s participants visited the Ministry of Finance, Riksdag’s (Parliament) Research Service (RUT) and the Parliament itself. »

Edcuation of SYMPA-8 was completed with session in Georgia

16/10/2019 - 20:21

On October 9-13, 2019, the session of the eighth enrollment of SYMPA (The School of Young Managers of Public Administration) took place in Tbilisi. SYMPA-8 completed the main educational cycle earlier, so the Georgian session was the final one for the participants. »

Public lecture by Professor David Schulz (Hamline University, USA)

10/10/2019 - 20:20

The US Embassy in Minsk, together with SYMPA, organized a lecture by political science professor David Schultz. American Politics and Law Expert from Hamline University (Minnesota, USA) which has been visiting Minsk with the support of the US Embassy, held a public lecture for graduates of American exchange programs, as well as for SYMPA alumni - public servants, business and NGO people. The key topic of the meeting was US foreign policy on the eve of the 2020 presidential campaign. »

SIMPA-10 learned the theory and practice of public administration in Georgia

09/10/2019 - 07:18

On October 2 – 5, 2019, the third session of SYMPA-10 (The School of Young Managers of Public Administration) was held in Tbilisi. This session was devoted to theoretical and practical study of Georgia’s experience in the development and implementation of new public administration practices based on the principles of transparency, decentralization and inclusion. Participants learned about the current achievements and problems of Georgian public administration. »