Speaker: HE Mr Daniel Mitov
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Bulgaria
Daniel Mitov graduated from Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski" with a degree in Political Science. He has participated in the international exchange programs of Marshall Memorial Fund (German Marshall Fund of the US), and the “Programme des personnalites d’avenir” of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He specialized in Political skills at the Center for Continuing Education at New Bulgarian University.
In 2002, Daniel Mitov worked at the Political Academy for Central and Southeast Europe as part of the Bulgarian School of Politics team and Razum magazine. In 2006, he became Executive Director of the Democracy foundation, and then Vice President of Democrats for Strong Bulgaria (DSB) party. He has participated in the establishment of Bulgaria for the Citizens political party.
Since the autumn of 2010, he worked for the US National Democratic Institute(NDI) in Iraq, where he was Program Manager of the Political party development program. As an official NDI representative, he has also worked in Brussels, Libya, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ukraine, Yemen, Tunisia and others.
Chair: Dr James Ker-Lindsay
Senior Research Fellow, LSEE Research on South Eastern Europe, LSE
The lecture will be followed by a Q&A session.
When & Where
LSEE Research on South Eastern Europe
LSEE Research on South Eastern Europe is the London School of Economics' dedicated research unit on the Western Balkans, operating within the European Institute.
The LSE's European Institute (EI) was created in 1991 to be a primary focus for the inter-disciplinary study of processes of integration and fragmentation within Europe. Its disciplinary range is unrivalled. It currently has 25 academic members of staff drawn from the fields of politics, economics, geography, history, political economy, law, philosophy, and international relations.