Register now for the SEnECA Final Conference “What Future for EU-Central Asia Relations?”, Brussels, 14-15 November

SEnECA – Strengthening and Energizing EU Central Asia Relations – consortium partners TEPSA and CIFE have the honor to invite you to the SEnECA Final Conference: 

What Future for EU-Central Asia Relations?

14-15 November

 at “SQUARE” Brussels Convention Center, Rue Ravenstein 2, 1000 Brussels

Room: Hall 400


During the two-day event, SEnECA consortium members will present the outputs of the project, and will discuss the recommendations to implement the new EU’s Central Asia strategy. The event will also feature a panel on culture as a catalyst for social change in Central Asia, and on connectivity between Asia and Europe. Furthermore, the last panel of the conference will be an outlook on EU-Central Asia relations for 2030.

The SEnECA Final Conference will also be a good opportunity to see some of the photos that were exhibited in the SEnECA Photo Exhibition in April 2019. Moreover, as part of the conference, a Kyrgyz film will be screened on the evening of 15 November. The film “The Song of the Tree”, which focuses on the life and the tragedy of a traditional village, will be screened at Kinograph at 17:00.

The programme of the event can be accessed here






Online registrations are now closed. Onsite registrations on 14 and 15 November are also possible. 

About SEnECA

The SEnECA project has been funded by the Horizon 2020 programme and runs from January 2018 to December 2019. It supports cooperation between Central Asia and the European Union by intensifying academic regional networking. The project is led by the Institut für Europäische Politik (IEP) and the University of Duisburg-Essen and further includes 10 organisations from the EU and Central Asia as members of the project consortium.

Further information can be found on the SEnECA website.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 770256.