The Liberal South East European Network (LIBSEEN) was founded in 2008 in Skopje as an initiative to gather liberal political parties in the region and contribute to the development of the region by implementing liberal policies in the political systems of these countries.
Vesna Pusić was elected the first chairwoman of the organisation on a conference in Skopje in 2008. The network plans to work on solving the social, political and ecological problems of the region. An important goal is to develop a multinational dialogue, an inter-religious dialogue and respect for human rights. All this has been a great burden for the region for centuries and cause of many conflicts. One of the main goals of the network is the EU membership of all countries in this region which would mean a final integration of Europe.
LIBSEEN gathers political parties, think-tanks and nongovernmental organisations which share the liberal ideology. LIBSEEN gathers organisations from Slovenia, Hungary, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Serbia, Montenegro, North-Macedonia, Bulgaria and Romania with prospects of expanding to countries such as Albania, Greece and Turkey.
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