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 Croatia and the EU Accession Process


Strengthening the Rule of Law and Advancing Judicial Reforms in Croatia and the Balkan Region

Adriatic Institute's Strategic Events in the United Kingdom

Westminster, London, United Kindgom

From left: Joel Anand Samy, Natasha Srdoc, Co-Founder and Chairman, Adriatic Institute, Charles Leslie Falconer, Baron Falconer of Thoroton, then-Lord Chancellor, first Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs (UK Minister of Justice) and  Vesna Skare Ozbolt, then-Minister of Justice, Croatia and her staff members.

Adriatic Institute for Public Policy has organized a series of high-level meetings and gatherings in London, UK focusing on the strengthening the rule of law in Croatia and the Adriatic region.  A series of strategic meetings in December 2005 with elected officials, justice experts and the Lord Chief Justice of the Royal Courts of Justice augmented efforts to provide judicial experts from the UK to assist Croatia's justice experts and reform leaders. 

The Adriatic Institute continues to provide regular briefings to UK's elected officials, think tank and business leaders and media communications groups.


Natasha Srdoc, co-founder of Adriatic Institute with then-Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales and then President of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom at the Royal Courts of Justice, London.



Natasha Srdoc with William Hague, UK Foreign Secretary and First Secretary of State, London, November 2011.


London, UK:  William Hague, UK Foreign Secretary and First Secretary of State with Natasha Srdoc, November 2011.