The Answer to the Eurasian Challenge for Eastern Europe

Supported by: International Visegrad Fund

Project span: May 2015 – May 2016

Leading organization:  Charter'97 Foundation (Belarus) 

Co-operating institutions:  Institute of Public Affairs (Warsaw, Poland), Freedom Files Foundation, EUROPEUM - Institute for European Policy (Prague, Czech Republic), International Centre for Democratic Transition (Budapest, Hungary), M.E.S.A. 10 (Bratislava, Slovakia), Institute for Public Affairs (Bratislava, Slovakia), Centre for Social and Business Initiatives of Yaremche (Ukraine).

Objectives: The project is aimed to promote the EU integration in two countries of EaP – Belarus and Ukraine, to transfer experience accumulated by V4 countries in political and socio-economic areas (reforms, handling with the past), including the successes and failures, and to elaborate the efficient response to the efforts to undermine the process of integration of EaP countries into the EU.

Project activities include analysis and comparison of experiences of V4 and EaP countries, development of policy recommendations, publishing articles and interviews with the project experts.

- Statement of analytical centers (21.5.2015)
- Discussion forum in Bratislava (8.6.2015)
- News: European answer need to be solid (14.6.2015)
- Interview: Grigorij Mesežnikov on Eastern Partnership (25.6.2015)
- G. Mesežnikov: В войне с Россией Запад должен переходить... (20.7.2015)
- G. Mesežnikov: West should launch counterattack... (20.7.2015)
- GM: Освобождение политзаключенных: много вопросов и... (10.9.15)
- GM: Release of political prisoners: a lot of questions and one answer (16.9.15)
Discussion on the Human Dimension in Belarus in Warsaw (25.9.15)
- Policy Brief "Focus on Belarus" (September 2015)
В Беларуси проходят не выборы, а спецоперация КГБ (25.9.15)
Belarus has KGB operation instead of elections (28.9.2015)
- Евросоюз - Беларусь: Без права на ошибку (10.10.2015)
- Roundtable on the Eastern Partnership in Kiev (17.11.2015)
- GM: Евросоюз, Лукашенко и судьба белорусской демократии (12.2.2016)
- GM: EU, Lukashenka, and fate of Belarusian democracy (15.2.2016)
- GM: Австрия лоббировала снятие санкций (22.2.2016)
- Grigorij Mesežnikov: Результаты выборов в Словакии шокируют (7.3.2016)
- GM: Страны Вышеграда и российско-украинская война (12.4.2016)
- GM: Брюссель, Москва и Европейская Беларусь (5.5.2016)
- Pavol Demeš: Have we forgotten Belarus? (9.5.2016)
Pavol Demeš: История одной фотографии (9.5.2016)
Pavol Demeš: Гісторыя аднаго фотаздымка (9.5.2016)
GM: Brussels, Moscow and European Belarus (12.5.2016)
GM: Люстрация: как это может быть в Беларуси и Украине (17.5.2016)
- Conference in Warsaw (25.5.2016)
Pavol Demeš: Belarus - The Land Of Freedom Awards And Our Ignorance (31.5.2016)
- Pavol Demeš: Беларусь - земля премий Свободы и нашего неведения (31.5.2016)


The European Answer to the Eurasian Challenge for Eastern Europe [pdf]

Supported by:

 The International Visegrad Fund

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