08-07-2014 Ukraine | Economic Issues | NGO Tools | Other | Political Dialogue between Ukraine and EU | Third Sector | Visa/Migration/Borders | Youth | EU

Has the time come for your project to start engaging with social media, but you dont really know how or where to start? Are you wondering how to promote your projects Facebook account? Or do you have questions regarding how you should be writing for social media?

23-06-2014 Ukraine | Cross-Border Cooperation | Economic Issues | EU Foreign Policy | Institutional Issues | Political Dialogue between Ukraine and EU | Politics & Policies | EU

The official version of the Association Agreement once signed - will be published in the Official Journal of the European Union. The texts are capable of neither conferring any rights nor creating any legally binding obligations of public international law.

23-06-2014 Ukraine | Russia | Humanitarian and Social Issues | Human Rights | Institutional Issues | Third Sector | EU

On Wednesday 18 June at the Frontline Club, Bridget Kendall, diplomatic correspondent for BBC News, chaired a heated panel discussion on the current situation in Ukraine and the role of local and Russian media in the region.

20-06-2014 Ukraine | Eastern Partnership

Media Freedom Watch Digest - weekly newsletter with the latest developments in media in Ukraine, as well as in other countries of the Eastern Partnership (in English and Russian).

20-06-2014 Human Rights | Visa/Migration/Borders

GENEVA, June 20 (UNHCR) The UN refugee agency reported today on World Refugee Day that the number of refugees, asylum-seekers and internally displaced people worldwide has, for the first time in the post-World War II era, exceeded 50 million people.

20-06-2014 Georgia | Adaptation of Legislation | Cross-Border Cooperation | Institutional Issues | Politics & Policies | EU

On 15 June, Georgia held local elections under new rules. For the first time, mayors of cities and chairpersons of municipalities were elected directly. Local self-government reform has not yet addressed the crucial issue of a financial system for local authorities, but it is a step in the right direction. The success of Georgian self-government reform could establish a model for other Eastern Partnership countries, including Ukraine, which has just started activities in this area. The European Union and its Member States should support Georgia and other EaP countries in the process of decentralisation.

20-06-2014 Belarus | Moldova | Georgia | Armenia | Culture | Eastern Partnership | Education | Humanitarian and Social Issues | EU | Azerbaijan

The EU revised the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) in May 2011, establishing instruments to provide more support to partner countries, building deep and sustainable democracy, and to support inclusive economic development. The revitalised ENP strategy seeks to strengthen the individual and regional relationship between the EU and the countries in its neighbourhood through a more funds for more reform approach.

20-06-2014 Ukraine | Czech Republic | Belarus | Moldova | Georgia | Armenia | Eastern Partnership | EU | Azerbaijan

The conference was dedicated to the fifth anniversary of the Eastern Partnership (EaP) and evaluated successes, failures and the oncoming challenges of the project. It was organized by the Association for International Affairs (AMO) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic in cooperation with the Delegation of the European Commission to the Czech Republic, the European Endowment for Democracy, the Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic, and the Embassy of Sweden in the Czech Republic.

18-06-2014 Ukraine | Politics & Policies | Security | Articles

Almost 10 million Ukrainians, who have given their voices in favor of Petro Poroshenko in the first round, expect the President to carry out socio-economic reforms, to ensure security, and to cease the armed conflict in the East. Personnel and structural decisions on the new presidential administration are just tools for solving political problems faced by the new Head of State.

06-06-2014 Ukraine | Belarus | Georgia | Armenia | European Neighborhood Policy | Institutional Issues | Politics & Policies | Information Materials | Azerbaijan

The new European Neighbourhood Instrument (ENI), will be the key financial instrument for 16 partner countries to the East and South of the EUs borders (Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Egypt, Georgia, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Moldova, Morocco, Occupied Palestinian Territory, Syria, Tunisia and Ukraine). At the same time the new approach includes an increased external mandate for the EIB for both eastern and southern neighbours, as well as the extension of the EBRD mandate to selected southern Mediterranean countries.

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