The Association for International Affairs organized a second study tour for Belarusian educational workers as a part of the “Media literacy and media education in Belarus” project.
This Belarusian Institute for Strategic Studies paper offers an analysis of the EU’s most recent communique about its European Neighbourhood Policy, as compared with the earlier versions of the policy, and an evaluation of the potential for further cooperation between Belarus and the EU within the framework of this policy.
In this analysis by the Belarusian Institute for Strategic Studies, the think tank tackles the question of why Alexander Lukashenko needed to proclaim he had won the last presidential election with more than 83 percent of the vote. The reasons range from banal considerations to complex geopolitical maneuvers.
Current trends in trade, labor, and capital flows between Belarus and other EEU countries show that the potential benefits for Belarus from EEU membership do not trigger economic growth, but rather sustain structural problems in the Belarusian economy, according to this CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research analysis.
Call For Grant Applications: Civil Society Monitoring Of Public Service Delivery And Public Accountability
Grants supporting civil society actions to monitor the effectiveness of government resource allocation and public service delivery are being made available under Partners in Empowerment, an EU-funded project led by PASOS. Deadline to apply is 20 September 2015.
Three experts from PASOS-affiliated organizations will be participating on panels at the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Conference in Riga May 20-21.
Experts at a Belarusian Institute for Strategic Studies conference offered a host of recommendations to improve Belarus’ international business climate.