Europe Without Barriers and PASOS are pleased to invite you to a public discussion and photo exhibit on May 16, 2013, in Prague on the subject of “EU Visa Policy in Eastern Europe and What Neighbors Can Do: The case of the Czech Republic.”
The success of the Eastern Partnership hinges on the signing of an Association Agreement (AA) between Ukraine and the European Union this year, according to a new policy brief from the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA).
Valdas Adamkus, former president of Lithuania, will be speaking at this Institute of Public Affairs conference April 18.
The activities of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are a strategic asset of Poland’s development assistance efforts, according to Institute of Public Affairs (IPA) expert Piotr Kaźmierkiewicz.
Deutsche Welle, the German international broadcaster, has cited a PASOS study about NGO funding in a report about the difficulties such groups in North Africa and the Middle East face when trying to obtain funding from European sources.
ENPI’s performance in Eastern Partnership states: lessons from the current perspective for the new budget
This new Institute of Public Affairs (IPA) report, written by PASOS board member Piotr Kaźmierkiewicz, assesses the effectiveness of EU support for the Eastern Partnership countries, highlighting shortcomings and suggesting solutions that should be implemented within the new EU financial perspective.
Three PASOS members have joined a consortium of think tanks working on a project to use the experiences of the Visegrad 4 countries to assist Balkan countries with aspirations of European integration.