Krista Baumane, a founding member of the PROVIDUS Centre for Public Policy in Latvia, has been named the think tank’s new director.
New role for the EU and the Baltic States in supporting civil society in Eastern Partnership countries and Central Asia
The Baltic States should make a more concerted and confident bid for developing and leading new EU initiatives and instruments for supporting civil society in the Eastern Partnership countries and Central Asia, according to this PROVIDUS Centre for Public Policy brief.
The majority of Poles and the inhabitants of the Baltic states believe that Russia represents a military threat to their countries, although there are big differences among respondents from individual states, according to the results of an Institute of Public Affairs survey.
This Providus Centre for Public Policy papers explores what can be done to keep children away from entering the formal justice system in 10 European countries.
The percentage of Czechs who say joining the EU has brought more losses than benefits outnumbers those who say EU membership has made things better, according to the results of a public-opinion survey conducted as part of a PASOS project.
Opportunities for the organized civil society to influence EU decision-making via national positions
Prepared by three PASOS members, this study aims to analyze how well have the various EU member states managed to integrate their own civic society organizations into forming their national positions on EU legislative proposals and policy documents.
This Centre for Public Policy PROVIDUS report provides a comparative snapshot that shows how various social, political and economic indicators and statistics have changed in Latvia since the country joined the European Union ten years ago.