Tag: visa liberalisation
PASOS calls on EU to lift visa requirements for Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia upon signature of association agreements
EU member states should show long-term commitment to Ukraine’s European integration by swift easing of visa requirements, followed by full visa liberalisation with Ukraine, Moldova, and Georgia upon signing of association agreements, according to a PASOS statement.
Overcoming Borders.The EU-Russia Dialogue on Visa Facilitation and Liberalization Report of the EU-Russia Civil Society Forum
The aim of this November 5 event in Moscow is to promote the visa facilitation and liberalization process between the EU and Russia.
Two new PASOS policy briefs focus on developments on the topics of visa-free travel in Europe and the possibility of EU enlargement in the Western Balkans. The papers were were written as part of the PASOS project “Open Government, Deeper Democracy.”
This paper examines the difficulties faced by Macedonian students for achieving mobility in the post-visa liberalization era, and offers recommendations to institutions on promoting student mobility.
This CIPDD policy brief provides an overview of recent reforms undertaken in Georgia in the framework of the European Neighbourhood Policy and Eastern partnership Initiative, in the areas of justice, freedom, and security.
Four new PASOS policy briefs were released at “Democracy, Partnership, Enlargement – Challenges for Europe, Challenges for the Polish EU Presidency”, the network’s annual policymakers/think-tanks conference 25 November. The papers address such diverse topics as new media, visa liberalisation, the revolutions in North Africa, and the European neighbourhood.
The Center for Research and Policy Making (CRPM), in cooperation with the Belarusian Institute for Strategic Studies (BISS) and the Office for a Democratic Belarus, held an August 27 seminar in Belarus on the “Transfer of Macedonia NGOs experience on Visa Liberalization.”