EaP Civil Society Fellowship: Frequently Asked Questions

EaP Civil Society Fellowship: Frequently Asked Questions

Those interested to apply to our EaP Civil Society Fellowships can now consult the Frequently Asked Questions document which provides useful information for the preparation of the application. Fellowship Call – Frequently Asked Questions (.pdf) Learn more about the Call for Applications.

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My Way To Leadership: by Taguhi Kharatyan, Civil Society Fellow from Armenia

My Way To Leadership: by Taguhi Kharatyan, Civil Society Fellow from Armenia

Taguhi Kharatyan from Armenia joined the Fellowship initiative in 2017 and became one of the first twenty EaP Civil Society Fellows. Here are her thoughts on the way the Fellowship changed her: Taguhi Kharatyan: “A year ago, I could hardly fathom the successes that I have accomplished today. One year ago, I joined the EaP

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1st Webinar on How to Prepare Successful Applications for the the 2019 Eastern Partnership Civil Society Fellowship Programme

1st Webinar on How to Prepare Successful Applications for the the 2019 Eastern Partnership Civil Society Fellowship Programme

UPD: The recorder webinar is available online now! Do you plan to apply for our #CivilSocietyFellowship this year? Still not sure how to fill in the application form? Got specific questions on the guidelines or the templates to be filled in? Not sure if your project is eligible? Join us for the 1st Webinar on

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Call for Applications: Mapping Studies of Trade Unions and Professional Associations in EaP Countries

Call for Applications: Mapping Studies of Trade Unions and Professional Associations in EaP Countries

We are looking for organisations and individuals to conduct Mapping Studies of Trade Unions and Professional Associations in the six Eastern Partnership Countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine).  The objective of this assignment is to conduct mapping studies of the current situation relating to trade unions and professional associations, as membership based civil society actors in

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Call for Applications under 2019 EaP Civil Society Fellowships: Supporting Young Civil Society Leaders in Eastern Partnership Countries

Call for Applications under 2019 EaP Civil Society Fellowships: Supporting Young Civil Society Leaders in Eastern Partnership Countries

We are happy to announce our new Open Call for Applications under the 2019 Eastern Partnership Civil Society Fellowship Programme! If you are a young civil society activist from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova or Ukraine with new ideas for improving your community or country and you are looking for opportunities to improve your leadership skills – don’t miss

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Looking for Expert Storytellers!

Looking for Expert Storytellers!

Our project is currently developing an e-course on “Storytelling for Civil Society Organisations” and we are looking for a dedicated and pro-active storyteller to help us. We are looking for someone: Who is fully bilingual English – Russian. Has at least three years of experience on developing and broadcasting stories, preferably for civil society organisations.

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The Data Deluge: Blessing or Curse? – Ideas from DataFest Tbilisi, November 2018

The Data Deluge: Blessing or Curse? – Ideas from DataFest Tbilisi, November 2018

A lot of us seem to be vaguely aware that more and more data is flooding our lives every day. But how much data do we create? According to a Forbes article from earlier this year, the amount of data we produce every day is truly mind-boggling: “There are 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created each

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In Ukraine, the level of civic engagement is the lowest among citizens aged 18-24, despite a complex system in place for the development and support of youth. At least this is the conclusion of a recent survey conducted by GfK Ukraine. The reasons behind this disengagement remain unclear. Valeriia Ovcharova has been working on youth policy in

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EU launches consultations with Georgian civil society

On Thursday, 11 October, the Delegation of the European Union launched extensive consultations with civil society representatives in Georgia. Around 80 representatives of Georgian civil society organisations (CSOs) met in Tbilisi to discuss and jointly identify EU priorities and actions for engagement with civil society for 2018-2020. To further enhance this dialogue with the civil

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