EaP Civil Society Fellows: Fundraising Workshop for Global Shapers Minsk Hub, BELARUS

On January 20th Global Shapers Minsk Hub held a fundraising workshop. The workshop was delivered by German expert – Robin Weninger, curator of Global Shapers Frankfurt Hub, managing Director of the think-tank Shapingwork and tech start-up Incoverage (Frankfurt, Germany), European Digital Leader of the World Economic Forum, director of Education at the German Tech Entrepreneurship

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Trainings on grant applications for the EU’s CSO/LA and EIDHR programmes for civil society organisations and local authorities from GEORGIA

UPDATE (02.02.2018): Registrtation for CSOs is closed; we still accept applications from Georgian Local Authorities!  The EU-funded technical assistance Project Eastern Partnership Civil Society Facility invites civil society organisations (CSO) and local authorities (LA) from GEORGIA to express their interest in participation in a series of training events in relation to the forthcoming Call for

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Training on EU Grants Procedures and Management in Yerevan (Armenia), 15-18 January 2018

On 15-18 January 2018, on the request of the Delegation of the European Union in Armenia, the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Facility organized a training “EU Grants Procedures and Management, including Financial and Budgetary Questions” for 30 representatives of recently launched EU-funded projects in Armenia. The projects’ representatives were introduced to the EU policies on

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Terms of Reference for the Statistical Analyses of the Civil Society in the EaP Countries for the Purposes of Future Initiatives by the EC (pilot country – Moldova)

1. Background The proposed studies are to be implemented as part of the EU funded project “EaP Civil Society Facility”, what started in December 2016 and will run until December 2020. The Project is implemented by the consortium of GDSI Limited (Ireland), Altair Asesores S.L. (Spain), CCC Creative Center (Ukraine), International Center for Human Development

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EaP Civil Society Fellows: ‘Young Change Makers’ Project by Taguhi Kharatyan, Armenia

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EU supports innovative civic ideas through digital solutions in the Eastern Partner countries

On 25-27 November 2017, the EU-funded Eastern Partnership Civil Society Facility and the Prague Civil Society Centre held the CitizenLab 2017 Hackathon in Kyiv, Ukraine. 33 young civil society activists, designers and IT experts from 11 countries (6 EaP countries – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine – plus Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and

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Hromadskyi Prostir about Hackathon CitizenLab 2017 (text in UKRAINIAN)

Hromadskyi Prostir about Hackathon CitizenLab 2017 (text in UKRAINIAN)

Published by Громадський Простір, 29.11.2017 CitizenLab 2017: активісти з 11 країн розробляли інноваційні проекти у Києві CitizenLab 2017 – це про сучасні технології, які відкривають нові можливості для соціальних проектів. Це про те, як можливо змінити навколишнє середовище вже і зараз. Тому що CitizenLab 2017 – це  хакатон, де активістів зі Східної Європи та Центральної Азії залучають у цифрові громадянські ініціативи.

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CitizenLab 2017 Hackathon to Support Innovative Civic Ideas through Digital Solutions

On 25-27 November 2017, the Prague Civil Society Centre and the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Facility will hold the CitizenLab Hackathon to support and develop innovative civic ideas in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Over 30 civil society activists, designers and IT experts from Eastern Europe and Central Asia will gather in Kyiv for three

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EaP Civil Society Fellows: Mari Chakryan’s Project “Safe playground for your kids and mine”, ARMENIA

News from EaP Civil Society Fellows – Mari Chakryan, ARMENIA: One of the EaP Civil Society Fellows, Mari Chakryan, is implementing the project “Safe playground for your kids and mine” in Yerevan, Armenia. The project started with the monitoring of conditions of the existing playgrounds for kids in Yerevan. In cooperation with the Center for

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