Learn more about our Eastern Partnership Civil Society Fellows through these Featured Stories. The Fellowship programme has been running since 2017 and today the Fellowship alumni network has 160 Fellows from across the six countries of the Eastern Partnership. Details about all Fellows and their Fellowship projects can be found here.
Tinatin Bregvadze is the Chair of the Board of the Georgian Centre for Strategy and Development, a large, highly-regarded non-governmental organisation based in Tbilisi and operating through projects in Georgia, the Caucasus and Central Asia.
#EaPFellows / Enabling the Diaspora to Have a Say in the Next Elections is Crucial for Real Representativeness in Moldova
Imagine having to travel to another city or country, wasting precious time – sometime days, and spending your own money just to be able to vote. Unfortunately, this is the reality of many Moldovans living
Nataliia Yaroshenko has been active in civil society since 2015. Her early years of activism were mostly focused on supporting cultural events, such as the Sumy Rock Fest, but then she experienced the ‘Active Citizen’
Lado Javakhishvili is a lawyer by training and has spent nearly 10 years in public service working within the Georgian justice system. Up until the end of 2021 Lado served as the Deputy Director at
When, as a child, Mahammad Kekalov lived with his grandmother in Nort-West Azerbaijan, he integrated his grandmother’s severe visual impairment into his daily life as a matter of fact. Her disability had to be always
“I feel like I was born to volunteer!”, says Nensi Mkrtchyan as she explains about her first experience with European Volunteer Service (EVS) in Armenia. “It was a wonderful learning experience, meeting with young people
Trained in political sciences and international relations, Sandro Megrelishvili’s career oscillated between the academic world, civil service, and civil society involvement. Since 2020 he has been working for the Georgian Centre for Strategy and Development,