Civil Society Fellowships 2018: check the Fellows’ profiles
The 2018 EaP Civil Society Fellowship call resulted in 71 applications; from that number, 20 new fellows, of them 13 women and 7 men aged between 20 and 36 from all the EaP countries, have been selected based on their track-record of achievements to date and the strong potential they demonstrated in their proposals to act as champions of change in the civic sphere.
MEET THE EAP CIVIL SOCIETY FELLOWS – 2018:
||Development of leadership skills of young women in rural areas of Armenia.
||Advocacy of gender-free approach and equal treatment among SMEs and entrepreneurs of Armenia.
||Setting up the institute of beneficial ownership to facilitate the fight against corruption in Armenia.
||Monitoring and evaluation of the national policy implementation on open government and economic development of Azerbaijan.
||Building skills of local media in covering social topics.
||Advocacy on school management reforms in Georgia through policy research.
||Raising awareness on EU visa free rules and opportunities for Georgia.
||Support to resocialization of justice-involved youth.
||Promotion of social inclusion of visually impaired people through sports projects.
||Increasing knowledge and skills on energy efficiency among youth.
||Promotion of e-participation of citizens in policy making through e-petitions in Ukraine.
||Improvement of accountability of the professional associations of paediatricians of Ukraine.
||Facilitating citizens’ access to e-Services in amalgamated communities (hromadas).
||Promotion of bike-friendly attitude among HoReCa companies.
||Advocacy actions for better implementation of public consultations in Ukraine.
||Support to improvement of social work with local youth in the South-Eastern Ukraine.
||Increasing the leadership potential of adolescents studying at vocational schools.
Check the results from other years here.