2013

2013.12.19
The Newest Issue of "Over the Hedge" Brings Attention to the Women's Role in Politics
EESC, in cooperation with the Center for Equality Advancement, is pleased to present a new issue of the “Over the Hedge”. The issue titled “Politics is Not for Women?” analyses existing perceptions of women’s participation in politics in three countries - Ukraine, Belarus and Lithuania. The analysis not only reveals the main problems overshadowing female political participation, but also draws attention to the sources of such perceptions and stereotypes. The publication is available in Russian and English.
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2013.12.06
Second Moldova Reality Check Non-Paper
EESC, The Slovak Atlantic Commission (SAC) and Central European Policy Institute (CEPI), together with their partners, are delighted to present the second non-paper on Moldova. This is part of our “Reality Check” project that aims to examine and enhance understanding of the supply side of the EU's Eastern Partnership policy.
The second Moldova non-paper offers an overview of domestic and external trends that affect the situation in Moldova, as well as of the country’s progress in the reform process, and a look at the EU’s involvement in Moldova. The non-paper is available here.
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2013.11.22
New Issue of the Belarus Info Letter The Bell
EESC is presenting the newest issue of The Bell devoted to the analysis of the privatization process in Belarus. In the first article junior researcher Maryia Akulava, BEROC, reviews the investment climate in Belarus and lists many obstacles for investors. The second article by independent economist Aliaksandr Sinkevich gives a broad view of the current situation of the privatisation process in Belarus and shows two possible future scenarios. Please find The Bell 10(40) here.
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2013.10.30
New Issue of the Belarus Info Letter The Bell
The newest issue of The Bell is devoted to the analysis of the public support towards the regime and the changing social contract in Belarus. In the first article lecturer and political analyst Alena Artsiomenka discusses whether changing public attitude towards the regime were something new or just a repeat of the same story. In the second article sociologist Uladimir Charvonenka gives a broad view of the social contract and suggests possible scenarios for its transformation.  Please find The Bell No. 9 (39) here.
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2013.10.03
A third event of the series "What do Belarusians Think?" was held in Vilnius

On 1 October, during the Belarus Research Council Coordination meeting organized by the EESC, a third live panel discussion of the series “What do Belarusians Think?” took place in Vilnius. The series are organized to discuss the latest social research results on developments in Belarus.

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