EU Support to Media in the Eastern Partner Countries

EU Support to Media in the Eastern Partner Countries

13 September 2017
This factsheet can be useful for journalists and media professionals seeking an overview of EU support to media in the Eastern Partner countries at a regional and country-specific level. It also provides information on the available funding under the OPEN Media Hub project and the European…
EU4Business UKRAINE Country Report May 2017: Investing in SMEs in the Eastern Partnership

EU4Business UKRAINE Country Report May 2017: Investing in SMEs in the Eastern Partnership

20 July 2017
This EU4Business report offers a deep analysis of the economic situation in Ukraine, as well as presents the EU4Business projects currently under implementation in the country. It also focuses on present national policies and future measures planned in the national strategy for SMEs. In 2016…
The EU's Association Agreements and DCFTAs with Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia: A Comparative Study

The EU's Association Agreements and DCFTAs with Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia: A Comparative Study

17 July 2017
This study aims to analyse the key differences between the three Association Agreements (AAs) the EU concluded with Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia. Whereas the ‘3 DCFTA’ project already analysed in detail the scope, contents and implementation perspectives of these agreements in three separate ‘…
Unlocking private finance for energy efficiency and greener, low-carbon growth

Unlocking private finance for energy efficiency and greener, low-carbon growth

17 July 2017
One of the key priorities of the Eastern Partnership and Central Asia countries is to support the transition to cleaner, affordable, and more sustainable energy. This is expected to make the region less exposed to external risks and to bolster the countries' resilience by reducing energy imports…
First EU4Business Consolidated Report

EU4Business Consolidated Report, May 2017

02 July 2017
SMEs in the EaP countries have the potential to make a significant contribution to job creation and to drive economic growth. However they still face challenges which prevent them from realising their full potential. Typical challenges are: limited access to finance, constraints in accessing new…
EFSE Annual Report 2016

EFSE Annual Report 2016

02 July 2017
The EFSE aims to foster economic development and prosperity in the Southeast Europe region and in the European Eastern neighbourhood region through the sustainable provision of additional development finance, notably to micro and small enterprises and to private households, via qualified financial…
COMUS final publication

COMUS final publication, June 2017

02 July 2017
On-going efforts towards sustainable development require sound and innovative perspectives on human rights and democratic governance, beyond solely economic concerns. With the consideration of heritage as a social, economic and political resource, it is essential to develop a new way of looking at…
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The Young European Ambassadors

29 May 2017
The role of the Young European Ambassadors (YEA) is to represent the youth of their countries and network with young people from the European Union and the Eastern Neighbourhood countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine). They exchange experience, discuss matters of…
Feasibility study of gender-sensitive energy cooperatives

Feasibility study of gender-sensitive energy cooperatives in Georgia, Ukraine, Armenia and Moldova

26 May 2017
This in an overview of the feasibility of gender-sensitive energy cooperatives in Georgia, Ukraine, Armenia and Moldova. In each country, existing national climate and energy policies are examined and, if existing, feed-in tariffs for renewable energy are explained.
Second study on civil participation in decision making in EaP published

Civil Participation in Decision Making in the Eastern Partnership Countries Part II: Practice and Implementation

26 May 2017
Analysts from the six countries examine the extent to which laws and policies are applied and implemented. The authors first assess to what extent the statutory procedures have been followed in the policy-making cycle in recent years, and then look case studies in each country to examine in detail…