Three examples of how Belarusian science is involved in solving shared European problems, bringing results also to their own country
Horizon 2020 is the European Union's programme aimed at developing science and innovation. Representatives from Belarus took every opportunity to participate in it and cooperate with scientists and researchers from other European countries.
Ten years of the Eastern Partnership: how do young Eastern Partners view their ties with the European Union?
Last December at the Eastern Partnership conference in Vienna, a correspondent from the Segodnya website in Ukraine, Krystyna Zeleniuk spoke to ‘Young European Ambassadors’ from all six Eastern Partnership countries.
How MOST unites professionals: a Belarusian doctor learns how the Dutch manage the pregnancy process
Yekaterina Shilkina, a gynaecologist from Minsk, was immersed in the practice of obstetrics – the branch of medicine covering childbirth and midwifery – when she went to the Netherlands for an internship in the framework of the EU-funded MOST programme.
Around 18,000 schoolchildren from the Viciebsk region of Belarus have already experienced the virtual tours on offer at the Hlybokaye Museum of History and Ethnography.
How a resident of Baranavičy went to volunteer in Portugal for a year
Natasha and her 14-year-old son Sasha have no place to live. They found shelter at the Social Crisis Centre for Women in Mahilioŭ. Natasha says that her family was saved by the centre and that she will fight for her son.
Let us imagine a scenario: You get a new fridge. You know the exact figure – how much energy, in kilowatt-hours, the old refrigerator consumed each year. With the new one, you can save, say, 200 kilowatt-hours per year, but it costs a little more than the previous one. By simple mathematical…
An EU-financed project implemented by the Belarusian Children's Hospice and British NGO HealthProm aims to create an advocacy system for families who have seriously ill children.
Belarus: How an EU-supported project is changing the lives of children with special needs in Navapolack
On 1 September, Navapolack school № 8 opened its doors for the new school year. At the school, known as “school № 8”, an inclusive environment continues to be created thanks to a joint project between the EU and the Navapolack City Executive Committee.
What do the Belarusian city of Polack and the French city of Lyon have in common? And how are local residents changing their regions in Belarus? Read on to find out. The European Union and Belarus are currently implementing four joint energy projects, with a total budget of over €3 million. With…