Cybercrime – A Georgian prosecutor on challenges and EU support

Cybercrime – A Georgian prosecutor on challenges and EU support

07 March 2019
Cyber blackmail, internet scams, dissemination of private videos, hacking of private bank accounts and theft – these are just some of the cases on which Mariam Gogoreliani, supervising prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia, has been working since 2015.
Armine Abramyan: 'To develop science in Armenia, it has to serve the industry'

Armine Abramyan: 'To develop science in Armenia, it has to serve the industry'

07 March 2019
Armine Abramyan, an agronomist, environmental specialist, and doctor of biological sciences, who heads the recently created International Research Program Coordinating Unit at the Armenian National Agrarian University, is trying to increase the capacity of the university's research centres while…
Irina Fusu, dentist and entrepreneur who wants to digitize curing process in Moldova and educate her patients about dental ethics

Irina Fusu, dentist and entrepreneur who wants to digitize curing process in Moldova and educate her patients about dental ethics

04 March 2019
At just 31 years old, dentist Irina Fusu is in the final sprint to open her own dental clinic, a business designed together with her husband, who is also a dentist.
Karyna Litvinova: promoting the idea of electronic democracy for every community in Ukraine

Karyna Litvinova: promoting the idea of electronic democracy for every community in Ukraine

26 February 2019
Karyna Litvinova is a fellow of the EU-funded Eastern Partnership Civil Society Fellowship Programme. She is a member of the E-Democracy Support Group the 'Reanimation Package of Reforms' and a co-author of an online course on digital social activism. Karyna is also the editor-in-chief of the…
How to make dreams come true: stories of successful Ukrainian women

How to make dreams come true: stories of successful Ukrainian women

07 March 2018
Cooperation between Ukraine and the EU has opened many opportunities for active citizens. Training courses, projects, fellowships and other activities are helping Ukrainians – particularly women – to realise their dreams and ideas.
How the EU is helping Moldovan women to change their country

How the EU is helping Moldovan women to change their country

06 March 2018
From working on soil protection or conducting civil society development training, to helping institutions become more publically visible or implementing a dream project in their home country… This article presents the stories of five women from the Republic of Moldova who were inspired, empowered,…
EU boosts Armenian communities by opening doors for women

EU boosts Armenian communities by opening doors for women

04 March 2018
Gender inequality and stereotypes can make Armenian women reluctant to take part in new initiatives. Many are afraid that they will not get support from society and their families, and so they do not maximise their full potential. Thanks to the programmes and support offered by the European Union (…
An alternative to emigration: is it realistic to get students with European degrees to come back to Ukraine?

An alternative to emigration: is it realistic to get students with European degrees to come back to Ukraine?

15 March 2017
These days, European students and researchers have been celebrating a special anniversary – 30 years of the EU’s Erasmus programme, which has given generations of students the opportunity to study at foreign universities. Over the last decade, this programme has been accessible to Ukrainians as…