By: eidp

New website
August 3, 2017

Welcome to the new website of the EIDP! After running our old website for almost 10 years, we thought it was…

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How politically mature are the Georgians?
September 9, 2016

The political maturity of a nation is difficult to define, but on 8 October Georgians will contribute to the world’s perception…

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Narrative Project Report Building Peace Together Through Remembrance
February 9, 2016

The narrative report for the seminar of the project “Active Citizens for Reconciliation – Building Peace Together Through Remembrance” has been…

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TUT.BY journalist beaten and fined during court trial in Minsk
January 28, 2016

Pavel Dobrovolsky, journalist of the Belarusian news website TUT.BY, was detained and beaten by police as he was working covering the…

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Moldovans want government to address corruption and billion dollar theft
September 27, 2015

On 6 September Chisinau saw the largest civic protests since independence. These protests, where up to 100,000 people took part, were…

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Report: “Social Inclusion: one size fits all or a step too far?”
September 9, 2015

The past summer I spent a week in the blazing heat of Tirana, Albania on a youth exchange organized by the…

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Report: “On the Topic of Democracy: a Training of Trainers”
January 14, 2015

From the 1st of November until 9th of November, we attended a special project: a training of trainers in Misaktsieli, Georgia….

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Report: “Election Observation Moldova”
January 11, 2015

From the 26th of November till the 3rd of December 2014 I participated on behalf of the EIDP in the Election…

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Report: “Youth Participation Outside the Ballot Box”
December 11, 2014

From November 5 to 12 an international group of young people from countries such as Ukraine, Georgia, Romania, the Netherlands, Denmark,…

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Live Blog Parliamentary Elections Moldova 2014 (closed)
December 1, 2014

Moldova is a small land-locked country of 3.5 million people bordering the European Union and will be going to the polls…

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