Events

EED is widely recognised as a democracy hub – ‘Democracy House’ – inspiring discussion and debate. Join our events! 

World Forum for Democracy | Strasbourg, France, 2016 © European Endowment for Democracy

Next main event

Ukraine: new players, old game? The role of civic activism and media

19/11/2019 to 13:30
Location European Endowment for Democracy Rue de la Loi 34
1040 Brussels
Belgium

Have a look at our interactive calendar for upcoming events held at EED offices and held in collaboration with our partners.

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Past events

Through events and collaboration with partners, EED seeks to create synergies, promote its work and results - and that of its grantees - and offer a platform for enhancing visibility.  Take a look through our past events listings to find out more. 

  • EED at the Global Media Forum 2017

    Building on a positive experience at the Global Media Forum in 2016, the European Endowment for Democracy is yet again travelling to Bonn to contribute to this year's edition of this unique conference by Deutsche Welle. The GMF is dedicated to looking at various topics in the field of foreign policy, future of the media and freedom of expression under an overarching focus theme for 2017 of "Identity and Diversity".

  • Celebrating three years of EED

    The European Endowment for Democracy has been working to support civil society actors and democracy activists in the EU Neighbourhood since July 2013. During this period, EED has evolved from a concept put forward by EU Institutions and Member States into a vibrant, innovative member of the democracy support community.

    We are pleased to invite you to our Special Event to celebrate the Endowment’s three-year anniversary.

  • EED event: Exporting Repression: the spread of human rights violations in the former Soviet Union and how institutions respond

    It is our great pleasure to invite you to the discussion "Exporting Repression: the spread of human rights violations in the former Soviet Union and how institutions respond", co-organised by the Foreign Policy Centre, Open Society European Policy Institute (OSEPI) and EED.