Events

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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. 

  • Civil Society Under Russia’s Threat: Building Resilience in Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova

    Join Chatham House and EED for the presentation of Chatham House’s new research paper “Civil Society Under Russia’s Threat: Building Resilience in Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova”. Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova are at the front line of a heated battle for their own future.

  • Donbas Today and Tomorrow: Local and International Perspectives

    The Ukrainian Think Tanks Liaison Office in Brussels together with the European Endowment for Democracy and in cooperation with United Nations Ukraine are organising a conference to present the views of Ukrainian people on the present and the future of Donbas.

  • European Youth Event: Yo!Fest 2018

    2018 marks the anniversary of the tenth edition of Yo!Fest and the third time the European Youth Forum joins forces with the European Parliament to create the European Youth Event (EYE). European Endowment for Democracy (EED) is a proud partner of the event, co-organising two sessions with EED partners and grantees.

  • One World in Brussels

    The European Endowment for Democracy (EED) is a proud partner of One World in Brussels, a documentary film festival focusing on current issues related to human rights. At One World in Brussels, you will have a chance to see the best films of the One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival.

  • Security or Democracy – do we need to make a choice?

    The European Endowment for Democracy in cooperation with the International Media Support, Danish Foreign Policy Society and Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy is organising a conference devoted to democratic challenges in the European Neighbourhood. The conference, taking place on 10 May 2017 in Copenhagen, will gather Danish democracy-support community, Member States’ representatives, high level speakers and democracy activists, to jointly discuss how Europe engages in supporting the development of democracy and democracy activists in the

  • Civic activism and democratic values in Eastern Partnership countries

    On the occasion of III Eastern Partnership Days organised by East Poland House, the European Endowment for Democracy (EED) invited three of its grantees to speak about the situation of civic activism in their countries.

  • Ukraine: Groundwork laid for accelerating reforms

    Two years have passed since civil society organisations proposed a comprehensive roadmap of reforms to be implemented by the government in Ukraine. On 26 September, EED hosted an event bringing together experts to reflect on the state-of-play.

  • Money in Politics: “Corruption is universal and affects all countries”

    On 16 September, EED and International IDEA – an intergovernmental organisation that supports democracy worldwide - organised a panel discussion "Money in Politics: Democracy, state-building and corruption in the Eastern Neighbourhood."

  • 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.