The Eastern Partnership (EaP) programme for deepening and strengthening relations between the European Union and its six Eastern partner countries – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova, and Ukraine – celebrates its 10th anniversary in May.
As part of an educational project implemented through an EU programme, a master’s course has been established in Georgia in the area of addictology, meaning the study of addictions and dependence.
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.
In the last two years the visa-free travel regime between Ukraine and the European Union has become not only comfortable, but also customary. The number of issued biometric passports has already exceeded 12 million!
Information technologies (IT) are growing rapidly in Armenia. The country’s government announced IT as one of their priorities and recently decided to establish a Ministry of High Technologies. The Armenian government has also adopted laws according to which newly created IT startups will be…
This week families prepare for the new school year. Bright, motivated students across Europe are full of determination to acquire new skills to support their employability in the future. Today’s students will be tomorrow’s citizens, leaders, professionals and entrepreneurs. Providing them with a…
“Living in a Europe based on mutual understanding instead of evoking conflicts makes us stronger together”, replied Hanna Launikovich from Belarus and Philipp Brugner from Austria when asked to describe the importance of cooperation between the EU and their countries.
Once I was asked: “Do you have a best day of your life which you would like to repeat?” It is a tough question for me, as I do not have such a day. I have 365 amazing days, a whole year, which I would like to repeat.
Young Belarusians have many opportunities to study abroad, thanks to the EU's educational programmes. Participants explain how they work, what their impressions are, and share tips on making the most of the opportunities that are available.
The European Union attaches great importance to youth programmes, both within the EU and in the European Neighbourhood. The diversity of available youth, educational and exchange programmes proves that the EU sets its hopes for the future on educated, cultured and respectful young people.