#EECMD organized a conference on “Georgia’s European Future: Partnership and Strategy” to facilitate a discussion about the strategy of how to best pursue democratization and the European integration agenda under the existing security, socio-economic and political circumstances in Georgia.
“Language has always been something that has interested me. I grew up in a bilingual Ukrainian-Russian household in Canada, a bilingual English-French country. I never formally learnt Ukrainian or Russian, since my Ukrainian family did not want me to confuse the two, so I learnt French instead.” – Dasha Akhova
On behalf of the 140 members of the European Forum of Georgia, we would like to address the situation which has unfolded over the recent days, in regard to Georgian-European relations:
Today, Georgia is facing a significant challenge comparable to the events of 1921. On June 24, our country’s future will be decided, whether we finally return to the European family or miss out on this historic opportunity. Now, as never before, society needs to be united and reaffirm the civil consensus enshrined in the Constitution
The school’s work is part of a multilayer project in the region known as “Strengthening Democratic Political Culture in Moldova, through Grassroots Engagement and Enhanced Political Dialogue”. The project has begun operating in three stages with the support of the Netherlands Embassy in Moldova.
Eastern European Center for Multiparty Democracy (EECMD) organized a meeting between prominent Belarusian activist Anatoly Lyabedzka and leaders of Georgian political parties.