Eastern European Center for Multiparty Democracy (EECMD) organized a meeting between prominent Belarusian activist Anatoly Lyabedzka and leaders of Georgian political parties.
Violence and the threats of violence, used by anti-democratic, pro-Russia groups, have become a regular occurrence. So is the inability of the police to timely prevent these crimes.
The representatives of civil society, media, academia, and political parties, united by the belief that Georgia must be a democratic state and a member of the European Union and North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Ukraine and Georgia are states with common values linked by shared achievements and challenges on the path to Euro-Atlantic integration, the fundamental basis of which is the pursuit of freedom.
Eastern European Centre for Multiparty Democracy (EECMD) is pleased to announce the call for applications for the Democracy School study round 2022 in Chisinau