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Policy papers have been produced as part of the activities involving project partners, be it round tables, conferences or seminars and/or through multi-stakeholder dialogue

FROM THE 4TH TO THE 5TH EAP SUMMIT

This policy paper is based on opinions expressed during the round-table discussion, “From the 4th to the 5th EaP Summit: Defining the Aims, Action Plan”, held on the 12th of November 2015. The round-table discussion was attended by Parliamentarians, representatives of the RA executive body, representatives of civil society organisations and independent experts. The event was organised within the framework of the EU-funded “Civil Society. Dialogue for Progress” project.

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“Kvemo Kartli Regional Youth Development Strategy 2015-2021”

This policy paper aims to address a broad range of issues that affect young people who are 14-29 years old and who live in Kvemo Kartli region in Georgia. The Strategy is based on The Georgian National Youth Policy Document that takes into account specific characteristics and needs of the region. The document is viewed as a starting point for building a society where young people enjoy fulfilling lives, are active in their communities, show tolerance and care towards others, get to the point of being independent and have the opportunity to realize their potential. Full implementation of the Strategy requires the sustained and committed attention of a broad range of actors responsible for young people and their issues in the region. It is an opportunity to turn talks about importance of young people to Georgia’s present and future into reality.

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FORCES FOR CHANGE: WHAT IS THE IMPACT OF CIVIL SOCIETY?

By: Orysia Lutsevych, Fellow, Chatham House; This study among other topics talks about how the EU approaches civil society and how to measure its impact in the region. EU views civil society as a complementary track to its bi-lateral relations with governments and the author argues that in order to reinvigorate civil society impact, both Western donors and CSOs should expand their horizons by opening to new issues, new groups and new models of citizen engagement. This papers gives some food for thought on how to change the status quo of current donor - CSOs relations in the Eastern Partnership to increase civil society's engagement and impact.

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“The EU Should Be More Realistic and Armenia More Precise, While Presenting Their Own Interests”

This policy paper is based on the opinions expressed during the round-table discussion "Common Grounds and Contradictions between the EU DCFTA and the EEU CU: Suggestions for their Compatibility”, held on March 26, 2015. The round-table discussion was attended by Parliamentarians, representatives of the RA executive body, embassies, international organisations in the RA, and independent experts from civil society organisations.

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FOR EU-ARMENIA RELATIONS IN THE FRAMEWORK PERSPECTIVES OF PROGRESS OF THE RIGA SUMMIT

This Policy Paper is based on opinions expressed during the round-table discussion, “Perspectives of Progress for EU-RA Relations in the Framework of the Riga Summit”, held on the 2nd of June 2015. The round-table discussion was attended by Parliamentarians, representatives of the RA executive body, embassies, international organisations in the RA, representatives of civil society organisations and independent experts. The discussion was organised within the framework of the EU-funded “Civil Society. Dialogue for Progress” project.

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ARMENIA SHOULD BE AN INITIATOR IN DEVELOPING ITS RELATIONS WITH THE EU

This policy paper is based on the opinions expressed during the round-table discussion “The current state of affairs of EU-RA relations: perspectives and the role of Armenian civil society in this process”, which took place on December 19th, 2014. Independent experts, state officials, diplomats and representatives from NGOs took part, and the event was organised in the framework of the EU-funded project “Civil Society: Dialogue for Progress”.

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Statement On the Process of Georgia's Energy Community Membership Accession

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Resolution: Ukrainian Forum on Tax Reform

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