Young People from EU and EaP Countries Are Invited to Participate in the Eastern Partnership Summer School Program

The Institute of History of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, in cooperation with Belarusian State University, Faculty of International Relations; the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and Friedrich Ebert Foundation, invites young people from EU and EaP countries to participate in the Eastern Partnership Summer School program.

The Eastern Partnership Summer School is a program designed to build a transnational network of young professionals employed in the state structures, think tanks, NGOs and working in the EaP policy field. The program intends to deepen the knowledge about Eastern Partnership policies among public servants, researchers, civil society workers and policy makers from the EaP region, and prepare concrete proposals for the EaP improvement.

During an intensive 5-day-school, participants will go through a carefully balanced program of lectures, discussions with top experts and practitioners from the EU and EaP countries, as well as practical assignments.

Eligibility

The call is open for young researchers and experts:

- from the EU and EaP countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova),

- working in the field of international relations, law, NGO, social sciences,

- preferably aged between 25 and 35 years,

- command of English language. Knowledge of Russian language is highly welcomed.

Application Deadline: July 30, 2018. All applications after the deadline won’t be accepted.

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