The first Eastern Partnership (EaP) Think Tank Forum, will be held in Chișinău, Republic of Moldova

The first Eastern Partnership (EaP) Think Tank Forum, will be held in Chișinău, Republic of Moldova on 21-22 September 2017.

The overall aim of the Forum is to provide for a platform to better connect Think Tanks across Europe for a maximum impact on their research, policy making and advocacy effort in promoting Europeanisation.

The EaP Think Tank Forum will also offer an opportunity to discuss a set of Policy Recommendations on the future of the Eastern Partnership for the upcoming EaP Summit in Brussels. The draft Policy Recommendations will be shared in advance with the participants of the Forum.

The Forum will provide a venue for a group of over 40 leading experts representing the think tank community from the EU and Eastern Partnership countries aiming at bridging the local, regional and European perspectives in addressing the current challenges and future perspectives of the EU’s Eastern Partnership policy. Experts from Western Balkans countries will also be invited to share their experience on issues of European integration and the role of the Think Tank partnerships in this regard.

A preliminary list of topics to be addressed at the Forum is available in the attached Draft Program.

Please register here not later than July 7h, 2017

For more details please contact Adrian Ermurachi at: adrian.ermurachi@ipre.md.

The Forum is organised within a project implemented by the Institute for European Policies and Reforms (Chișinău), Institute for World Policy (Kiev) and Georgian Institute for Strategic Studies (Tbilisi) in cooperation with the EaP CSF. The project is funded by the EU and National Endowment for Democracy from the EaP CSF re-Granting Scheme 2017, and co-financed by Konrad Adenauer Foundation.

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