Partners

Minsk Dialogue Track-II Initiative

Minsk Dialogue Track-II Initiative

The Minsk Dialogue was launched in March 2015 as a Track-II (non-governmental) diplomacy platform with a focus on international relations and security in Europe and Eurasia. It aims to create a permanent expert forum for regular conferences and promoting innovative policy advice. The conferences are held under the Chatham House Rule with a view to facilitating open exchange. In order to establish ties with Track-I diplomacy (inter-governmental), diplomats are invited as observers.
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Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies

Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies

The Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies was established in 2007 as the political foundation and official think tank of the European People’s Party (EPP). It embodies a pan-European mind-set based on centre-right, Christian Democrat, conservative and like-minded political values and research. Among other things, it takes part in the preparation of EPP programmes and policy documents and organises seminars and training on EU policies and on the process of European integration.
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Institute for Privatization and Management (IPM)

Institute for Privatization and Management (IPM)

The Research Center of the Institute for Privatization and Management is an independent think tank, specializing in economic and social research (established in 1999). IPM cooperates actively with the German Economic Team in Belarus. One of the main objectives of IPM is the development of independent expertise on various economic topics for the official structures, including Council of Ministers, the National Bank, the Ministry of Economy, Ministry of Finance and other organizations involved in the formulation and implementation of economic policy in Belarus.
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European Humanities University

European Humanities University

The European Humanities University is a private institution of higher education operating in the European Union for Belarus on the basis of principles of institutional autonomy and standards of the European Higher Education Area. EHU uses its unique geopolitical status and educational potential for the development of a European intellectual space without borders and the return of knowledge to Belarus. The university also aims at the development of civic education and broadening of human rights and potential through freedom of speech, thought, and research.
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The Eastern Europe Studies Centre (EESC)

The Eastern Europe Studies Centre (EESC)

The Eastern Europe Studies Centre (EESC) is a non-governmental, non-profit organization aiming to build civil society and promote democracy in Eastern Europe by monitoring and researching political, economic, and social developments in the region, and by developing qualitative analyses of them. EESC organizes conferences, seminars, and round-table discussions regarding issues relevant to civil society and democracy; it trains people in areas relevant to its mission; and it also offers consultations and recommendations to individuals and organizations cooperating with Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, and Georgia. EESC specializes in the EU Eastern neighborhood policy.
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European Research Association "Oikonomos"

European Research Association "Oikonomos"

OIKONOMOS European Research Association was created in March 2014 as the initiative of researchers and professors from Belarus, Poland, Russia. Its mission is to promote and coordinate research on ordoliberalism, social market economy, social entrepreneurship, corporate social responsibility, and Christian normative economic theory. The Association is located in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania.
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SYMPA

SYMPA

The School of Young Managers in Public Administration (SYMPA) was founded in 2008 with an aim of creating a community of young professionals competent in public administration and able to play a role as managers in a future democratic Belarus. SYMPA was registered in Belarus in 2010 and its core activities are education, research and advocacy ib the field of public administration. SYMPA is a member of NISPAcee and the OECD Global Network of Schools of Public Administration.
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BIPART

BIPART

The Belarusian Institute for Public Administration Reform and Transformation (BIPART) was established in 2011 as a research branch of SYMPA. BIPART promotes the public administration reform in Belarus, and produces between three and seven policy papers per year on different aspects of public administration. BIPART’s research topics include framework for public administration reform, the needs of stakeholders (including government experts), and current issues relevant to the media and public interest. BIPART also monitors public finances and public procurement in Belarus.
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