RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

EaP CSF Delivers Recommendations on Energy Infrastructure at 3rd EaP Energy Panel

Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum (EaP CSF) contributed to the discussions at the 3rd EaP Panel on Energy, with interventions on gas and broader energy infrastructure. Ana Otilia Nutu (Expert-Grup, Romania) and Igor Stukalenko (Centre for Global Studies...

EaP CSF Makes the Case for Civil Society Involvement in Trade Cooperation at EaP Trade Panel in Brussels, Specifically Pointing to EaP Trade Helpdesk

Sustainable trade cooperation does not only require government and business engagement, but also civil society participation – heard the participants of the last Trade Panel. The meeting, jointly hosted by DG Trade and DG Health and Food Safety, focused on...

EaP Migration Panel Gives Civil Society a Chance to Discuss the Potential of IBM Concept and Further Intragency Cooperation in Minsk

At the moment, Eastern Partnership countries could benefit more from having a clearer operating mechanism, ensuring efficient cooperation between relevant agencies and civil society organisations. Here, civil society has a role to play – for example, in...

EaP CSF Points to Space for Civil Society Involvement in Issuing Quality Certificates and Disseminating Information at EaP Trade Panel in Brussels

Civil society actors, such as business associations, should take the initiative to facilitate exchange of information between certification bodies and the wider business community. The debate is key to ensuring standardisation and convergence of...

EaP CSF Participates in EaP Panel on Organic Agriculture in Tartu, Calling for State Support in Order to Improve Public Awareness and Traceability

Lack of official data, open registers, access to organic seeds – and the absence, or rather low, level of state support in EaP countries all contribute to poor traceability and public awareness, heard the participants of Eastern Partnership (EaP) Panel on...

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