2013.11.07
Seven election observers (Belarus, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Moldova, Ukraine and Poland) representing non-governmental organizations which are members of the Civil Society Forum of the Eastern Partnership observed the Presidential election in Georgia on October 27, 2013. The observers were well received and had an intensive programme of meetings and training sessions with local NGO’s, representatives of the media, main contenders and government officials. On polling day, the Task Force (TF) monitored the voting process in 41 precinct election commissions in Tbilisi, Rustavi and Mtskheta and attended the opening and vote count in four randomly selected precinct commissions.
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2012.04.20
In 2011, within the framework of the Foundation’s European Integration Program, a group of experts prepared a report: Implementation of European Neighborhood Policy Action Plan for 2011 in Georgia: Assessment of Civil Society Representatives.

Economic reform and the development of trade with the EU are crucial aspects of the ENP AP. The report commissioned by Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) tackles the key issues as: Competition policy, Customs procedures, Intellectual property rights. 

Implementation of European Neighborhood Policy Action Plan for 2011 in Georgia: Assessment of Civil Society Representatives. See in PDF 
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2012.04.20
In 2010, within the framework of the Foundation’s European Integration Program, a group of distinguished experts prepared a report: Implementation of European Neighbourhood Policy Action Plan for Georgia in Trade and Some Trade Related Areas in 2010. 
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2012.04.20
This monitoring report has been prepared by the representatives of civil society organizations in the EaP 6 countries and their international partners within the Human Rights Sub-working group of the Civil Society Forum of the Eastern Partnership.  See in PDF
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2012.04.20
This monitoring report has been prepared by the representatives of civil society organizations in EaP6 countries and their international partners1 within the Human Rights Sub-working group of Working Group 1, Civil Society Forum of the Eastern Partnership.  See in PDF
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2011.12.30
The meeting was held on October 7 and 8, 2010 in Brussels and over 60 representatives from both EU and EaP countries participated and contributed to the discussions. The moderators Kristina Prunerova from European Partnership for Democracy and Siarhiej Mackievic from Assembly of Non-governmental Organizations of Belarus began the meeting by summarising the work of the steering committee since the last meeting in Brussels in November 2009. 
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2011.12.16
The European Union’s Eastern Partnership was inaugurated in Prague on 7 May 2009. It represents a concerted effort on the part of the EU and six non-EU former Soviet Bloc nations – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova, and Belarus – to upgrade and expand their relationship.
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2011.12.16
The May 7 inauguration of the Eastern Partnership of the European Union and its Eastern neighbours in Prague, during the Czech presidency, is an event of symbolic significance. The collapse of communism in Eastern and Central Europe ushered in hope for peace, security and the sovereign right of every nation to choose its own path of development. Today, through the Eastern Partnership, the enlarged European Union, which integrates nations from both sides of the former “Iron Curtain,” seeks to offer similar opportunities to its Eastern neighbours.
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2011.12.15
 TO THE EASTERN PARTNERSHIP SUMMIT
(Prepared by the Steering Committee)
Warsaw, September 29, 2011

Perspectives and Recommendations

1. Strengthen democratic societies
2. Associate via sectorial integration
3. Anchor the EaP Civil Society Forum in the family of European institutions

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2011.12.15
Based on the initiative and input from the Human Rights Sub-Working Group of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum´s Working Group 1, we are pleased to present the attached monitoring report.
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