In repressive environments, opposition voices are increasingly reliant on the online world to exist. However, a recent case involving Meydan TV suggests that authoritarian regimes are embarking on a disguised battle against online dissent.
On 4 December, EED hosted the event ‘’What Next for Belarus?’’, co-organised in cooperation with Chatham House. Anna Kanopatskaya, member of the opposition United Civil Party at the Belarusian National Assembly, was the guest speaker.
To mark International Anticorruption Day on 9 December, EED is pleased to publish an article on our grantees from Kharkiv Anticorruption Centre (KAC), exposing corruption and abuse of public finances in Kharkiv, Eastern Ukraine.
On 23 November 2017, ahead of the 5th Eastern Partnership Summit in Brussels, the European Endowment for Democracy (EED) hosted the conference Quo Vadis Eastern Partnership? A Retrospective look into The Future.