• Energy and the next European Commission

    Energy

    Estimated time of reading: ~ 4 minutes What can we expect from the EU’s energy policies after the 2024 European elections? It is hard to answer such a question, as the dust has yet to settle down and the political balance in both Brussels and Strasbourg has yet to be defined. The long-anticipated rise of […]

  • BeInclusive EU Sport Awards 2024

    EU funding opportunities

    Estimated time of reading: ~ 2 minutes  As part of the Erasmus+ programme, a new call for applications for the #BeInclusive EU Sport Awards has been launched and it is open until 25 September 2024. The #BeInclusive EU Sport Awards aim to give visibility to the best projects that have successfully achieved inclusion through sport. […]

  • How the 2024 EU Parliament elections may impact EU funds

    Future Europe

    Estimated time of reading: ~ 2 minutes The 2024 European Parliament elections have already begun to affect the internal politics of some Member States, with implications extending to the broader European level through shifts in political dynamics within the EU Parliament and subsequent changes in the EU Commission’s composition. Today, I will explore how the […]

  • Is Georgia really on its democratic path? Incentives from the EU

    Editorial

    On May 27, the Parliament of Georgia approved the controversial “foreign agents” law, sparking weeks of protests and a wave of international condemnation. With 84 votes in favor and 4 against, legislators passed the bill, ignoring President Salome Zurabishvili’s veto. This decision was made despite ongoing protests and warnings from the European Union and the […]

  • Migration challenges and Georgia’s EU aspirations

    Migration

    Estimated time of reading: ~ 5 minutes In March 2022, Georgia officially applied for EU membership, and in December 2023, the European Commission granted the country candidate status, pending the fulfillment of certain conditions. This article will delve into the current status of Georgia’s EU accession process, focusing on the recent controversies surrounding the Law […]

  • How the EU supports Georgia’s development

    Future Europe

    Estimated time of reading: ~ 4 minutes The European Union (EU) is Georgia’s largest development partner, providing significant financial and technical support to foster the country’s development. The main financial instrument for this cooperation is the Neighbourhood, Development and International Cooperation Instrument – Global Europe (NDICI), which facilitates the EU’s engagement with external partners, including […]

  • EU support to Georgia and its citizens

    Employment and Social Affairs

    Estimated time of reading: ~ 4 minutes The recent approval in Georgia of the controversial “transparency on foreign influence” bill, often dubbed the “foreign agents law,” created a really serious stalemate between Tbilisi and the European Union authorities. Just in December 2023, the EU granted the candidate status to Georgia, although “on the understanding that […]

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