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Online Event: Transformation Processes in Eastern Europe and Central Asia – Presenting the Research Findings of the Eurasia Lab Fellows 

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Anti-corruption in Moldova, Covid-19 in Central Asia, Civil Society in Belarus – join our discussion and the presen­tation of research findings of our Eurasia Lab Fellows.

Thursday, 16 September 2021, 10.00 – 12.15 p.m. (CEST)

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Public Discussion (10.00–12.15 pm)

10.00–10.15 am
Welcome and Introduction

Dr. Katrin Böttger, Director, Institut für Europäische Politik, Berlin
Anton Artemyev, Division Director, Eurasia Program, Open Society Founda­tions, Berlin

Moder­ation: Laura Worsch, IEP

10.15–12.00 pm
Presen­tation of the Research Projects and Commentaries

10.15–10.50 am
“Civil Society and the COVID-19 Gover­nance Crisis in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan”

Azizjon Berdiqulov, Muslimbek Buriev and Sergey Marinin 

Discussant: Dr. Sergiusz Bober, Senior Researcher and Head of Cluster “Politics & Civil Society”, European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) (tbc)

10.50–11.25 am
“Prospects of Post-Author­i­tarian Trans­for­mation in Belarus: Tracing Civic and Political Initia­tives for Democracy Promotion” 

Fellows: Vasil Navumau and Olga Matveieva

Discussant: Katsiaryna Shmatsina, Analyst for the Belarusian Institute for Strategic Studies (BISS)

11.25–12.00 pm
“EU external anti-corruption promotion. A case study on the Republic of Moldova”

Fellows: Eliana Coraci and Mihai-Razvan Corman 

Discussant: Dr. Nedim Hogic, PhD Researcher with the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies

12.00–12.15 pm

12.15–13.00 pm
Lunch Break (virtual)

Meet & Greet (closed)

13.00–14.30 pm
Networking oppor­tu­nities for the former and new fellows


The Eurasia Lab & Fellowship Program is supported by the Open Society Founda­tions (OSF). The opinions expressed in the framework of the program may not reflect OSF’s views.