Vacancies / Calls

Internship in the South Caucasus Regional Office of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung

The South Caucasus Regional Office of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung based in Tbilisi, Georgia regularly awards internships. The duration of an internship is two to three months; this period may be extended in exceptional cases. We do not have internship placements during the summer period...

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Eastern European Academy For Social Democracy - Call for Applications

Dialogue and qualification program for young leaders of progressive parties or social democratic youth organizations, young members of parliament, junior government officials or active citizens of civil society from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Germany, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine...

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Social and Economic Policy in Armenia’s Parliamentary Elections

On 5 May, the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung and the Committee to Protect Freedom of Expression (CPFE, www.khosq.am) invited leading Armenian politicians,...

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Entramat (Armenia)

The Entramat is a web product, which should give a user decision-making assistance in elections.

The questions of the entramat were compiled by young...

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Anette Kramme fuels public dialogue about minimum wage in Georgia

What is hard work worth? This question was raised by Anette Kramme, Parliamentary State Secretary in the German Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs,...

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INCREASING INEQUALITY REDUCES LONG-TERM GROWTH

The consequences of increasing economic inequality for the development of the economy have been the subject of considerable controversy for some time...

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Georgia and Russia: In Search of Ways for Normalization

Since Georgia’s independence and the emergence of the Russian Federation as a successor of the

Soviet Union on the international stage, the relations...

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The economic situation in Armenia : opportunities and challenges in 2017

Armenia's economic situation remains difficult: There is serious distrust in society towards the current authorities over economic

issues. After 3%...

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