The international workshop “From Inspiration to Implementation: Europeanisation Process in Ukraine” (InIm)

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In January 22-23, 2016, in Chernivtsi NGO “Quadrivium” organized the international workshop “From Inspiration to Implementation: Europeanisation Process in Ukraine” (InIm) as a part of the project co-funded by the International Visegrad Fund. InIm seeks to address the notion of Europeanisation by engaging various target groups both from Ukraine and Central Eastern European Countries (CEECs).

In January 22-23, 2016, in Chernivtsi NGO “Quadrivium” organized the international workshop “From Inspiration to Implementation: Europeanisation Process in Ukraine” (InIm) as a part of the project co-funded by the International Visegrad Fund. InIm seeks to address the notion of Europeanisation by engaging various target groups both from Ukraine and Central Eastern European Countries (CEECs).

To this end, the project aims at establishing a network of experts (from Ukraine and CEECs) familiarised with the current debates on Europeanisation who will jointly commit to produce expertise for young researchers, specialists, civil society representatives and decision-makers in the field.

The workshop spanned over 2 days. During the first day the discussion was structured around the following 5 panels each of them was jointly coordinated by 2 speakers – one from Ukraine and one from CEECs:
1) Democratization and Europeanisation of the political system (speakers from Poland/Ukraine);
2) The impact of the Europeanisation on minority rights (speakers from Slovakia/Ukraine);
3) Decentralization and mobility in the post-communist state (speakers from Czech/Ukraine);
4) Between the Soviet Past and the European Future: markers of identity (speakers from Hungary/Ukraine);
5) Value-oriented aspects of Europeanisation (speakers from Slovakia/Ukraine).

The second day was devoted to the Europeanisation talks and discussion of the draft policy recommendations. The latest will be published in a “guide of best practices” and disseminated afterwards to specific target groups.

For further information about about the project, invited experts as well as the project results check the project website http://www.quadrivium.org.ua/InIm/
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