On a recent trip to Armenia's capital Yerevan, we met with Grigor Yeritsyan, who is the president of one of the country's leading youth organizations, Armenia's Progressive Youth - where he told us...
During a recent trip to Georgia, we got the opportunity to briefly sit down with Kakha Gogolashvili, a former diplomat and currently the Director of the EU Studies Center at the Rondeli Foundations...
Change begins with people who raise their voices to demand democracy, equality, and human rights for all. We are highlighting eight of our results from supporting civil society in 2022.
ForumCiv met with Elen Manaseryan, the first female president of the Confederation of Trade Unions of Armenia to speak about her fight for the trade union movement in Armenia.
Three civil society voices on Moldova's path toward EU membership: "People should understand that the EU supports us"
On March 22, thirty-five civil society representatives met in Moldova's capital Chisinau to discuss problems and solutions within the framework of the EU's Eastern Partnership.
Natia Gvianishvili talks to Eka Tsereteli, executive director of Women's Initiatives Supporting Group (WISG) in Georgia, about the mass-protests in Tbilisi that forced the government to back down from...
Kristina Mikayelyan is the youngest community politician in Armenia. At the age of 19 she was elected as a member of the Council of Elders in Yeghegis community.
"The contacts between civil society in Sweden and Eastern Europe are crucial for building sustainable societies”
We asked Christina Johannesson, Sweden's Ambassador for the EU's Eastern Partnership, three questions about what Sweden can do to strengthen civil society in Eastern Europe.
Lviv-based organization Feminist Workshop on how Russia's full-scale invasion has changed their organizational work and what Sweden can do to support Ukrainian civil society in 2023.
On 12 March, Anna Stenvinkel and Svitlana Baliuk spoke at the Nordic Ukraine Forum's demonstration in solidarity with the Ukrainian people.