We are happy to bring to your attention the first issue of the “Experts Speaking” rubric prepared by the Eastern Partnership Panel on Migration, Mobility and Integrated Border Management with
The presented analytical report (in Russian, download interactive file) contains results of the work of expert group within the project “Fair and efficient urban development: a ‘compact city’ concept for
The workshop «Vital Problems of Vulnerable Groups: the Belarusian and European Experience» took place in Minsk
The workshop «Vital Problems of Vulnerable Groups: the Belarusian and European Experience» took place in Minsk. The workshop «Vital Problems of Vulnerable Groups: The Belarusian and European Experience» conducted within
The infografics comes from the project ENCON. Please see the project website for more information and research details.
At least HALF OF THE FORMER PRISONERS do not have a chance to be employed in Belarus, while 70% OF RECIDIVISTS are those unemployed. Is Belarusian penitentiary system effective enough?
Documents such as the Treaty establishing the European Community and the European Union (EU) Charter of Fundamental Rights set out fundamental social objectives, such as the promotion of employment and social protection, and include principles such as freedom, equality, and solidarity, and the right to fair and just working conditions, as well as social security and social assistance and equality between men and women.
Previous studies revealed that hidden urban sprawl takes place in agglomeration ring of Minsk with 1 million m2 dwellings recently built in the capital’s nearby villages. According to the latest news, Belarus authorities urged to stop development of Minsk agglomeration ring and to use more efficient the opportunities of urban development within the city. CASE Belarus’ research shows that current urban sprawl in Belarus is inefficient and creates high costs for the society.
ENCON — Enhancing CSOs Contribution to Evidence-Based Policy Making for Vulnerable Groups (2017-2018)
CASE Belarus in cooperation with CASE (Poland), Institute of Economic Research of Slovak Academy of Sciences (Slovakia), The Faculty of Economics and Administration of Masaryk University (Czech Republic), as well as ACT (Belarus) starts a project to enhance evidence-based policy towards vulnerable groups in Belarus.
Quarterly issues of the Macroeconomic Review of Belarus represent the unique panorama in over 100 graphs and tables of the key economic indicators covering all sectors of Belarusian economy: real
Vulnerable Employment in Machinery in Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine: Setting a Common Policy Agenda (2016)
Lead Organization: Belarusian Congress Of Democratic Trade Unions Partners: Confederation of Free Trade Unions of Ukraine, Labour Institute, CASE Belarus Project duration: 1 May 2016- 30 November 2016