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
CASE Belarus for the first time became a delegate to the 8th Annual Assembly of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum (November 28-29, 2016, Brussels) with the observer status. CASE Belarus joined the 5th Working Group of the Forum called “Social & Labour Policies and Social Dialogue”. Together with the members of this Working Group from Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine, during 2016 CASE Belarus implemented the re-granting project "Vulnerable Employment in Machinery in Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine: Setting a Common Policy Agenda"
The 3rd edition of Kastryčnicky Ekanamičny Forum (KEF) will take place on November 3-4 in Minsk. KEF is a new open platform for a professional dialogue on Belarus’ sustainable development within the context of global economic development. KEF was established by the Research Center of the Institute for Privatization and Management in association with the Belarus Economic Research and Outreach Center (BEROC) and CASE Belarus.
The second workshop of the "Mapping out vulnerable sectors in the Eastern Partnership countries", sponsored by the International Visegrad Fund is to be held on 17th September in Chisinau. The workshop is organized by the IDIS Viitorul, Moldova and the Institute of World Economics, Center for Economic and Regional Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. During the event we present the first findings of the Machine Industry Report on Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova. The second panel will provide a stakeholder outlook and an explore the applicability of Visegrad experiences in the sectors.
IPM Research Center in cooperation with the Belarusian Economic Research and Outreach Center (BEROC) and the CASE Belarus hold 5 November 2014 in Minsk (hotel “Europe”) “Kastryčnіckі Ekanamіčny Forum” (KEF).
We are pleased to inform, that our project Amber Coast Logistics (ACL) was officially concluded! The closing conference entitled “Challenges, concepts and recommendations - the transport and logistics sector in the Baltic region” took place in Hamburg. The recommendations were delivered to the high-ranking politicians – among others to James Pond, Senior Advisor for the TEN-T Corridor "North Sea-Baltic" of the European Commission. You will find more information in the ACL Newsletter No. 6 provided below.
Amber Coast Logistics (ACL) has issued a new Newsletter No. 5 (pdf) which presents ACL partners, last events and partial outcomes of the ACL project, including Outlook on summary paper: Recommendations
IPM Research Center in cooperation with the Belarusian Economic Research and Outreach Center (BEROC) and the CASE Belarus held 5 November in Minsk (hotel “Europe”) “Kastryčnіckі Ekanamіčny Forum” (KEF). The purpose of the forum was to create a platform for open professional dialogue on sustainable development in Belarus.
Amber Coast Logistics (ACL) has issued a new Newsletter (pdf) which presents ACL partners, last events and partial outcomes of the ACL project, including Maritime in-depth knowledge exchange week in Hamburg, the ACL mid-term event was held
Amber Coast Logistics (ACL) has issued a new Newsletter (pdf) which presents ACL partners, last events and partial outcomes of the ACL project, including the recently signed document by the Prime Minister of the Republic of Belarus, Mikhail Myasnikovich, confirming the participation of Belarus in the European Union’s Baltic Sea Region Program and within this the partaking of Belarusian institutes and companies in ACL.
7 – 9 November 2012 CASE Belarus organized the third Steering Committee Meeting of Amber Coast Logistics members in Warsaw, Poland. The internal project meeting was attended by almost all project partners.
The economic potential of the Amber Coast, the southern and eastern Baltic Sea region, is significant even though still not exploited to its full extend. Increasing commercial activities in the region imply the necessity to improve transport streams and logistical development. Learn more about ACL partial outcomes in the newest Newsletter.