On the 1st of March 2018, Office for European Expertise and Communications and Baltic Internet Policy Initiative (BIPI) presented the results of the survey «Awareness of and involvement into the activities of civil society organizations and informal initiatives in Belarus» targeted on Belarusian internet audience.
In November-December 2016 Office for European Expertise and Communications and Baltic Internet Policy Initiative conducted the research “Awareness and engagement of Belarusians into the activities of CSOs and non-formal initiatives”.
Annual survey report dedicated to the attitude of Belarusians towards the EU is published in terms of the OPEN Neighbourhood “EU Neighbours East” project. You can download the results of the survey here.
The OPEN Neighbourhood “EU Neighbours East” project aims to increase the understanding of EU support in the Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries through improved communication. The overall objective of the project is to contribute to the improvement of the public perception of the EU, as well as to a better understanding of European policies and their impact through the regional and bilateral EU support and cooperation programmes in Eastern Partnership countries.
The project will develop information and communication materials, carry out awareness-raising and information campaigns, and assess the perception of the EU and its support through opinion polling and media monitoring.
What is information point?
Information point for the local communities development is a space for exchange of best practices, tools and reliable data among experts, consultants and initiative people who work with communities on the local level.
We offer expert information, manuals, materials, discussions and consultations for people who want to expend the possibilities of work with the local community and to change positively the world around themselves.
Information point works in 4 directions:
- forum for discussion of problems, work tools and problem solution cases with the local communities
- expert materials
- “Friendly Neighbour”: presentations of best work practices with the local community