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Project: EaP Cooperation for Stronger Democracy: Georgia, Moldova and Armenia





Analytical Centre on Globalisation and Regional Cooperation (ACGRC)




















EaP Cooperation for Stronger Democracy:
Georgia, Moldova and Armenia


Forum and Workshops
GEORGIA-MOLDOVA-ARMENIA FORUM – How Will the War in Ukraine Reshape Democracy and Governance in EaP



Online Workshop III: “Putin’s war in Ukraine, the EU’s response and the effects on Moldova, Georgia and Armenia”



Online Workshop II - "Assessing Polarization in the EaP Countries: Mixed Record"



Online Workshop I: 'Election Season' in the Eastern Partnership Region: A Window for Change and Reforms?


Policy Papers & Briefs
Implications of the war in Ukraine - Expert Opinion from Armenia

Political and Societal Polarization in Post-electoral Armenia and its Detrimental Effect on Good Governance and Democratic Process

Electoral Reforms in Armenia and Civil Society Engagement


Project name: “EaP Cooperation for Stronger Democracy: Georgia, Moldova and Armenia”. The project is implemented by the Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP, Georgia) in partnership with the Institute for European Policies and Reforms (IPRE, Moldova) and Analytical Center on Globalization and Regional Cooperation (ACGRC, Armenia). The project benefits from support through the Netherlands Fund for Regional Partnerships MATRA for regional cooperation in the Eastern Partnership (EaP).

  • Article by MEP Leonidas Donskis: Seeking Safety and Security in an Unsafe and Insecure World READ
  • Strategy paper of the association "Human Rights in Belarus" developed in view of the upcoming presidential elections in Belarus READ


ACGRC became a member of the Danish Development Research Network


ACGRC became a member of the Black Sea Research Network (BSRN). BSRN is an action-focused and multidisciplinary network of policy-oriented research institutes that develop research programmes on issues of importance to the political, social and economic development of the Black Sea region. It represents an innovative attempt to structure and coordinate a network of research institutes (and researchers) focusing on the wider Black Sea region. The Network is working under the patronage of the International Centre for Black Sea Studies (Greece).


Chairman of the Board of the Analytical Centre on Globalisation and Regional Cooperation Stepan Grigoryan took part in the Czech Television film Sore Spots of Southern Caucasus.
Petruška Šustrová is the script author and Martin Mahdal is cameraman and producer of the film.



ACGRC became a member of the Central and Eastern European Citizens Network (CEE CN). The network was created to provide opportunities for citizens' grassroots initiatives from CEE region to learn, exchange experiences and ideas as well as enhance their organisational growth through establishing and managing a partner relationship among themselves.

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