May 19, 2022

Study: Shrinking of the Civic Space in the post-COVID-19 pandemic in the Black Sea region

This study was developed by Mr Mark Mazureanu, Mr Danu Marin, Ms Sanda Sandu, Mr Ilie Prodan (Association for Student and Youth Initiatives’ Support ASIST), at the request of the Romanian NGDO Platform – FOND, and is funded within the CPDE-EU ‘‘Advancing CSO Advocacy and Capacity on EDC and Partnerships”.

The research paper Shrinking of the Civic Space in the post-COVID-19 pandemic in the Black Sea region aims to explore the impact of COVID-19 on civil society sector development in the Black Sea region countries of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Turkey, Ukraine and Belarus, with an emphasis on national experience and recommendations for regional cooperation. The recommendations of the current study will become a basis for developing an advocacy & communication campaign, aiming to raise awareness on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in the Black Sea region and Belarus.

The study can be accessed here.

The content of the research is the sole responsibility of FOND Romania.

Year of production 2021

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