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Applicants are expected to be university students, undergraduates orgraduates interested in European studies, South East Europe, regional cooperation, public administration, security, energy and environment
issues. They should also have interest in policy research and at least basic research skills. An interest in one or more of Analytica’s programmes of research would be an advantage. Proficiency in English is essential. There are no citizenship requirements.

Gender Alliance for Development Center has recently published a research on unpaid work in Tirana, Albania.

Gender Alliance for Development Center has recently published a research on unpaid work in Tirana, Albania. The study is called “The division of the private and public life in the Albanian households”-a gender-based approach.

An exciting educational and legal practice-oriented opportunity for a young practicing lawyer from Central Eastern Europe, the CIS, the Balkans, the Caucasus or the Central Asian Republics with a deep interest in domestic violence (primarily against women and children) legal issues who works with or in a Non-Governmental Organization concerned with domestic violence in their country.

European Commission Progress Reports assess the specific situation in each candidate and potential candidate country with a view to EU integration.

The objective of the Call for Proposals is to facilitate the management and implementation of the Civil Society Fund financed under IPA 2007 and 2008 Civil Society Programme.

At the beginning of the 21st century, slaughters perpetrated against women are still going on in the open as well as in an invisible way.

The Ruskin College in Oxford created a network of civil society activists across Eastern Europe via a scholarship program funded by the Webb Memorial Trust (www.webbmemorialtrust.org).

The new UNDP publication 'Gender Mainstreaming in Practice: A Toolkit' integrates a gender perspective into the analysis of work, home, and public life in order to improve policy-making and programmin