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Quo Vadis Civil Society in Europe’s Neighbourhoods?


Our colleague Stefan Cibian authored a chapter entitled “The SDGs and Cities from the Black Sea Region: Exploring Macro-challenges Limiting a More Sustained Engagement.” The chapter is a part of the report “Quo Vadis Civil Society in Europe’s Neighbourhoods?” edited by Nadiia Bureiko and Dimitrios Triantaphyllou and explores macro-challenges encountered by communities in their engagement with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The report reflects on the role of the CSOs during the COVID-19 Pandemic, issues of youth empowerment in Europe’s Neighbourhoods in the Post-COVID-19 era, gender dynamics in the region, questions of intercultural dialogue and civil society, and explores macro-challenges limiting a more sustained engagement in the cities.

This report is prepared within the project International Neighbourhood Symposium 2020: “Youth Empowerment, Civic Engagement, and Sustainable Development in Europe’s Neighbourhoods”, organized jointly by the NGO Quadrivium (Ukraine), NGO Promotion of Intercultural Cooperation (Ukraine), Center for International and European Studies, Kadir Has University (Turkey) with the financial support of the Black Sea Trust of the German Marshall Fund of the US.

Authors: Nadiia Bureiko, Stefan Cibian, Agapi Kandylaki, Michael G. Kavuklis, Cristina Rigman, Dimitrios Triantaphyllou, Stefanos Vallianatos

Departments: Society, Crisis and Resilience Program, Policy Analysis and Outreach Department, Research Department

Regions: Europe, Global 

ThemesSustainable Development Goals, International Development, Philanthropy and Community Development, Education, Economy and Trade, Health and Health Policy, Environment and Climate Change

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