On October 13, the German Marshall Fund of the United States organized a discussion “The Changing Face(s) of Civil Society in the Eastern Partnership”.
Throughout the year, Kateryna Zarembo has been teaching a series of training sessions for the Think Tank Development Initiative of the International Renaissance Foundation.
On 22 September, Kateryna Zarembo spoke at an online-event “Human Security in Europe’s Eastern Neighborhood”, organized by the New Europe Center and Carnegie Europe.
On 11 September, Kateryna Zarembo chaired a panel “EU, Eastern Integration and Candidate States” at the virtual conference organized by the UACES (University Association for Contemporary European Studies).
Kateryna Zarembo became a lecturer at the Department of International Relations of NAUKMA. Together with her colleague Anna Jüngen, Kateryna Zarebmo will teach the Foreign Policy Analysis course.
On June 17, TEPSA (Trans European Policy Studies Association) organised an online discussion “COVID-19: What do Eastern Partnership countries make out of EU support?”.
The International Renaissance Foundation hosted an online training on “Analytics for beginners: research methods” within “Think Tank Development Initiative” and with support of the Swedish Embassy. The training took place on 1 June at 14.00 – 17.00, featuring Kateryna Zarembo as one of the coaches.
On May 20, Kateryna Zarembo took part in the online presentation of the book “Interpretations of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict in Western scientific and expert-analytical works”, published by the Institute of Political and Ethnic Studies of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
The International Renaissance Foundation hosted an online training on “How to write policy papers” within “Think Tank Development Initiative” and with support of the Swedish Embassy.
The “European Foreign Policy” online course at Prometheus platform, authored and convened by Kateryna Zarembo and Valentyna Romanova, features 5 345 auditors as of end February 2020.