Policy Paper: The Civil Society`s Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic in the Central-South-Eastern Europe and South Caucasus


This policy brief is based on a succinct analysis of the impact of the new Coronavirus pandemic on the internal capacities of the civil society to act and deliver common goods for the target groups. This analysis identifies some national and regional particularities during this pandemic and the impact on public policy consumers.

The ESGA research also seeks to identify the mixed-methods approach of the civil society to combat the threats from the authorities, but also the disinformation and social terrorism campaigns.

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Authors: Angela Grămadă, Cătălin-Gabriel Done

This policy paper is elaborated within the project ”Protecting democratic values by tackling pandemic-related disinformation”, implemented by the Center for Policy Studies, Armenia, implemented in cooperation with the Experts for Security and Global Affairs Association, Romania, and the Latvian Institute of International Affairs, Latvia, with the support of the Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation, a project of the German Marshall Fund of the United States. Opinions expressed in this publication do not necessarily represent those of the Black Sea Trust or its partners.

For more information about the Project findings please visit CENTRE FOR POLICY STUDIES, Armenia, web page

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