The main mission of EESRI Foundation is to facilitate the international research on European security issues through the preparing of expert’s assessments, maintaining exchange of related experience, arranging professional discussions, elaborating recommendations for crisis preventing and resolution, conflict de-escalation, and addressing threats to security both on regional and national levels.
The EESRI Foundation unites efforts of dozens of experts from ten Eastern European countries. Since founding in February 2015, the EESRI Foundation prepared and published at its website in English, Russian and Ukrainian more than one hundred analytical papers and policy briefs on security-related issues, including more than two dozen papers on the OSCE activity, particularly related to the OSCE efforts in handling the Russia-Ukraine conflict and other conflicts in the post- Soviet space.
The EESRI Foundation’s representatives regularly take part in the international and national conferences, round-tables and other activities on European security and the OSCE-related issues, prepare and present policy papers with suggestions and recommendations on conflict settlement (including the case studies), human dimension aspects of security, security and defence reforms in the post-Soviet space, etc.
The EESRI Foundation is a member of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum. The EESRI Foundation works as non-governmental, non-partisan and non-profit organization.
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