Multi-stakeholder discussion about how do CSOs see their role in informing SMEs regarding trade relations between EaP states and the EU
On October 11, 2021, at 13:00h (Tbilisi time, GMT+4) the Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) together with the Institute for European Policies and Reforms (IPRE) and Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting (IER) organized a multi-stakeholder discussion about how do CSOs see their role in informing SMEs regarding trade relations between EaP states and the EU.
The aim of the discussion was to enhance the regional cooperation of the CSOs, SMEs and other stakeholders by learning from each other’s experience on the CSO’s role in raising SMEs’ awareness about export opportunities in the EU. The CSOs representatives from all EaP were invited to exchange their domestic practices, challenges and perspectives.
The online event took place under the framework of the project “The Role of the CSOs in DCFTA Implementation in Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine”, which is financially supported by the European Union under the EaP CSF re-granting scheme for the LOT 3.
The recording of the online event is available here.