Edukad projektid

eesti keeles / in English

Possibilities and limits, challenges and obstacles of transferring CEE EU pre-accession best practices and experience to Moldova’s and Georgia's pre-accession process.

acronym: EU-PREACC
start: 2013-03-01
end: 2017-02-28
programme: FP7 - Euroopa Liidu 7. raamprogramm
sub-programme: PEOPLE - Marie Curie tegevused
instrument: MC-IRSES - Marie Curie tegevused
call identifier: FP7-PEOPLE-2012-IRSES
project number: 318911
duration in months: 48
partner count: 3
abstract: The research will cover areas of the EU-Moldova and EU-Georgia cooperation, linked to both, the European Neighbourhood Policy Action Plan and the EU conditionality. It looks at Moldova’s and Georgia's economic, legal and political situation and development. The focus of the project and project-related research is structuring the CEE states' reform experience and analysing the possibilities and limits of transferring the best practices and experience to Moldova’s and Georgia's (possible) EU pre-accession process. It analyses the situation in Moldova and Georgia and suggests benchmarking opportunities best suitable for Moldova and Georgia. The results of the analysis and researchers/lecturers exchange are wrapped up via regular thematic workshops and publications. The output of the research results is also used in improving and developing the European Union-related curricula and courses in all participating universites: in Tartu, Vilnius, Moldova and Georgia. Work Packages are as follows: 1. Mapping CEE states' reform experience: environment of positive conditionality – mapping of success and failure of reforms in key policy areas related to EU accession criteria (Progress Report Chapters); 2. European Neighbourhood Policy and Europeanization (political, economic and legal aspects) – analysing which CEE states' pre-accession knowledge is transferable and needed; 3. Moldova and Georgia – the transition countries on the EU border and states between EU and Russia – analysing the specific circumstances and policy trends; 4. Teaching EU, EU-Russia relations and European Neighbourhood Policy in the context of interdisciplinary European Studies curricula.
partner no and role partner name country contact person web page
1 coordinator Tartu Ülikool EE Ahto Lobjakas
2 partner VILNIAUS UNIVERSITETAS LT Dovile Jakniunaite
3 partner State University of Moldova MD Valentina Teosa