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Welcome to REDEMOS project!

Reconfiguring EU Democracy Support Towards. A Sustained Demos In The EU'S Eastern Neighbourhood.
REDEMOS brings together a consortium of eleven research-oriented and academic institutions, including six universities, four independent think tanks, and one small and medium-sized enterprise from all across Europe, to address the fragile state of democracy in Eastern Europe and provide ways forward for EU democracy support in its eastern neighbourhood. The project aims to break new ground and propose a wholesale, transformative reset in conceptualizing, policy-making, and implementing democracy in the EU's eastern neighbourhood.

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What we do

The REDEMOS project conducts comprehensive research on the state of democracy in the EU's eastern neighbourhood, and develops policy recommendations for the EU to become a genuinely effective and impactful democracy champion in the region.
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What we aim for

Our goal is to understand and address the main challenges to democracy in the EU's eastern neighbourhood, and to provide ways forward for EU democracy support in the region.
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Our expectations

We expect to generate an alternative vision for EU democracy collaboration in the eastern neighbourhood, based on active, deliberative approaches, and to inform policy-making at the EU level. We aim to develop an innovative policy toolkit enabling the EU to contribute to lasting democratic change and greater resilience in its neighbourhood.

Testimonials

“The REDEMOS project is a pioneering and timely effort to understand the challenges facing democracy in the EU’s Eastern neighborhood. As a member of the REDEMOS International Advisory Board, I am impressed by the project’s ambitious scope and the expertise of its research team. I am fully confident that the findings of this project will have a significant impact on shaping EU democracy support policy in the years to come.”

Ambassador Thomas Mayr-Harting, Special Representative of the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office for the Transdniestrian Settlement Process

“The REDEMOS project is a cutting-edge initiative that addresses one of the most pressing issues of our time – the backsliding of democracy in the EU’s Eastern neighborhood. As a member of the International Advisory Board, I am honored to be a part of this important research endeavor that aims to provide innovative and overdue solutions to promote and sustain democracy in the region.”

Toomas Hendrik Ilves, Former President of the Republic of Estonia.

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