Eastern Partnership Civic Tracker

Comprehensive monitoring of the Eastern Partnership Policy implementation conducted by the think tankers from the region

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We offer you to navigate the progress of the reforms and changes in the EaP region, either by key priorities or by the country in focus. 

  • Economies
  • Rule of law and security
  • Environment and climate
  • Digital transformation
  • Societies



A think tank consortium led by Ukrainian Prism with the support of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum has been monitoring the EaP policy implementation in each of the partner states throughout the years 2020-2023.   The project is conceived with the intent of scrutinizing the metamorphosis within the Eastern Partnership, as initially outlined by the Joint Staff Working Document (JSWD).

However, the fluidity of the regional dynamics compelled our project to adapt and evolve, mirroring the rapid and dramatic developments that unfolded. Policy briefs produced by a team of analysts from EaP think tanks t offer a horizontal assessment of the performance of each partner country along with five key policy priorities. These documents focus on the areas of cooperation that can be beneficial for all partner states and can keep the Eastern Partnership afloat as a regional policy. While official Minsk has suspended its participation in the Eastern Partnership as of June 2021, we add a special view from Belarusian civil society as a separate opinion on each of the analyzed topics. 

At the same time, two annual reports offer a comprehensive assessment of the reforms in each of the EaP parter counters, providing a nuanced understanding of overarching developments. This work stands as an outcome of the joint efforts of national teams, whose detailed country-specific reports delve into the unique contexts and challenges faced by each participant.






This website was created with the financial support of the European Union. Its contents are the sole responsibility of the Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism” and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union.

The project benefits from support through the EaP Civil Society Forum Re-granting Scheme (FSTP) to Members and is funded by the European Union as part of its support to civil society in the region. Within its Re-granting Scheme, the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum (EaP CSF) supports projects of its members that contribute to achieving the mission and objectives of the Forum.

Grants are available for CSOs from the Eastern Partnership and EU countries. Key areas of support are democracy and human rights, economic integration, environment and energy, contacts between people, social and labour policies.