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Eurasian Dialogue is a non-governmental organization, focusing primarily on Europe and Central Asia. Its main objectives include creating intercultural exchange, youth dialogue and academic interconnectivity. The main aims of the organization focus on facilitating academic, cultural and youth dialogue between various regions, centering on inter-regional conferences for scholars, improved channels of information and programs for student exchanges and cultural events.

We intend to foster open and thoughtful discussion, while establishing networks in many areas of European and Central Asian interests. As most universities do not have the time or resources to properly research common fields of academia across Eurasia, our organization intends to fill this gap by fostering stronger platforms for common academic collaboration in university environments and other organizations.

Current Developments

Our organization works towards setting up broad collaborations across Eurasia, focusing specifically on Central Asia, in an attempt to further increase our number of partnerships in academic circles. Eurasia Dialogue believes in the concept of non-profit partnerships, which help facilitate better cooperation between scholarly institutions to increase information symmetry and avoid academic overlaps. We therefore constantly pursue a policy of inter-academic cooperation through the establishment of non-profit partnerships in Central Asia and Europe.

Eurasia Dialogue believes in the concept of non-profit partnerships, which help facilitate better cooperation between scholarly institutions to increase information symmetry and avoid academic overlaps. We therefore constantly pursue a policy of inter-academic cooperation in Central Asia and Europe.

When possible, Eurasian Dialogue facilitates better links between academics across Eurasia and policy-makers in the European Union. We also provide academics with the opportunity to better access the policy-life in Brussels. Our office in Brussels secures a constant monitoring of EU foreign policy developments, while aiding the academic environments gain better access to the Brussels policy centers.