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    For those who understand the importance of academic freedom to a free and prosperous society, the European Humanities University (EHU) is a beacon of hope—the only Belarusian university that has succeeded in escaping the Belarusian government's ideological control—and an engine for the future integration of Belarus into the family of democratic nations.

    Based in Vilnius since its forced closure in Minsk in 2004, EHU provides students from Belarus and the region with an education in the humanities and social sciences in a free and democratic environment—an opportunity no longer available in Belarus today.

    Friends of EHU are committed to:

    • Supporting EHU so that it can fulfill its mission of providing a high quality liberal arts education that stresses personal responsibility, critical inquiry, and academic freedom
    • Educating students from Belarus to use their talents to move their country in the direction of openness and democracy so that it could rejoin the family of democratic nations

    Please consider joining Friends of EHU, a US-based 501(c)(3) organization registered in Washington DC, by making a gift to support EHU. Your gift can help cover the costs of tuition and accommodations, and provide a monthly allowance for living expenses and health insurance to a promising EHU student.

    By joining Friends of EHU and making a donation today, you can give a student from Belarus the gift of academic freedom.

    To join Friends of EHU, please contact Development Coordinator Olga Romanenko. To make a donation today, please use the donation form provided by American Councils for International Education, which accepts donations on behalf of EHU, can provide a letter that acknowledges your gift for tax purposes, and transmits 100% of the amount to EHU.

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  • December 2013

    EHU to moderate discussion on Russia's influence at Yale Club of New York


    Panelists from EHU will discuss "Does Russia Call the Shots in Eastern Europe?" at the Yale Club of New York. The discussion, sponsored by the Yale Global Alumni Leadership Exchange (YaleGALE) in cooperation with Friends of EHU, will focus on recent events in Ukraine and elsewhere in East Central Europe that bear witness to a resurgence of Russia's interest and influence and a revival of East-West tensions in the region.

    The program will feature remarks by EHU Lecturer and Academic Director of the Belarusian Institute for Strategic Studies (BISS) Dr. Alexei Pikulik and will be moderated by EHU Vice-Rector for Development and Communication Dr. Darius Udrys. Also participating will be External Policy Advisor to the President of the European Parliament Arnoldas Pranckevičius and Goodrich C. White Professor of Political Science at Emory University and Visiting Scholar at Harvard University Dr. Thomas F. Remington.

    The panel will examine a variety of timely issues and questions including Russia's goals, its prospects for success, and the factors that are driving Russia's active re-engagement in East Central Europe.

    The discussion will take place on March 26 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. and is open to the public, but seating is limited. Please RSVP to gedmine.bubnyte@ehu.lt

  • December 2013

    Majority of EHU alumni have jobs and reside in Belarus


    More than 60% of EHU alumni reside in Belarus and the vast majority have jobs. These and other data on EHU alumni were gleaned from EHU's recently completed first-ever all-alumni survey. More than 90% of EHU alumni are employed and a vast majority agree that EHU helped prepare them to succeed.

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  • December 2013

    Bў-ROOM presents Belarusian activists under one roof


    EHU, together with Belarus's finest civic activists, participates in the Bў-ROOM—a creative civic space. Bў-ROOM will draw attention to civic activism and action in and around Belarus—the European Union's closest geographical neighbor that remains an outlier within the framework of the Eastern Partnership.

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  • December 2013

    EHU co-hosts discussion at Columbia University


    EHU, together with Columbia University's Harriman Institute and East Central European Center and the Balassi Institute (New York), co-hosts a discussion: "The Internal Other in East Central Europe."

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