Goals and content
On behalf of German and European partners, IEP conducts comprehensive trainings within the framework of the EU enlargement process and the European Neighborhood Policy (ENP).
All programs combine interactive learning methods with a specific knowledge and experience exchange. Applicability and transfer of know-how are the main focus of our training workshops in order to contribute to successful convergence between the target countries and the EU.
Numbers and facts
Since 2003 IEP has organized:
- over 350 trainings and seminars
- in 20 countries
- with over 3200 participants from public administration, civil society and private sector.
Dominic Maugeais – Senior Project Manager (E‑Mail)
Ljudmyla Melnyk – Research Associate (E‑Mail)
Laura Christoph – Junior Project Manager (E‑Mail)
Our participants about us:
“Being involved in the CiSEP network made it possible to meet like-minded people, gain experience, develop and learn. Enhance access to information, exchange of experience and dissemination of knowledge. Communication with experts and coaches is also important — it shows the horizons that you should strive for. But the main thing for me is the energy and inspiration from each meeting, the realization that we are many and together we are strength.” — Svitlana Rozhok, Center of Community Development “Perspective” (Tschernihiw)
“I have learned a lot from the CiSEP seminars. And I will say honestly — all this is not for the sake of obtaining a certificate or a grant. You showed the mechanisms and how to properly build a training from scratch, how to make it interesting and colourful. Now I understand how all this was missing for me for three years, when I held various law-enlightening events in the villages and in my region. Thank you for sharing secrets and life hacks.” — Tetiana Shubenko, Rechtsberaterin (Winnyzja)
“Many great thanks to the CiSEP team from the Berlin Institute of European Policy for their methodical, informational and financial support in conducting of the training “Reforming of the Food Safety System in Ukraine”. All of you: Constanze Aka, Martin Stein, Marina Lechleider, Anita Rohner and all your team members without any exemptions are great people, professional experts and experienced trainers. After graduating 3 levels (A, B, C) of your trainings I feel very confident in complex Ukraine- EU Association Agreement and in simple understandable manner shared my knowledge with training participants. I wish all of you success and many new achievements in your honorable job! I really appreciate what you have done for Ukraine and hope you will continue supporting our country’s European path.” — Sergiy Shcherbyna, NGO Analytical Center of the Agrarian Union of Ukraine (Oblast Kiew)