Want to make a difference? Want to support democracy in Belarus?
The presidential elections in Belarus in December were condemned as not free and non-transparent by the international community. Hundreds of Belarusians were detained in and after the demonstrations that followed, among them an estimated 200 students.
The European Humanities University was forced into exile from Belarus in 2004 because it stood for the same principles as the demonstrators in Minsk now. Today, 2.000 young Belarusians study at the EHU, in exile in Lithuania, free of ideological control and according to internationally accepted standards.
Support to the EHU now is support to the future leaders of a new Belarus.
U. D. 2nd year, BA program in International Law (full time) Belarus and its people have historically been a constituent part of the Europe, benefiting from close links with European culture and contributing greatly to its heritage. There is much evidence of a prolific...Read more
The Importance of Belarus to the European Union