Friday 24 March 2017 | 22:54

World Cancer Day is celebrated on February 4. What do the Belarusian know about the oncological diseases and what is their attitude towards them?

Cultural heritage as a key to civic participation. CHOICE project in Ukraine
Within the activities of the EU-funded CHOICE, Ihor Savcha, Centre for Cultural Management, visited Albertyna Buchynska and Roman Tarnavsky, Coordinators of the activities in Boryslav (Ukraine).
Andrei Yahorau: Even the abolition of the "decree on parasitism" will not decrease social tension
The authorities are trying to stop the protests by cutting off the opposition from mass demonstrations and maintaining a semblance of a dialogue with the protesters.
Andrei Yahorau: European window of opportunity is slowly closing, relations take form of fatigue
The Belarusian regime is not able to pursue a truly multi-vector policy, and the EU cannot decide what it needs in the region on the whole and from Belarus in particular.
Leanid Zaika: Minsk decided to beat the Kremlin by Iranian oil
There are no strategic goals behind the purchase of Iranian oil, believes economist Leanid Zaika.
Uladzimir Matskevich: Trump has a sword of Damocles hanging above his head
The hacking scandal is directed against Trump and sows doubts in the legitimacy of his victory.
The conference of the Civil Society Belarusian National Platform to happen on October 22 in Minsk
On October 22, 2016 Minsk will host another conference of the Belarusian National Platform of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum.
Gintautas Mažeikis: The relation of political field and arena in the framework of information war

In his report, philosopher Gintautas Mažeikis discusses several concepts that have been a part of the European social and philosophical thought for quite a time.

Experts: Cancer is no longer considered a verdict in Belarus

World Cancer Day is celebrated on February 4. What do the Belarusian know about the oncological diseases and what is their attitude towards them?

Belarus's Lukashenko alleges “fifth column” plot as unrest continues

Belarusan President Lukashenko said on Tuesday a “fifth column” was plotting to overthrow him with the help of foreign-backed fighters, days before a planned street protest in Minsk against a new tax.

Uladzimir Matskevich: Belarus-Ukraine relations need to be re-established

"Case of Zhadan" demonstrated that Belarus does not actually have a clear policy - neither domestic nor foreign.