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March 10, 2014 - An opinion piece by PhD candidate Tatiana Shaban (Centre for Global Studies and Faculty of Social Sciences) about the situation in Ukraine was published in Sunday's Times Colonist. Shaban writes that reciprocity and reconciliation are needed to help Ukrainians build a free and independent state. TC
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EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE:May 2012-ongoing: INTD PhD studies, project title "Institutional Opportunities for Cross-Border Cooperation and Regional Development in Ukraine within the Framework of the Eastern Neighbourhood Policy of the European Union", Political Science Department and School of Public Administration, University of Victoria, Canada.September 2004-April 2006: MA in International Relations, School of Politics and International Relations, Nottingham University, UK. August 2015-August 2016: Visiting Researcher at the Centre for European and Transition Studies, Latvia University, Riga, Latvia. September-December 2015: Research Expert on Belarus, the project "Civil Society of the Eastern Partnership in Dialogue: Mutual Perceptions of the Eastern Partnership Countries, Russia and the EU", carried out under the leadership of the Institute for Political Science of the Technical University of Darmstadt. The project is funded by Federal Foreign Office of Germany.February-August 2014: Researcher, the Jean Monnet Research Project "External Images of the EU as a normative energy player (EXIE)" funded by Lifelong Learning Program of the European Commission.