The Association for International Affairs (AMO) held a presentation of the project, “Important, Forgotten, or Irrelevant? Stakeholders’ Survey on Post-Vilnius Eastern Partnership”, which was carried through February 2014 until April 2015. This project aimed at assessing the perception of up to date outcome of the Eastern Partnership, its benefits and disadvantages for the partnering countries and their visions towards future initiatives. A broad range of contributors, such as politicians, civil servants, people in business, NGO workers, analysts and researchers were approached to participate in the survey. Centre for National and International Studies (CNIS) was one of the participating organizations along with Institute of World Policy (Ukraine), Caucasian Institute for Economic and Social Research (Georgia), Foreign Policy Association of Moldova and others. CNIS carried out the process of data collection in Azerbaijan and presented the results to the research team. The project was kindly supported by the International Visegrad Fund. The whole project was rounded off with the publication of project results and the public presentation thereof in Brussels, Belgium. The results, available in three forms as interactive charts and visualizations, researcher paper in hard copy and pdf and downloadable datasets for further research, can be found on this page.