The Balkan History Association has signed cooperation agreements with the Department of History of Ukraine, Archeology and Special Branches of Historical Science from the National Pedagogical University in Ternopil, the Eastern European Scientific Studies Center from Lviv and the International Slavic University in North Macedonia.
The Department of History of Ukraine, Archeology and Special Branches of Historical Science from the Faculty of History, Ternopil Volodymyr Hnatiuk National Pedagogical University is organizing teaching and research on Ukrainian War of Independence, history of the civil service of Ukraine, problems of the Ukrainian history of the 20th century, Ukrainian national movement, socio-political and scientific thought, social and economic history of Ukraine, Ukrainian youth movement of the 19th – 20th centuries, Ukrainian national liberation movement.
The Eastern European Scientific Studies Center is a non-governmental organization from Lviv, Ukraine, whose activities are aimed at scientific research into the history, culture and education, law, economy, social sphere, political systems and international relations of the countries of Eastern Europe, with a focus on Ukraine.
The International Slavic University in Sveti Nikole and Bitola, North Macedonia, is made of five faculties (Faculty of Economics, Faculty of Psychology, Faculty of Computer Science, Faculty of Safety Engineering, Faculty of Law) and two institutes (Institute for Engineering Economics and Institute for Culture and Art).
The Department of History of Ukraine and Auxiliary Sciences of History from the Faculty of History and Philosophy, Odesa I. I. Mechnykov National University, who is organizing teaching and research on ancient, medieval, modern and contemporary history of Ukraine as well as archaeology, focusing on the following topics: regional history; Cossacks and their world counterparts; modern problems of museology and tourism ethnography; Ukraine in the world processes of the IX-XX centuries; religion and churches in national and European contexts; education and science; Ukrainian political leaders of the twentieth century; the phenomenon of totalitarianism, its manifestations and ways of overcoming; history of ethnic minorities in Ukraine; Ukrainian diaspora; history of journalism.