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First Issue of TEN Newsletter

    Bellow you can find first issue of TEN Newsletter:  Word of welcome: Welcome to the first issue of the Think for Europe Network newsletter! In our TEN News section, we present latest info on activities of the Network, while the most recent achievements and actions of the TEN members are presented within the On the Go section. In the Spotlight section […]

Western Balkan Think Tankers and Civil Servants on a Study Tour to Slovakia and Czech Republic

On June 26-30, representatives of each of the TEN member organisations, together with civil servants from each of the Western Balkan countries, participated in a study tour to Bratislava (Slovak Republic) and Prague (Czech Republic), as part of the project “Raising capacities and advocacy potential towards more substantive involvement of CSOs of V4 and WB6”. […]

Experiences of Polish and Hungarian CSOs in the Policymaking Process Shared in Budva, MNE

A two-day regional training “CSO Participation in the Policymaking: Experiences from Poland and Hungary” was held in Budva, Montenegro, on 12-13 May 2017. The training, which was organised by CEP, gathered member organisations of the TEN network and partners from Poland and Hungary, as well as a representative of ReSPA (Regional School for Public Administration). […]

Seminar for CSOs “Effective monitoring of public policies”

The seminar discussed the Concept Papers of the National Working Group on Public Administration Reform (PAR) and the establishment of the National Working Group in Serbia (NRG). The NRG is a national consultative mechanism for civil society participation in dialogue with relevant state bodies on the design and monitoring of the PAR process in Serbia.

FINISHED: Raising capacities and advocacy potential of CSOs of Visegrad Group and Western Balkans

Why? Policymaking in the Western Balkans (WB) is characterised by weak and unsystematic involvement of the civil society organisations (CSOs). On the other side, Visegrad Group (V4) countries have more advanced policymaking systems which ensure CSOs involvement, while CSOs themselves have greater capacities and experience in that respect. However, sustainable and effective CSO participation in the […]