The project aimed to create the Centre of Excellence on Policymaking Systems in the Western Balkans (CEPS WeB), within the institutional framework provided by the Think for Europe Network (TEN). It would be oriented towards creating demand and raising awareness of the necessity for policy research and analysis at the regional level, through joint policy […]
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Since December 2015 until December 2018, European Policy Centre implemeted three-year project “Western Balkans Enabling Project for Civil Society Monitoring of Public Administration Reform (WeBER)“. The project was supported by European Commission within “The Civil Society Facility and Media Programme 2014-2015 – Support to Regional Thematic Networks of CSOs”, and in partnership with Think for Europe […]
The project lasted for 15 months and its implementation in Macedonia started in May 2014. The leading partner was European Policy Institute (in cooperation with the Helsinki Committee Macedonia and the Center for Change Management), while European Policy Centre and Institute Alternativa from Podgorica were associates and provided exchange of regional best practices. The main […]
Period: February 2015 – March 2016 Donator: German organisation for international cooperation (Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit) – GIZ The main objective of the project “Strengthening Consumer Protection Organisations for better Municipal Services in SEE” was to strengthen the capacities of consumer organisations in advocating the rights of consumers of municipal services in South-East Europe. The project […]
In the framework of Regional Research Promotion Programme in the Western Balkans (RRPP), TEN Members had an opportunity to conduct a research on policy evaluation and performance audit, which lasted 12 months. The research project with the title “Performance Audit and Policy Evaluation: On the Same or Parallel Tracks?” was financially supported by the Swiss […]