Are tasks characteristic for civil service performed outside merit-based based regime? How open, transparent and fair is the recruitment into the civil service? How effective is the protection of senior civil servants’ position from unwanted political interference? Find out in this WeBER infographic.
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How transparent and accessible are budgetary documents? How do governments communicate and cooperate with public about public internal financial control (PIFC)? How do supreme audit institution’s (SAI) communicate and cooperate with the public pertaining to its work? Find out in this WeBER infographic!
What is the public opinion – is the administration is citizen-oriented or not? Can citizens give feedback on the quality of administrative services and is the feedback is publicly available? What do CSOs think about accessibility of administrative services? Do (and how) service providers publish information about offered services? Find out in this WeBER infographic.
To what extent is information on the government’s performance open and available to the public? Do CSOs have a role in making sure that the government pursues and achieves its objectives? Are government decisions prepared in a transparent manner? Are policy and legislation designed in an inclusive manner?
How often are participatory approaches used in the development of key strategic PAR documents in the Western Balkans? How regularly is civil society involved in the PAR monitoring and coordination structures? Find out in this WeBER infographic!
How civil society sees the quality of FoI laws and use of the right to information in their countries? Do and how authorities proactively inform the public? Take a look at this WeBER infographic!