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|Foreign Policy Initiative – FPI BH, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Final conference of the project Support to the EU Integration Process of FBiH
The final event of the project “Support to the EU integration process of FBiH” was held on 23rd March in Sarajevo. During the last eleven months, Foreign Policy Initiative BH implemented the project in cooperation with Public Administration International from London with financial support of the UK Government.
|Institute for Democracy and Meditation – IDM, Albania
Financial Oversight and Integrity in Albania’s Security Sector
The overall objective of this report – a collection of three backgrounders and three case studies – is to contribute to strengthening the financial transparency and accountability and to building integrity and reducing corruption in Albania’s security sector through concerted efforts of the civil society and state institutions. Click to download Click to download the English and Albanian version of the report.
|Group for Legal and Political Studies – GLPS, Kosovo
GLPS developing partnerships through connecting bridges initiative
During the first half of 2017, Group for Legal and Political Studies (GLPS) has been actively engaged in further expanding its networks and capacity through Building Bridges initiative. As a result, GLPS partnered with European Policy Centre (EPC) to run joint research and advocacy activities. In addition, during May 2017,
GLPS and EPC have jointly organised a Policy Dialogue on the topic: Kosovo and the European Union – What next?, held in Brussels.
GLPS is currently implementing a project aiming to establish a Judiciary/Courts Performance Index (RoLPIK). RoLPIK is an open data platform which demonstrates both the citizens’ perception and the trend of performance, efficiency and the independence of judiciary and prosecutorial system in Kosovo.
|European Policy Institute – EPI Skopje, Macedonia
Projects Combatting Barriers for Exit and Network 23
One of the most successful EPI projects, the Combatting Barriers for Exit: Roma at the Macedonian Borders has just ended, leaving a positive impact. Working on halting the discrimination towards the Roma wanting to cross the border, the project was a great success because it raised the public awareness for the problem and influenced national law enforcement agencies to abandon the practice.
In the last period, the European Policy Institute had been intensively working on the project Network 23+, aimed at monitoring and advocacy of reforms in the areas of Chapter 23 of EU acquis. The project is in support of the Network 23, which is a network of CSO’s whoich are actively working in the areas of judiciary, fundamental rights, and fight against corruption.
|European Policy Centre – CEP, Serbia
Partnership for PAR and Public Services in Serbia – PARtnerships
The project Partnership for Public Administration Reform and Public Services in Serbia – PARtnerships aims to contribute to the creation and implementation of policies in public administration reform ensuring more participatory and citizen-centric design and improving accountability and responsiveness of the Serbian government for the quality of services it delivers. The two-year project is implemented by two main partners European Policy Centre (CEP) and European Movement in Serbia (EMinS) in cooperation with 12 other partners in Serbia.
|Institute Alternative, Montenegro
My money – my budget visualisation
Institut Alternativa present new web portal — www.mojnovac.me – the very first visualization of the state budget in Montenegro prepared by the civil society. Data scattered over various websites, buried in a bunch of tables and locked in scanned PDFs, unsearchable and without explanations, cannot be of great use to citizens. They decided to “unlock” the data – to convert official documents into a searchable, citizen-friendly database that will allow anyone to quickly find an answer to budgetary questions at a single place.
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