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 six organisations from the Western Balkans and Europe:
- European Policy Insitute – EPI, Macedonia
- Institut Alternative – IA, Montenegro
- Institute for Democracy and Mediation – IDM, Albania
- Foreign Policy Initiative – FPI, Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Group for Legal and Political Studies – GLPS, Kosovo
- European Policy Centre – EPC, Belgium
The project aimed to strengthen the capacity of civil society organisations and the media in the Western Balkans to participate in the creation and implementation of public administration reform. Civil society organisations have been recognized as important actors in creating public policy at the national and regional levels, which is why this project sought to strengthen its supervisory and consulting capabilities. Quality and analytical reporting by the media on the topic of public administration reform based on the arguments and evidence had an equally important role in these processes. Therefore, the project as another target group picked media.
Find more about projects’ result here: www.par-monitor.org
Contact: Milena Lazarević, CEP Programme Director and WeBER Project Manager (firstname.lastname@example.org)