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  • National Working Groups (NWGs) are national consultative mechanism for participation of civil society in the dialogue with relevant public authorities on design and monitoring of public administration reform (PAR) processes in the Western Balkans (WB). NWGs are constituted in each of the Western Balkan country as national extensions for dialogue on PAR of the wider mechanism - regional WeBER Platform.
  • At information sessions held simultaneously in WeBER countries on 24th February 2017, we collected frequently asked questions. For all organisations interested to apply for Small Grant Facility for Civil Society Monitoring of Public Administration Reform at Local Level, please refer to the link below!
  • WeBER is seeking proposals of CSOs for the implementation of the Small Grant Facility for Support for Civil Society Monitoring of Public Administration Reform at Local Level.
  • Please find below the timetable for Information session on the Small Grant Facility for Civil Society Monitoring of Public Administration Reform at Local Level
  • National Working Groups (NWGs) are national consultative mechanism for participation of civil society in the dialogue with relevant public authorities on design and monitoring of public administration reform (PAR) processes in the Western Balkans (WB). NWGs are constituted in each of the Western Balkan country as national extensions for dialogue on PAR of the wider mechanism - regional WeBER Platform. Announcement for each of the WB countries is given below for CSOs interested in becoming members.
  • Institute alternative (IA) has organised a Workshop for civil society organisations on Principles of Public Administration, on February 1st in Podgorica. More than 40 civil society representatives had the opportunity to learn from SIGMA experts, Mr Timo Ligi and Mr Daniel Ivarsson about Principles of Public Administration, the importance of public administration reform, the work of SIGMA and the correlation with the EC reports, as well as the key findings from the SIGMA’s Baseline and Monitoring reports for 2015 and 2016. The workshop was organised within the project Western Balkans Enabling Project for Civil Society Monitoring of Public Administration Reform (WeBER).

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About WeBER


Western Balkans Enabling Project for Civil Society Monitoring of Public Administration Reform – WeBER

What

Western Balkans Enabling Project for Civil Society Monitoring of Public Administration Reform – WeBER – is a three-year project funded by the European Union and co-financed by the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

Who

WeBER is implemented by the Think for Europe Network (TEN) composed of EU policy oriented think tanks in the Western Balkans. European Policy Centre (CEP) from Belgrade is the coordinator of the Project. By partnering up with the European Policy Centre (EPC) from Brussels, WeBER will ensure EU level visibility.

Why

The overall goal of WeBER is to increase the relevance, participation and capacity of civil society organisations and media in the Western Balkans to advocate for and influence the design and implementation of public administration reform.

Think for Europe Network - TEN


WeBER is implemented by six Western Balkan think tank organisations, gathered in the Think for Europe Network – TEN

WeBER By Numbers


3YEARS
6COUNTRIES
1,273.411EUROS WORTH