Foreign Policy Initiative (FPI BH), within the framework of the WeBER project, and in cooperation with the Visegrad Fund, had organized a seminar „Efficient Monitoring of Public Policies - Seminar for Civil Society Organizations (National Working Groups)“.
European Policy Centre, within the framework of the WeBER project, and in cooperation with the Visegrad Fund, organized a seminar “Effective monitoring of public policies”. The seminar was held in Novi Sad, April 19-22.
A consultative meeting between Serbian civil society organisations (CSOs) and representatives of the EU Delegation to the Republic of Serbia and the European Commission (DG NEAR) was held in Belgrade on 5 April 2017.
Open Public Consultation is launched on Support to Economic Governance in Enlargement and Neighbourhood Countries
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).
Two-day seminar for civil society organisations was held in Sarajevo on 30th and 31st January 2017 and more than 30 representatives of civil society organizations (CSOs) from Bosnia and Herzegovina had the opportunity to learn from SIGMA experts on the framework of Principles of Public Administration, to participate in workshops and see the premiere of multimedia presentations about the key reform areas these Principles cover. The event was organized as part of the project “Western Balkans Enabling Project for Civil Society Monitoring of Public Administration Reform (WeBER)“.