Western Balkan Enablers for Reforming Public Administrations – WeBER3.0
WeBER 3.0 project is the third consecutive EU-funded grant of the largest civil society-led initiative for monitoring public administration reform (PAR) in the Western Balkans. Its implementation period is February 2023 – July 2026.
WeBER 3.0 is implemented by six organisations from the Western Balkans, members of the Think for Europe – TEN Network (the European Policy Centre – CEP Belgrade, the Institute for Democracy and Mediation – IDM Tirana, the Institute Alternative – IA Podgorica, the Foreign Policy Initiative – FPI Sarajevo, the Group for Legal and Political Studies – GLPS Pristina, and the European Policy Institute – EPI Skopje, coordinated by the European Policy Centre – CEP). Moreover, the Centre for Public Administration Research (KDZ) Vienna is a EU-level based partner of the project
WeBER 3.0’s ambition is to further empower civil society organisations to contribute to more transparent, open, accountable, citizen-centric and thus more EU-compliant administrations in the WB region. This project reinforces participatory democracy by enabling CSOs to actively engage and inclusively monitor PAR outcomes across the WB, advocating for the reforms’ consistency with EU requirements. By capitalising on the successes of our past endeavours, WeBER 3.0 continues to promote the pivotal role of CSOs in participatory democracy, advocates for inclusive citizens’ engagement and ensures that reforms yield tangible improvements in citizens’ lives.
Think for Europe Network – TEN
WeBER is implemented by six Western Balkan think tank organisations, gathered in the Think for Europe Network – TEN
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