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Civil Participation in Decision Making in the Eastern Partnership Countries - Part One: Laws and Policies

Civil Participation in Decision Making in the Eastern Partnership Countries - Part One: Laws and Policies (2016)

Editor: Jeff Lovitt

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Civil Participation in Decision Making in the Eastern Partnership Countries - Part One: Laws and Policies

Civil Participation in Decision Making in the Eastern Partnership Countries - Part One: Laws and Policies

Regional Project “Civil Participation in Decision Making in the Eastern Partnership Countries”
AIMS
♦ Promote the effective interaction between civil society and public authorities;
♦ Stimulate the participation of civil society actors in the democratic decision making process;
♦ Strengthen civil society in the region.

ACTIVITIES
♦ Working group meetings, awareness-raising actions, workshops;
♦ Preparing two regional studies on strategic and immediate priority issues;
♦ Multilateral regional conferences on relevant issues, notably those covered by the studies;
♦ Drafting a regional strategy for promoting civil participation in decision-making.

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Regional Project “Civil Participation in Decision Making in the Eastern Partnership Countries”
AIMS
♦ Promote the effective interaction between civil society and public authorities;
♦ Stimulate the participation of civil society actors in the democratic decision making process;
♦ Strengthen civil society in the region.

ACTIVITIES
♦ Working group meetings, awareness-raising actions, workshops;
♦ Preparing two regional studies on strategic and immediate priority issues;
♦ Multilateral regional conferences on relevant issues, notably those covered by the studies;
♦ Drafting a regional strategy for promoting civil participation in decision-making.

I. INTRODUCTION
II. COMPARATIVE OVERVIEW
III. COMPARISON OF PARTICIPATORY POLICYMAKING
IV. ASSESSMENT OF LAWS AND PROCEDURES
     Armenia (by Hasmik Harutyunyan)
     Azerbaijan (by Arzu Abdullayeva)
     Belarus (by Aleh Hulak)
     Georgia (by Tamar Gvaramadze)
     Republic of Moldova (by Sorina Macrinici)
     Ukraine (by Oleksandr Vinnikov)
V. FINDINGS
VI. BIBLIOGRAPHY

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