Publications

Integration of Vulnerable Migrants: Women, Children and Victims of Trafficking (Hungary)Integration of Vulnerable Migrants: Women, Children and Victims of Trafficking (Hungary)

April 22, 2015

This report was drafted as part of a Center for Policy Studies project which aims to monitor and assess the effectiveness of integration measures for three groups of vulnerable migrants: women, children and trafficked persons.

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Trends of Eastern PartnershipTrends of Eastern Partnership

April 22, 2015

Stakeholders from a majority of Eastern Partnership countries agree that the EaP initiative is a vehicle driving the transformation of participating countries towards European standards and the rule of law, according to this Association for International Affairs report.

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Keeping Youth Away from Crime: Searching for Best European PracticesKeeping Youth Away from Crime: Searching for Best European Practices

April 21, 2015

This Providus Centre for Public Policy papers explores what can be done to keep children away from entering the formal justice system in 10 European countries.

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Ethics and public administration: Principles with no supportEthics and public administration: Principles with no support

April 17, 2015

In spite of the fact that Montenegro has established codes of ethics for local and national civil servants and state employees, the mechanisms that would ensure their efficient application are lacking, according to this Institut Alternativa report.

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Incomplete Chain - Policy Brief on Minimum Standards for Public ConsultationIncomplete Chain – Policy Brief on Minimum Standards for Public Consultation

April 16, 2015

The government of Kosovo should adopt as law a set of minimum standards regulating how it consults civil society and the public on policy matters, according to this Kosovar Civil Society Foundation policy brief.

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Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy 2015Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy 2015

April 13, 2015

The Czech government should distance itself more strongly from Czech President MiloŇ° Zeman’s views of the Ukrainian crisis and the Islamic State, as well as other issues, according to this Association for International Affairs annual report.

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Saving Democracy in Macedonia: What to do After the Wire-tapping ScandalSaving Democracy in Macedonia: What to do After the Wire-tapping Scandal

April 6, 2015

Macedonia needs to swiftly create an action plan to tackle corruption and then implement short- and long-term solutions if it hopes to salvage the country’s nascent democracy, according to this Center for Research and Policymaking analysis.

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