Religious groups are the most trusted institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, according to the results of a public survey conducted as part of a PASOS project on transparency in the Western Balkans.
This Centre for Policy Making and Research paper reviews the institutional set up of the public accountability system in Macedonia, reviews the current challenges and needs for improvements, and assesses the level of awareness of citizens of different mechanisms for holding government accountable.
A strong majority of Albanians hold an expectation that their government should conduct its work in an open and transparent manner, according to the results of an Institute for Democracy and Mediation poll conducted as part of a PASOS project.
The Institute for Democracy and Mediation and the Albanian Ministry of Innovation and Public Administration are holding this March 28 public conference in Tirana. The conference aims to offer civil society consultation on the Open Government Initiative to Albanian governmental and private entities.