Tag: Central Asia
New role for the EU and the Baltic States in supporting civil society in Eastern Partnership countries and Central Asia
The Baltic States should make a more concerted and confident bid for developing and leading new EU initiatives and instruments for supporting civil society in the Eastern Partnership countries and Central Asia, according to this PROVIDUS Centre for Public Policy brief.
PASOS and other networks are components in the European Union’s efforts to integrate with the Western Balkans and Turkey, according to an EU official who spoke at the association’s annual international conference.
This PASOS training seminar, in the Kyrgyz Republic May 28-31, for civil society trainers and public administration officials is taking place as part of the project, Opening the Doors of Policy-Making: Central Asia and South Caucasus, which has been made possible with the financial support of the United Nations Democracy Fund (UNDEF).
A UNDEF-supported PASOS networking conference to forge public-civic coalitions to tackle key policy challenges in Central Asia and South Caucasus including presentation of award for Best Policy Paper by a Policy Fellow.
News Source: PASOS Secretariat, Prague, Czech Republic PASOS is launching a project in the South Caucasus and Central Asia that seeks to empower civil society organizations (CSOs) and to enhance public participation in public policy development. “Opening the Doors of Policy-Making in the South Caucasus and Central Asia” aims to strengthen CSOs, foster regional networking, […]