Tag: Civil Society
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.
The latest edition of the Journal of Regional Security offers analysis on the problems of security governance in Africa, new and emerging structures in the defense sector in Southeastern Europe, and the role of civil society in constituting legitimacy in the process of police reform.
Civil society is experiencing a boom of activity in Ukraine, but a lack of coordination among different civic initiatives undermines their chances of influencing the political process, according to an analysis in the International Centre for Policy Studies’ newest edition of Inside Ukraine.
Five Russian analysts who took part in an Institute of Public Affairs fellowship program have released policy papers written to complete their fellowships.
This Forum 2015 paper aims to summarize key elements, based on universal principles and practices, for analysing the accountability of the civil society sector in Kosovo.
The process of transforming civil society involvement in decision-making and EU accession into a meaningful mechanism that serves to improve capacities of societal actors and citizen driven reforms does not seem yet to reflect on past mistakes, according to this IDM policy brief.
This Institute for Public Affairs report looks at Taiwan’s transition from authoritarianism to democracy, with an emphasis on the role played by civil society.