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Two PASOS members join anticorruption projectTwo PASOS members join anticorruption project

August 6, 2015

The EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy and the Institute for Public Policy have joined a international project that aims to upgrade the EU’s role in improving the rule of law and fight against corruption in Moldova and Ukraine.

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Three reports examine development assistance from new EU member statesThree reports examine development assistance from new EU member states

July 12, 2013

Three policy briefs released as part of multi-member project led by the Center for Economic Development examine how new EU member states contribute to development assistance in third countries.

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Three PASOS members join appeal for EU to resolve Transnistria disputeThree PASOS members join appeal for EU to resolve Transnistria dispute

July 10, 2013

Three PASOS members have joined a group of Moldovan NGOs who have signed a petition calling on the EU to rework its efforts to resolve the status of the breakaway region of Transnistria.

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IPP holds e-learning conferenceIPP holds e-learning conference

May 3, 2013

Professors from across Moldova, Transnistria and Slovakia convened to discuss e-learning methodologies at an Institute for Public Affairs conference.

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IPP calls for stronger legislative voting rulesIPP calls for stronger legislative voting rules

January 6, 2012

Romanian legislators who vote on behalf of absent colleagues in Parliament should face the same penalties as voters who unlawfully cast multiple ballots in elections, according to an Institute for Public Policy (IPP) proposal.

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IPP condemns governmental foundation as "GONGO"IPP condemns governmental foundation as “GONGO”

August 23, 2011

The Institute for Public Policy (IPP) in Bucharest has joined with the Association for the Defense of Human Rights in Romania-The Helsinki Committee (APADOR-CH) in denouncing a new governmental foundation, ostensibly created to defend democracy, as a pseudo-NGO intended to do exactly the opposite.

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IPP joins calls for resignation of disgraced Romanian lawmakerIPP joins calls for resignation of disgraced Romanian lawmaker

April 11, 2011

http://www.ipp.ro News Source: Institute for Public Policy, Bucharest, Romania The Institute for Public Policy (IPP) in Bucharest is demanding that Adrian Severin, a Romanian representative to the European Parliament (EP) at the center of a bribery scandal, resign from the position. An IPP press release urges Severin, a former Romanian deputy premier, to “show decency” […]

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