Destination: Transparency - New EU Member States’ Best Practices for Moldova and Ukraine

Partner project focused on improving the rule of law in Moldova and Ukraine through a cooperation with the V4 countries.

Project Manager: Věra Řiháčková

Timeframe: September 2014 – May 2015

Executive Summary:

The main aim of the project is to identify possible ways to upgrade the EU’s role in improving the rule of law and fight against corruption in Moldova and Ukraine based on the experience of the V4 countries. A special emphasis will be on Brussels’ possibilities of leverage to empower civil society actors in their interaction with the authorities. 

Outputs:

  • Workshop in Warsaw
  • Report
  • Seminar in Brussels
  • Advocacy event in Chisinau
  • Advocacy event in Kiev
Partners:

Polish Institute of International Affairs (Leading partner, Poland)

Center for EU Enlargement Studies (Hungary)

Institute for Public Policy (Moldova)

Ukrainian Institute for Public Policy (Ukraine)


Donors:

International Visegrad Fund

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The project “Destination: Transparency—New EU Member States’ Best Practices for Moldova and Ukraine” is led by the Polish Institute of International Affairs, and supported by the International Visegrad Fund.

 

 

 

 

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Věra Řiháčková
Associate Research Fellow

Expertise: EU foreign policy, western EU partners,EU cooperaton and develpmnet, EU security and counterterrorist policy