Recommendations by civil society organisations from Central Asia on the new Development Cooperation Instrument regulation
Policy comments | 28 November 2011
Civil society organizations from Central Asia submitted their recommendations on the EU’s new Development Cooperation Instrument (DCI). The organisations call for a structured, open and transparent decision-making process involving local civil society representatives throughout the DCI activities in order to ensure the sustainable and democratic development of their countries.
Theme: Social & economic impacts
Location: Kazakhstan | Kyrgyzstan | Uzbekistan | Turkmenistan | Tajikistan
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