UPDATE 2: The devil is in the implementation – Experiences from the partnership principle in central and eastern European practice
Briefing | 20 March 2014
At the peak of EU funds’ programming, experiences from CEE countries reveal deficiencies in the application of the Code of Conduct and a flawed implementation of the partnership principle. This undermines the credibility of the programming process and leaves benefits of a comprehensive involvement of all stakeholders untapped.
– January 2014 – Download pdf
– September 2013 – Download pdf
The sometimes even entertaining list of partnership shortcomings brings us to the conclusion that a purely voluntary partnership without common standards much too often continues to end up being a purely formal exercise, and that the promotion of best practices alone is not sufficient to ensure quality partnership.
Location: Bulgaria | Croatia | Czech Republic | Hungary | Latvia | Poland | Slovakia
Tags: legislative process | programming
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