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Implementing shared anti-corruption and good governance solutions in Southeast Europe: innovative practices and public-private partnerships
 
For: EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Regional Cooperation as represented by ECORYS Polska sp. z o.o., Warsaw, Poland
 
Lead partner: Center for the Study of Democracy (CSD), Sofia, Bulgaria
 
IPF’s team members: Predrag BejakoviŠ
  Vjekoslav BratiŠ
  Josip FraniŠ
  Martina Pezer
  Branko StaniŠ 
  Marko Tutek 
  Natalija Špehar 

The project aims at closing persisting anticorruption policy implementation gaps across SEE through fostering an inclusive regional cross-border cooperation to increase the accountability of state institutions and strengthen the rule of law. This will be achieved by mainstreaming social research innovation instruments, capacity building, and the establishment of a sustainable regional good governance public-private partnership platform in beneficiary countries (Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Romania, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia).
 
Other partners:
 
GTI Government Transparency Institute Ltd, Hungary
Romanian Academic Society (RAS), Romania
Institute for Democracy Societas Civilis Skopje, North Macedonia
Albanian Center for Economic Research (ACER), Albania
CA Why Not, Bosnia and Herzegovina
European Policy Centre, Serbia
Center for Democratic Transition, Montenegro
State Commission for Prevention of Corruption, North Macedonia
Chr. Michelsen Institute, Norway
Regional Ant-corruption Initiative (RAI) Secretariat, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Regional Cooperation Council Secretariat – RCC, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Belgium
 
Project duration: 36 months (January 1, 2021 – December 31, 2023)
 
 
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