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Oops… EU did it again| March 2019

Oops… EU did it again Author: Gjergji Vurmo Civil society activists and the general public in the western Balkans (WB) have voiced their discontent regarding the rise of authoritarianism and state capture in the recent years. However, the European Union (EU), which plays an important role in the region, has …

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Newsletter| Integrity-Accountability-Partnership

Newsletter “Integrity-Accountability-Partnership”  This newsletter aims to inform on the experiences and to raise awareness, promote debate and influence the policy makers for more effective policies to strengthen integrity and fight against corruption in the State Police. Our, experience so far shows that the local institutions, namely the police, the municipality …

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IDM recommends the establishment of an efficient and legitimate National Anti-corruption authority | 14 December 2018

IDM recommends the establishment of an efficient and legitimate National Anti-corruption authority Tirana, 14 December 2018 – IDM jointly with the Supreme State Audit (SAI) organized the conference “Towards an efficient and legitimate National Anti-corruption authority”.  This activity was based on the performance audit report on the “Anti-Corruption Strategy” (SAI) …

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CIVILISC Project: Sharing good governance practices in Albania and Bulgaria | September 14, 2018

CIVILISC Project – Sharing good governance practices in Albania and Bulgaria Tirana, September 14, 2018 – Over the past 3 years,  IDM in partnership with RiskMonitor Foundation (Bulgaria) has implemented the project CIVILISC – Civil society Instruments against Corruption, funded by the EU Delegation to Albania aiming to improve the …

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Survey Report | Putting citizens first: Exploring public perceptions of administrative services in the WB | April 2018

Putting citizens first (?)Exploring public perceptions of administrative services in the Western Balkans April 2018 – Governments across the Western Balkans have made efforts towards improving service delivery; however, they are still unable to meet their citizens’ expectations of more accessible, transparent and responsive services. Part of the problem is that governments …

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