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RDC Publications

Policy Paper | Waste management in Albania: An opportunity to demonstrate commitment to EU | May 2019

Policy Paper Waste management in Albania: An opportunity to demonstrate commitment to EU integration May 2019 – Waste management is one of Albania’s biggest environmental challenges, along with water and air pollution, land degradation, and biodiversity loss. In 2011, the government drafted an ambitious National Strategy on Waste Management that …

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Brochure| Beyond the school boundaries: a community development perspective to build resilience | May 2019

Beyond the school boundaries: a community development perspective to build resilience “School as a community center” is an important instrument in strengthening local communities. This model aims to transform the school into the place where partnerships between local government-school-family-community are built, as an environment that is in service and in …

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WeBER infographics

WeBER infographics Click to download the infographic on Strategic Framework of Public Administration Reform and the implementation of freedom of information (FOI) laws in the WB countries was produced by the WeBER project. The Western Balkans Enabling Project for Civil Society Monitoring of Public Administration Reform – WeBER – is …

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 Policy Brief: Fighting Corruption in Albania: Improving the Efficiency of Internal Auditing | December 2017

Policy Brief: Fighting Corruption in Albania: Improving the Efficiency of Internal Auditing December 2017- This policy brief discusses the causes of the limited efficiency of the IAUs that is primarily related to the lack of independence from institutional leadership resulting in limited capacities to provide effective ‘checks and balances’ and hold …

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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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