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Newsletter: Integrity-Accountability-Partnership | June 2020

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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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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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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Trust in Governance

Public Opinion Poll: Trust in Governance The Opinion Poll “Trust in Governance” is an annual exercise to measure citizens’ trust in public institutions. It explores public perceptions regarding trust in institutions, transparency and accountability, corruption, citizen engagement in policy and decision-making, satisfaction with public service delivery, and enforcement of non-discriminatory …

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Vetting to Deliver Police Integrity

Vetting to Deliver Police Integrity *This article was firstly published at POINTPULSE portal on April 2018. Author: Redion Qirjazi The Albanian Ministry of Interior (MoI) published in September 2017 a document on 10 priorities in the field of public order and security for the next four years. Re-evaluating about 13.000 employees in the …

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