The project "Governance Reforms for Satisfied Citizens" aims to put good governance at the top of the political agenda by including good governance measures in all strategic policies of the Government. The intervention is designed to analyze existing problems related to the efficiency of public administration, in order to develop recommendations and new measures to improve management in institutions. The proposed actions support consultation with wider groups in society to design well-thought-out structural reforms and a strong national vision for a democratic society. The project monitors the reforms of the public administration in accordance with the standards for good governance, as well as the quality of the work of the institutions. The goal is, through the implementation of the project activities, to encourage an active public debate and cause pressure for better management and leadership in the administration and the creation of more functional public institutions that will meet the needs of citizens.
Period 01.07.2022 - 30.06.2023
Donor: National Endowment for Democracy
Project beneficiary: Institutions of public administration at the central level.
Supporting good management practices and reforms in public administration.
On September 23, 2022, at the Panorama Hotel, CUP organized the conference - Improvement of the system for access to public information. The conference talked about proactive transparency of institutions as a prerequisite for accountability and the fight against corruption, and transparency as a thread of democratic processes.
The conference is organized in cooperation with the Deputy Prime Minister in charge of good governance policies Mrs. Slavica Grkovska and the Agency for the Protection of the Right to Free Access to Public Information within the framework of the project "Encouraging good governance and reforms in public administration" conducted by CUP and supported by the National Endowment for Democracy.