PAR Monitor 2017/2018

PAR Monitor 2017/2018














This Western Balkan PAR Monitor, produced by the WeBER project, provides comparative results for the entire region, based on a comprehensive, year-long monitoring research effort focused on public administration reform (PAR).  

Governments in the Western Balkans have been implementing public administration reforms (PAR) for over a decade now, with varying degrees of success. Since 2014, PAR is acknowledged as one of the fundamental areas of reform on any country’s path to EU membership and a set of principles was prepared for the accession countries to follow and comply within this area in order to become successful EU member states.
The PAR Monitor reports, produced by the WeBER project, provide comparative results for each country in the Western Balkan region, based on an in-depth, year-long monitoring research effort focused on PAR. A comprehensive Western Balkan PAR Monitor should be read in concurrence with the six national PAR Monitor reports, laying out detailed monitoring results and recommendations for each country.
The PAR Monitor adopts the EU principles of public administration as the main building block of the entire endeavour, to allow for regional comparability, peer learning and peer pressure. This also allows WeBER to guide the administrative reforms in the direction of compliance with EU standards and requirements, supporting these countries’ transformation into future EU members. The WeBER monitoring focus rests strongly on the citizen-facing aspects of public administration, particularly examining issues of transparency, information provision to the public, citizen participation, accountability, equal opportunity and integrity.
The Western Balkans Enabling Project for Civil Society Monitoring of Public Administration Reform – WeBER – is a three-year project aiming to increase the relevance, participation and capacity of civil society organisations and media in this region to advocate for and influence the design and implementation of public administration reforms. WeBER is implemented by the Think for Europe Network (TEN) composed of six EU policy-oriented think tanks in the Western Balkans. It is funded by the European Union and co-financed by the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
Please visit for more information about the WeBER project.

Posted: Dec 28, 2018,
Categories: Youth,
Comments: 0,
Author: Svetlana

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