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EaP CSF Brussels Public Event Series (14/05): The civil society perspective: Taking stock of 10 years of the EaP policy and strategizing for after 2020 – Democracy, Human Rights, Good Governance and Stability

Institutional and Political Issues
Date: Tuesday, 14 May 2019 16:00 - 19:00

Venue: Permanent Representation of the Czech Republic to the EU

EaP CSF Brussels Public Event Series marking 10 years anniversary of Eastern Partnership

“The civil society perspective: Taking stock of 10 years of the EaP policy and strategizing for after 2020 – Democracy, Human Rights, Good Governance and Stability”

The event aims to provide an assessment of the Eastern Partnership policy, with a focus on the efficiency of delivery and its impact on the chronic problems in the region – including corruption, respect to human rights, rule of law and the state of judiciary. The civil society will also discuss the future of the EaP policy with regard to the upcoming changes within the EU institutions in 2019 but also beyond 2020, when the new policy roadmap will have to be put in place. EaP CSF policy paper on the EaP outlook beyond 2020 and civil society recommendations to the policy makers will provide the background for the debate.

On the course of the EaP policy implementation, the civil society has become an indispensable partner of the EU institutions, EU member states and most of the EaP governments. The dialogue between the stakeholders and civil society has grown in a complex way. At the same time, the civil society has been acting as guardian of democratic principles, transparency, accountability and adherence to human rights, while facing various levels of risks.

The world café debate will present and test the conclusions and recommendations articulated in the EaP CSF policy paper “The civil society perspective: Taking stock of 10 years of the EaP policy and looking beyond 2020”. EaP CSF developed the paper within a comprehensive consultation procedure that involved over 50 organisations and members. Together with stakeholders, experts and civil society representatives we will discuss in an interactive format how to improve the EaP policy after 2020, as well as the involvement and performance of the civil society. Two stakeholders, experts and civil society representatives will be placed in the corners of the room and the moderator will ask them the same questions in several rounds. Their different expertise and perspectives on the same issues will enrich the world café debate and enable the audience to step into face-to-face conversation, as well as share their opinion via the interactive Sli.do tool with results projected in real time.

 
Click here to REGISTER ➢ 

Please make sure you bring a valid piece of ID with you to enter the building. Only registered participants will be able to access the event. The number of seats is limited.

Kindly note that the registration will close on Sunday, 12 May 2019 (Midnight)#EUevents

 

 

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  • Tuesday, 14 May 2019 16:00 - 19:00

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