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Over the past 3 years, IDM Albania in partnership with RiskMonitor Foundation (Bulgaria) has implemented the project CIVILISC – Civil society Instruments against Corruption, funded by the EU Delegation to Albania, aiming to improve the capacities and role of civil society at promoting good governance and the fight against corruption at local level. The fight against corruption remains one of Albania’s main challenges and a key condition in its path towards the EU integration- leading to the adoption of substantial reforms aiming to build democratic and efficient institutions. On the other side, civil society and non-state actors must ensure presence in the implementation of anti-corruption mechanisms as well as initiate progressing actions that will contribute at improving local governance’s efficiency, transparency, accountability, quality public services, and citizen participation. Read more here.

Source: IDM Albania

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