Good governance training and implementation in Romania and the Republic of Moldova
Through the project we will encourage the minorities, including the Roma minority, to use its right to information by learning how to make the local and central authorities accountable for their actions. Representatives of the Roma minority will take part in trainings to learn how to use the FOIA laws in Romania and the Republic of Moldova. This objective will be achieved through bilateral cooperation and good practice transfer between Romania and the Republic of Moldova, through formalizing NGO coalitions between actors in the field, through monitoring and comparative analysis of the level of implementation of laws regulating the freedom of information and transparency in decision-making and through empowering citizens and civil society in the two countries to apply good governance anti-discrimination laws. The project’s target group are 500 journalists, 500 central and local public authorities, 20 online communities, 30 local activists, 2000 online visitors of the platforms and over 15000 subscribers to newsletters in both countries. Its beneficiaries will be 30 volunteers, representatives of the institutionalized civil society, 100 NGOs, and 500 citizens interested in good governance.
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