Partnership Justitia: Regaining Citizens’ Trust
The European Policy Institute – Skopje (EPI) started implementing the project “Partnership Justitia: Regaining Citizens’ Trust”,
The overall objective of the project is to contribute to regaining citizens’ trust in Macedonia’s justice sector by meaningful civil society involvement in substantive reforms.
1. To provide structured monitoring and comprehensive input to the implementation of the Justice Sector Reform Strategy by civil society;
2. To enhance the capacities of CSOs and justice sector stakeholders for participation in judicial reform processes by exchange of know-how, including transfer of EU best practices;
3. To support and promote meaningful dialogue between CSOs, justice sector stakeholders and citizens on justice sector reforms through public policy advocacy.
R1: Civil society works together with public institutions in evidence-based monitoring and implementation of the justice sector reform strategy;
R2: Increased knowledge and expertise of CSOs and justice sector institutions on regional and EU best practices related to the justice sector, as well as enhanced capacities for active participation in reform development, implementation, monitoring and/or evaluation;
R3: Increased public policy advocacy by CSOs and the justice sector institutions in front of decision-makers and citizens.
Project duration: 21.12.2018 – 20.06.2021
Budget: 219.804,18 EUR
Donor: Central Financing and Contracting Department Ministry of Finance – Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA II) 2014