Peacebuilding and Good Governance

Peacebuilding and Good Governance

  • Identification and Formulation for Civil Society support

    Place: Botswana

    The project aims to strengthen and improve the structural environment for NSAs in Botswana. Its different components focused on issues that had a long-term effect. It also aims to strengthen the operational and financial capacity of the Non State Actors through direct support, enhancing structural dialogue between Government and NSAs. It aims to improve predictability, transparency and rationalization of Government funding for NSAs, thereby providing a more independent framework to the NSAs. The project’s purpose is that NSAs play a more active and efficient role in the development process alongside Government, having a greater impact on poverty reduction and economic Read more [...]

  • Gender Analysis in preparation of GAP II implementation in Egypt

    Place: Egypt

    The  new  Gender  Action  Plan, Gender  equality  and women’s  empowerment:  transforming  the  lives  of  girls  and  women  through  EU  external  relations  2016-2020 (GAP II) aims to place gender equality and the empowerment of girls and women at the heart of the EU’s external actions.  GAP II  implementation  is  the  responsibility  of  the  Commission  services  and  the  European External  Action  Service both  at  Headquarters  (HQ)  and  Delegations levels. EUD to Egypt will consequently have to implement GAPII as well as monitor and report annually on EU contribution to at least one objective per GAPII thematic priority. The objective of this assignment Read more [...]

  • Technical Assistance Mission for Supporting the National Centre for Human Rights in the Preparation, Contracting, Start-up and Monitoring of NSA Grants in Jordan

    Place: Jordan

    In 2016, the EU decided to support the programme “Civil society and media”. It will be implemented on two separate and yet interrelated components dealing with the Civil Society Sector and the Media Sector respectively. The overall objective of the programme is to strengthen democracy in Jordan through increased participation of citizens in political life and through increased independence, quality, and credibility of the media and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs). The present assignment is related to the component 1 “Support to Civil society” and its objective is to assist the National Centre for Human Rights technically in best practices on Read more [...]

  • Promoting better management of migration in Nigeria

    Place: Nigeria

    The project contributes to assisting the Nigerian government in advancing policy development, building capacity of selected national stakeholders and improving coordination within the migration sector at national level. The programme is back by a budget of almost 20 M euro and is split in two distinct components addressing sector governance and migrants trafficking/smuggling respectively. The EU delegation, in agreement with the Nigerian government, has delegated the implementation of the programme’s component addressing governance issues to IOM Nigeria. The second component has been entrusted to the UN Office for Drugs and Crime (UNODC). The purpose of the assignment is to provide Read more [...]

  • Identification of Civil Society Support Program in Nigeria

    Place: nigeria

    In 2014, a report identified long-term strategic priorities for EU’s cooperation with CSOs in Nigeria. It also proposed more appropriated modalities of working and funding, and a more comprehensive approach. The European union’s objective was to enhance its engagement with civil society because it has a role of critical and growing importance in its external relations in Nigeria and beyond. Based on this report, the EU has been setting up a project to strengthen the role of civil society as independent development actors in their own right and as drivers of more effective, accountable, transparent governance at all levels. The Read more [...]

  • European Union Election Follow-up Mission to Cambodia

    Place: Cambodian Red Cross St. (180)
    Phnom Penh

    The general objective of the Mission is to assess the progress made in electoral reforms since the 2013 elections. The mission focused its assessment on the implementation of the recommendations and took into account the assessment of the EU Heads of Missions (HoMs) on this matter. In line with the criteria contained in the Commission Communication on Electoral Assistance and Observation [COM(2000)191]1 this follow-up mission complemented and fed other forms of follow-up to EOMs, both financial and non-financial instruments. The specific objectives of the Mission are the following: Confirm the European Union interest in a real progress on electoral reform Read more [...]