Second Regional WeBER “Citizens First“ Conference will be held on February 25-26, 2021.
The Minister of Public Administration, Digital Society and Media, Tamara Srzentić, as well as the Director in Directorate-General for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations (DG NEAR), Myriam Ferran, will speak at the opening of the regional conference.
The conference will present the results of monitoring the implementation of public administration reform in the period 2019/2020 in all Western Balkan countries. We will discuss key findings in six areas of public administration reform: the strategic framework of public administration reform, policy development and coordination, public service and human resource management, accountability, service delivery and public financial management.
The Conference will gather various civil society organisations, governments’ representatives, international and regional organisations, as well as distinguished independent experts on the matter.
You may find the Agenda for the Conference here.
WeBER 2.0 project – Western Balkan Civil Society Empowerment for a Reformed Public Administration – is dedicated to strengthening participatory democracy through greater involvement of civil society in policy development and implementation of public administration reform in the Western Balkans. WeBER in Montenegro is lead by Institute Alternative and at regional level it consists of partners from Think for Europe Network, with the support of European Policy Centre (EPC) from Brussels.