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Who are we? We are a consortium of 9 organisations implementing the EU-funded project "Strengthening non-state actors’ capacities to Promote Reform and increase Public Accountability", which was launched in January 2013 within the Eastern Neighbourhood Civil Society Facility.


Project Consortium

The consortium is led by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung e.V. (KAS, Germany) and is composed of the consultancy firm Transtec (Belgium), as well as 7 NGOs from and/or working in the Eastern Partnership Countries: the Assembly for Pro-Democratic NGOs of Belarus (Lithuania), European Integration (Armenia), Azerbaijani Youth Euro-Atlantic Organisation (AYEAO), AKT (Belarus), International Center on Conflict and Negotiation (ICCN, Georgia), the Institute for Development and Social Initiatives (IDIS, Viitorul, Moldova) and the Initiative Centre to Support Social Action (ISAR Ednannia, Ukraine). Read more about the consortium.

About The Project

'Civil Society. Dialogue for Progress' aims at supporting civil society organisations in the Eastern Partnership Countries to become stronger players in policy dialogue. Learn more about our aims and activities.

The Team

The project is steered and implemented by a team of experts based in Kiev with activities taking place in all the six countries. Read more about the project team.

Eastern Partnership (EaP)

The Eastern Partnership (EaP) is a European Union initiative that aims to develop closer ties with six countries of Eastern Europe and the South Caucasus: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. Read more about The Eastern Partnership (EaP) .

The European Commission

'Civil Society. Dialogue for Progress' is a technical assistance project titled 'Strengthening non-state actors' capacities to promote reform and increase public accountability in the Eastern Partnership countries'. The project is funded by the European Union under the program 'European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument'. Read more about The European Commission.


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