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Beneficiaries: International Organisation, Local and Regional authorities, Non-profit organisations

Regions: European Union

Category: Call for Proposals

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Funds for: Enhance citizens’ participation in sub-national good governance in the context of the new federal system
Main beneficiaries: CSOs

Other beneficiaries: Public sector operators or international (inter-governmental) organisations

Responsible: European Commission

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Funds for: Enhance citizens’ participation in sub-national good governance in the context of the new federal system
Main beneficiaries: Civil society organisations, public sector operators or international (inter-governmental) organisations

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Objectives
– To enhance participatory and cooperative relationships between citizens and newly established local governments, in order to promote and establish good governance at the local level, by, in particular, strengthening public governance, accountability and transparency;
– To establish instances of cooperation and dialogue among local governments, between local and provincial governments, with the sectoral ministries, in view of enhancing citizens’ participation and leading to improvement in overall service delivery at the local level and reflection of local needs in programmes and policies

Priorities
– Gender Equality & Social Inclusion
– Climate change and Environment 
– Youth

Among financed actions
– Debates, dialogues, or consultations involving local authorities and civil society;
– Citizens monitoring of policies;
– Supporting network/coalition building of organisations;
– Setting up and maintaining multi-sector dialogue mechanisms