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EU for Integrity Programme for the Eastern Partnership

About the Programme

The EU for Integrity Programme for the Eastern Partnership is a multi-year collaboration aims to strengthen the support and resources available to country reformers in the region to deepen reforms and advance bold, new ideas in areas like strengthening public service delivery, opening civic space, promoting a fair justice system and fighting corruption.

The programme is jointly implemented by the Open Government Partnership (OGP) and OECD Anti-Corruption Network for Eastern Europe and Central Asia (OECD ACN), with support from the European Union.


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10 Years of OGP

Ten years ago reformers inside and outside government launched OGP – a simple yet distinct way to join forces to create transparent, participatory, inclusive, and accountable solutions

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Renewing Democracy – A Decade of OGP

In less than a month, two summits will take place on democracy. The first, the White House Summit for Democracy will deal with global threats including the rise of authoritarianism and feature the voices of...

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Eastern Partnership: Open Door Grants

Learn about OGP's ongoing call for grant proposals to support OGP expanding civil society engagement and building cross-sectoral partnerships.

Resources

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Explore an overview of OGP progress in the region and recommendations for stronger commitment implementation and greater collaboration with civil society throughout the action plan cycle from the Independent Reporting Mechanism (IRM).

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A Decade Towards Open Governance: The Latest OGP Results from the Eastern Partnership Countries

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