Together with Civil Society against Corruption in Moldova – Third workshop implemented

The Institut für Europäische Politik e.V. (IEP) Berlin together with the Institute for European Policies and Reforms (IPRE) in Chișinău success­fully imple­mented a workshop with Moldovan civil society repre­sen­ta­tives on anti-corruption multi­plier skills and good practices from Latvia. The workshop took place from 2–3 December 2015 in Chișinău and was the third training measure this year as part of the overall programme “Together with Civil Society against Corruption in Moldova”. The programme aims at strength­ening the network between civil society organ­i­sa­tions in Moldova and at contributing to the revision of the Anti-Corruption Strategy and related insti­tu­tional reforms.

The workshop pursued two aims: firstly, it sought to improve partic­i­pants’ multi­plier skills by trans­ferring how civil society actors in Latvia and the Czech Republic collec­tively organized their claims in order to shape the devel­opment of anti-corruption policies in their respective countries. This included the highlighting of networking and anti-corruption commu­ni­cation skills as well as advocacy strategies. Secondly, the workshop was devoted to the transfer of good AC reform practices from Latvia to the Moldovan context, by examining the successes and failures of the post-socialist trans­for­mation country.

The programme is financed by the German Federal Foreign Office.