NGO Working Session on European Neighborhood and Partnership Instrument (ENPI)
30 November – 1 December, 2010 (Bazaleti, Georgia)
NGO working session on European Neighborhood and Partnership Instrument (ENPI) was organized by CEE (Central and Eastern Europe) Bankwatch Network, Green Alternative and National Ecological Center of Ukraine with the financial assistance of the Black Sea Trust, the German Marshall Fund.
Working session was primarily designed for NGOs from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine and aimed at finding out the ways of better coordination of NGO actions regarding the ENP, in order to influence the EU funds distribution, programming and implementation in the region.
The representatives from Belgium and Bulgaria shared their experiences regarding the programming of EU pre-accession and cohesions funds and the EU budgetary processes.
For additional information, please check workshop materials:
- How the EU budget can shape a sustainable future
- ENPI Programming Process
- Budget support Experience in Ukraine
- EU Pre-accession of Western Balkans countries
- Electricity Transmission Lines Projects in Ukraine
- Tbilisi Railway Bypass Project
- ENPI within European Union’s Multiannual Financial Framework
- EU funds in the new Member-states: good and bad examples from Bulgaria; tools to influence the process
- ENPI and International Financial InstitutionFinancial Institutions
- Opportunities for Public participation in Programming
- Mid-Term Review Case study – Georgia