Creation of Guidelines for effective creation of public policies at the local level

Public Participation — Seminar/Panel

Montenegro — May 31, 2024 @ 11:00am - 4:30pm GMT+01:00

Montenegro, Zabljak

Host Organization and Partners — MO Zabljak, IRI Montenegro


MO Zabljak has defined a series of measures to improve the area of public policy creation at the local level within the framework of its current OGP LAP.
Quality creation of public policies more easily leads to the achievement of policy results and the desired impact on policy users.
Citizen participation is closely related to access to information and responsiveness of institutions, as well as their transparency and openness to cooperation.
MO Zabljak and IRI Montenegro, through strengthening the capacities of policy makers and users, strives to ultimately increase the expediency of the legislative framework for the participation of citizens in the performance of public affairs and the motivation to jointly create the necessary results in various spheres of social life through this commitment and developing the Guidelines for effective creation of public policies at the local level.

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