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Fields of interests:

  • └► Decentralisation (subsidiarity, legislation, accountability), support to local authorities (local and regional levels including municipalities),

    └► Community based development (empowerment and participatory approaches, gender issues, micro-projects) and local development strategies (social, economic, multi-sector).


  • └► Organisations (Non Governmental organisations, Community Based Organisations, media, trade unions…), roles (service delivery and advocacy) and recognition (legal framework). Including participatory organisation analysis and needs diagnostics,

    └► Capacity building (development of strategies, management and human resource development) (including design and delivery of training/mentoring/tutoring and other forms of support in all aspects of organisation at strategic and functional level, advocacy, internal governance, decision-making processes, accountability and transparency, fund raising ) and networking (networking at local, national, regional and international level, coalition building, intermediary organisations, dialogue with government institutions).



  • └► In the context of the human rights approach to poverty reduction, inclusive focus on people’s participation and empowerment, linkage to national and international human rights norms and standards, equality and non-discrimination, monitoring and accountability,

    └► Promotion and protection of fundamental human rights, social, economic and cultural rights, political and civil rights (women rights, freedom of movement, freedom of thought, conscience and religion, children, minorities, indigenous peoples, migrants…).


  • └► Public administration reform and organisational development of public institutions (including policy formulation, planning, budgeting, monitoring, evaluation…),

    └► Civil service reform (including legal code, human resources management – recruitment, training, salaries…).


  • └► Reinforcement of the rule of law, prevention of corruption,

    └► Reform of judiciary (legal reform, justice and protection of human rights, capacity building, training of magistrates and prosecution officers…),

    └► Penal regime (sentencing and detention, pre-trial, juvenile detention…), police reform and security sector reform (including exercise of civilian control over the military).


  • └► Democratisation processes (incl. civic education), citizenship in terms of inter alia the representative legitimacy, participation and political accountability,

    └► Social and political roots of conflicts (conflict prevention),

    └► Electoral processes (excluding exploratory mission for election observers and election observers' missions),

    └► Political society: role and functioning of the Parliament and political parties,

    └► Free, independent and economically viable media and freedom of expression.

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