On 13 October 2016, civil society representatives from Western Balkans, alongside with their counterparts from the Visegrad Region, will analyze the good governance situation in Macedonia, compared with the regional, and will also draw conclusions with recommendations for improving the good governance mechanisms through promotion of good practices.

Panelists at this event will be: Michal Skop, Kohovolit, Czech Republic; Boris Brkan, Zashto ne?, Bosnia and Herzegovina; Ivana Savic, CRTA, Serbia; Qendresa Sulejmani, Center for Research and Policy Making; Filip Chaparoski, National Democratic Institute; Nada Naumovska, Foundation Open Society – Macedonia; Gordana Dimitrovska, Ministry of Information Society and Administration; Natali Petrovska, Coalition All for Fair Trials; Visar Shehu, ICT4Change; Damir Neziri, Westminster Foundation.

The discussion will be followed by a workshop during which representatives from the Western Balkans and the Visegrad Region, alongside with other event participants will present their good practices and will focus on successful ICT tools that have proven as most practical and most useful.

This event is part of the ACTION VISEGRAD SEE project, whose objective is to promote a dynamic civil society that effectively mobilizes citizens for active engagement on good governance issues within the context of EU accession, and influences policy and decision-making processes at national and regional level in Western Balkans.

Follow these links to find the agenda and the official invitation for the event.