UNPAN Europe & Central Asia

Publications

2019

Towards More Evidence Based Policy Making in Montenegro (2019)
The main findings in this paper will be focused on the effects of the new system of policy planning and the current impact of the mentioned legal and methodological framework. The paper will verify whether or not the gradual steps that have been made until now have contributed to the changing environment in strategic planning in Montenegro. The subjects of the analysis were strategic documents already in force, as well as opinions of the Department for Government Strategies (DGS) on drafts and proposals of strategic documents and reports.Read more
Key Issue: SDG 16, Schools of Public Administration
Resource type: Publication
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Innovative Practices

2020

International Association of Schools and Institutes of Association (IASIA/IIAS):
IASIA/IIAS, the association of organizations and individuals whose activities and interests focus on public administration and management, organizes the Donald C. Stone award which goes to an outstanding international scholar and/or practitioner in public administration that is professionally affiliated with, or retired from, an IASIA/IIAS member.
For further reference, please check: https://iasia.iias-iisa.org/dc-stone-award.php

Network of Institutes and Schools of Public Administration in Central and Eastern Europe (NISPAcee):
NISPAcee promotes public administration excellence through the following awards:
Alena Brunovska Award for Teaching Excellence in Public Administration;
Mzia Mikeladze PhD Thesis Award;
NISPAcee Best Graduate Student Paper Award;
NISPAcee Merit Award; and
Award for the Best Comparative Paper Presented at a NISPAcee Annual Conference.
For further reference, please check: http://www.nispa.org/page.php?sid=484

 

Events

JUNE 2020

Public Governance for Climate Action
24-26 June 2020

Finance Tower, Brussels (Belgium)
For more information: https://iias-conference2020.org/

 

OTHER RESOURCES

Economic Commission for Europe (ECE)
The major aim of the Economic Commission for Europe (ECE), which has its Headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, is to promote pan-European economic integration. To do so, it brings together 56 countries that are part of the European Union, non-EU Western and Eastern Europe, South-East Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and North America. All these countries dialogue and cooperate under the aegis of UNECE on economic and sectoral issues. However, all interested United Nations member States may participate in the work of UNECE. Over 70 international professional organizations and other non-governmental organizations take part in UNECE activities.

European Public Administration Network