Project duration: 3/2014. – 7/2014.
Client: Romanian Centre for European Policies (CRPE)
Project coordinator: Institute for Development and International Relations (IRMO)
Team leader: Višnja Samardžija, PhD
IRMO was selected for implementation of this project on the call of the “1st EU-Moldova Research Fund” within a broader project framework of the „EU-Moldova Think Tank Dialogue“ financed by the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the UNDP Bratislava Regional Centre. Based on the desk research and the interviews conducted in Moldova the IRMO research team works on a study which assesses the situation and perspectives in the area of anticorruption in the Republic of Moldova. The study “Speeding up Moldova’s EU integration process through progress in the field of anticorruption – Lessons learned from Croatia” is focused on Moldova but it will also refer to Croatia, because in some parts it will assess the experiences of Croatia in the area of anticorruption during the EU accession process and afterwards. The study is to be submitted for a review and presented in June 2014 on the international conference „EU-Moldova Forum 2014“ Balti, Republic of Moldova. Disseminated to all relevant stakeholders has been anticipated.
To advance the anticorruption efforts in the Republic of Moldova in the context of its EU integration process.
- Conceptualizing methodological framework for the study
- Analysis of accessible sources on the situation in the area of anticorruption in the Republic of Moldova
- Interviews with the most relevant actors in the area of anticorruption in the Republic of Moldova
- Writing of the study
- External review
- Presenting the study at the „EU-Moldova Forum 2014“
- Publishing and dissemination