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Building Effective, Accountable, and Inclusive Institutions in Europe and Central Asia

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The World Bank’s Governance Global Practice and our program has been supporting reforms across the region in collaboration with development partners using three complementary and mutually reinforcing engagements to bridge the accountability and implementation gaps and restore trust.

First, through research and analytical work to understand the underlying factors that can influence policymaking and effective implementation; second, through stakeholder policy dialogue with decision-makers to open the channels of communication and ensure tailored solutions that meet the needs of diverse groups; and finally, through funding and technical assistance for the design, implementation, and evaluation of public policies.

Our work is supported by the United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID) ECA Governance Trust Fund, and we collaborate closely with leading development partners in the region, including the European Commission, Support for Improvement in Governance and Management (SIGMA), a joint initiative of the OECD and the European Union), UN Women, and the Asian Development Bank.


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Regional Governance Conference - June 2019

The Europe and Central Asia Regional Governance Conference brought together over 500 delegates from local governments, international development partners, academics, private sector, and civil society groups to take stock of reforms to improve governance in the region, and discuss ways to inspire next generation changes in improving governance practices.