Information video: What is the goal of the Partnership for Good Governance II (2019-2022)?

PGG II mid-term results
Better justice for citizens


Protection against discrimination


Fighting against economic crime


Combating violence against women


Programme brochure

Download here the Partnership for Good Governance II leaflet in the following languages:


The English version of the brochure was produced in February 2022.

Armenian | Azerbaijani | Georgian

     RomanianRussian | Ukrainian

The local language versions of the brochure were produced in August 2019.

Quick Response Mechanism brochure

Download here the Quick Response Mechanism leaflet in the following languages:

 English | Armenian | Azerbaijani | Georgian

     Romanian | Russian | Ukrainian

The brochure was produced in December 2019.

About the Partnership for Good Governance

The Partnership for Good Governance (PGG) projects, both country-specific and regional, were designed in close consultation with national stakeholders, in line with the Council of Europe’s country-specific action plans and the European Union's “Deliverables 2020 for the Eastern Partnership”, as well as association agreements where they have been signed.

The programme has two successive phases: PGG I (2015-2018) and PGG II (2019-2022). Since 2017, PGG has mainly focused on providing legal expertise and technical assistance in the field of judiciary and fight against corruption to help Eastern Partnership countries effectively implement domestic reforms and to bring them closer to Council of Europe standards in these areas.

The PGG provides support to the Eastern Partnership countries to help implement reforms in the field of judiciary and fight against corruption. It offers:

Assistance is provided through a variety of activities: legislative review, conferences, seminars, working groups, networking, analytical reports and training sessions led by the Council of Europe staff and international experts.

All PGG actions follow a human rights approach and address cross-cutting issues such as non-discrimination, gender mainstreaming, and ensure the inclusive involvement of civil society in the implementation of the PGG.