11 mars 2023
134th plenary session of the Venice Commission: New opinions prepared under the Quick Response Mechanism adoptedVenice 10-11 March 2023
At its 134th plenary session (held on 10-11 March 2023), the Venice Commission of the Council of...
27 févr. 2023
Secretary General and EU Commissioner for Neighbourhood and Enlargement launch the Partnership for Good Governance IIIBrussels 27 February 2023
Secretary General Marija Pejčinović Burić and European Union Commissioner for Neighbourhood and...
27 févr. 2023
Regional Project on Lawyers Concludes with the final Technical Committee meeting in StrasbourgStrasbourg 27 February 2023
The Joint European Union and the Council of Europe regional project on strengthening the...
The “Partnership for Good Governance” (PGG) is a joint initiative of the European Union and the Council of Europe for strengthening good governance in the Eastern Partnership region*.
PGG provides tailor-made support to Eastern Partnership countries to bring their legislation and practice closer to European standards in the fields of human rights, rule of law and democracy. Progress in the EU accession agenda is in focus for Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova, as are improved European perspectives for Georgia. The Partnership for Good Governance programme will also continue supporting Armenia and Azerbaijan and is also foreseen to support co-operation with Belarusian democratic forces and civil society.
On 27 February 2023, the Secretary General of the Council of Europe Marija Pejčinović Burić and the European Union Commissioner for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Olivér Várhelyi have launched the co-operation Programme between the European Union and the Council of Europe “Partnership for Good Governance” (PGG) 2023-2027.
Secretary General and EU Commissioner for Neighbourhood and Enlargement launch the Partnership for Good Governance III
* While the Partnership for Good Governance does not include activities with the participation of the Belarusian authorities, activities may be organised with the representatives of Belarusian civil society and democratic forces as appropriate in line with the European Council Conclusions of February 2022 and the Decision of the Council of Europe Ministers’ Deputies of March 2022.
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