The evaluation covered 55 projects with funding of €120 million. 15 projects were evaluated in depth in Poland, Lithuania, and Latvia. Projects in this EEA & Norway Grants priority sector addressed, amongh other issues: police and border police infrastructure, IT systems, equipment and training; forensics; reception and processing of migrants at the EU’s external borders; … Read more
The €2.3 million project aimed to (1) enhance the implementation of anti-corruption policies and strategies in line with GRECO and MONEYVAL recommendations and European Partnership commitments, and (2) contribute to the prevention of corruption in the education sector by improving transparency, accountability and social participation in the education system. This evaluation was part of a wider evaluation … Read more
The Mario II project operated in 15 countries with 19 partners from 2012 to 2014. It aimed to protect migrant children and young people moving through Europe by enhancing the capacities of child protection authorities in European Countries, and by undertaking advocacy at European level.
Contributed analysis on the added value of implementing projects within the framework of the Action Plan.
Developed guidelines for the National School of Judges on reformulation and development of the original Programme Review Methodology indicators to better align them with the work of the National School of Judges and to enable progress to be assessed in an objective and systematic manner.
Reviewed projects in Belarus, Georgia, and Moldova in the areas of human rights, good governance and fight against corruption, electoral reform, and local government.
This was an important strategic review covering a major evolution in Tdh structures and processes in Europe. Tdh has been implementing pilot decentralisation schemes in three regions of the world as part of a major strategic reorientation in the way that it addresses issues facing children. The review of decentralisation in Europe provided strategic recommendations … Read more
Responsible for monitoring the EUR 30 million Justice programme.
The evaluation assessed the results and impact of two Swiss Contribution Thematic Funds that provided support to Romania and Bulgaria via 33 justice and security projects dealing with: policing; protecting victims of human trafficking; combating organised crime and corruption; judiciary; juvenile justice; non-custodial sentences; asylum and migration. The evaluation reviewed 13 projects in depth, and … Read more