Ten Years of EU Membership – Consequences and Benefits for the Czech Republic and its Citizens in the Field of Civil Society
Ten Years of EU Membership – Consequences and Benefits for the Czech Republic and its Citizens in the Field of Civil Society
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2014


Principal Investigator: Pavol Frič


The study has been commissioned by the Representation of the European Commission in the Czech Republic.


The main goal of the project is to implement a study analysing how Czech civil society has benefited from and been affected by the country’s membership in the EU over the past ten years. The analysis will focus on four areas:

 

  • 1. The development of civil rights, democratic participation and civil society organizations;

  • 2. The increasing transparency and accountability of such institutions that help citizens make a difference in public life (including those running programs under Structural and Cohesion Funds);

  • 3. The ways the capacity of Czech civil society organizations is strengthened by their participation in EU programmes (funded by the ESF, Europe for Citizens etc.);

  • 4. The broadening scope of EU-level activities of Czech civil society organizations (including networking with organizations in other member states).







Ten Years of EU Membership – Consequences and Benefits for the Czech Republic and its Citizens in the Field of Civil Society



2014


Principal Investigator: Pavol Frič


The study has been commissioned by the Representation of the European Commission in the Czech Republic.


The main goal of the project is to implement a study analysing how Czech civil society has benefited from and been affected by the country’s membership in the EU over the past ten years. The analysis will focus on four areas: