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29 March 2020

Activity Details (ID# 31888)  

 
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Title 2011 Result 1 activities: PACA-Project against corruption in Albania (1/09/2009-28/02/2012) Purpose I: Enhance the implementation of the AC Strategy and Action Plan 
Description Result 1.1 Tools and mechanisms available to ensure the implementation of the anti-corruption strategy and action plan line with GRECO recommendations and good practices

 
Status Completed 
Date 01/01/2011 - 31/12/2011 
Location Albania
Countries CoE Members: Albania
  Bilateral
  Joint Programme Activity - Albania Corruption
Joint Programme EC/CoE
JP Albania Corruption - Project against corruption in Albania    (Logframe)  (Activities)
Project Purpose 1 - 2009/DGHL/JP/1917   Albania - Project against Corruption
Expected Result 1.1 - Tools and mechanisms available to ensure the implementation of the anti-corruption strategy and action plan line with GRECO recommendations and good practices
 PoA
Council of Europe Programme of Activities
I – Rule of Law
Line of Action ⇒ II.3 – Countering Threats to the Rule of Law
Programme ☆ II.3.1  Corruption

Working Method

Audiovisual 
Directorate (Service) Human Rights and Legal Affairs (Cooperation - Economic Crime Division)
CoE Contact ,   email
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1 http://www.coe.int/t/dghl/cooperation/economiccrime/corruption/projects/Albania/PACA_en.asp  
Last Modified 20/12/2011 


Activity Synopsis (ID# 31888) (Hide Synopsis)

Objective(s) Tools and mechanisms available to ensure the implementation of the anti-corruption strategy and action plan line with GRECO recommendations and good practices 
Output/Results During the reporting period the project achieved the following results:
• The completion of the remaining three of the five PACA corruption risk assessments provides an excellent basis for the authorities to develop focused policies to tackle/prevent corruption in these areas.
• Assistance to the main counterpart, DIACA and line ministries has resulted in the development of what is believed to be a radically improved multi-year Anti-corruption Action Plan for 2011-13. Significant progress in implementation of a Visibility Strategy has been made.
• Assistance on regulations governing the mechanism for coordination of anti-corruption policy (the Inter-ministerial Working Group) has resulted in important improvements in those regulations, although the effectiveness of the practical operation of the mechanism remains questionable in light of the failure to release the Action Plan or proper detailed reporting on implementation of the 2010 Action Plan. 
Conclusions/Follow Up in 2012 the project will mostly focus on follow up on risk assessments recommendation and on visibility of anti-corruption actions (including here the publishing of the relevant documents) on new government anti-corruption web portal that will be developed with project's support 
Participants representatives of the counterpart institutions: Department of Internal Administrative Control and Anti-corruption and line ministries; 
Consultants/Experts Mr Quentin Reed
Mr Gent Ibrahimi
Ms Sally Van Siclen
Dr. Taryn Vian
Mr Dritan Shutina
Ms Kathrine M. Kelm
Ms Sonila Jazaj
Mr Pedro Perreira
Mr Eugenio Maria Turco 
CoE Secretariat Mr Lado Lalicic
Mr Arben Lila 
Total No. Participants 50 
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20/12/2011 




 
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