Ensuring Sustainable Democratic Governance and Human Rights in the Southern Mediterranean (SNAC 3 Regional)
The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region continues to manifest significant interest in strengthening cooperation with the Council of Europe based on the framework of existing Council of Europe instruments and mechanisms, including in the domain of combatting corruption and other forms of economic crime. This successful cooperation initiated & implemented in the first and second phases of the South Programme will continue under South Programme III which includes both national and regional level activities.
The SNAC 3 Project aims to promote the establishment of anti-corruption networks among the countries of the MENA region as well as the exchange of good practices. It will also include a sub-regional component covering joint activities between Jordan and Palestine*, aiming to support the advancement of regional dialogue.
Regional Workshop on Cooperation Strategies between Anti-Corruption Agencies, Civil Society and Media
On 12-14 February 2020, the South Neighbourhood Anti-Corruption Project (SNAC 3) organised a regional workshop which aimed to promote a strategic approach to cooperation between the anti-corruption agencies and civil society and media. After gathering input from regional and European...
On 22-23 October 2019, the Joint CoE/EU South Neighbourhood Anti-Corruption Project (SNAC 3 Regional) organised a sub-regional training on the procedures for handling whistleblower complaints in Amman, Jordan. This activity follows on the continuous regional technical support provided by the...
Jordan, Morocco, North Macedonia and Tunisia accede to the Šibenik Network of Corruption Prevention Agencies
The 4th Meeting of the Council of Europe Šibenik Network of Corruption Prevention Agencies took place in Tunis with the support of the Council of Europe/European Union projects PAII-T (Project to Support Independent Institutions in Tunisia/Anti-corruption), SNAC-3 (South Neighbourhood...
** This designation shall not be construed as recognition of a State of Palestine and is without prejudice to the individual positions of Council of Europe member States on this issue.