Eastern Partnership Programme
The Council of Europe and the European Commission have signed a cooperation agreement to promote human rights, democracy and the rule of law in six Eastern European countries.
The agreement, which is worth €33.8 million and covers the period 2015-2017, will fund joint programmes in countries covered by the EU’s Eastern Partnership programme.
The European Union and the Council of Europe programme Partnership for Good Governance (formerly known as PCF) covers the period 2015-2017 and the beneficiary countries are Armenia, Azerbaijan, Republic of Moldova, Georgia, Belarus and Ukraine.
Ensuring effective follow-up to the recommendations of International Election Observation Missions in the countries of the Eastern Partnership asked Council of Europe Conference participants in Venice
The Division of Electoral Assistance of DGII will implement the thematic programme V. 1.: Electoral assistance: reforming electoral legislation and practice who's workplan can be found below:
- Plan of Action 2015-2017
- Brochure: English | Russian
- Programmatic Cooperation Framework - Theme V: Promoting democratic governance - electoral assistance - reforming electoral legislation and practice webpage
- Women’s political representation in the Eastern Partnership countries - Council of Europe regional study