East/West Parliamentary Practice Project (EWPPP)

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1990-07 Brussels Belgium


Jul 1990, Brussels (Belgium), as a joint initiative of F-XF0704 - European Cultural Foundation (ECF) and F-XF0239 - Ford Foundation; and with support from: G-XG2773 - Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. Originally came within the framework of European Cooperation Fund (ECF), currently F-XF5152 - Network of European Foundations (NEF). Became, Jan 1995, an independent foundation registered in accordance with Dutch law, for the purpose of which referred to as Foundation East/West Parliamentary Practice Project -- Stichting East/West Parliamentary Practice Project.


Contribute to overall European regional stability by supporting and strengthening the paramount democratic institution - the parliament - in countries faced with the enormous challenges related to the long process of democratic, political, social and economic transition, concentrating its efforts on: strengthening parliamentary democracy in Eastern/Southeastern Europe and Eurasia; encouraging the development of an enduring democratic culture in countries where it is operating; developing channels of communication among members of parliament across national boundaries in the framework of European integration; promoting cooperation between parliaments and civil society.


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GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions



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