Goal: The project wants to contribute to the increase of the quality of local public service for satisfying the needs and requirements of the citizens and the community.

Main activities:
- Survey “Citizens’ Perception of the Public Service” – undertook by IRSOP

- Group of monitors of the public service
The group of monitors of the public service was constituted and worked as a non-formal group. The activity within the group will be based on voluntary work. The 30 volunteers, representatives of the civil society, will take part in a 3-day training concerning issues of public administration (especially the law of transparency and the behavior code), knowledge of the specific of the local public structures and functions at, communication and public relations.

- The formations of formatters (ethic counselors)
The courses meant for the formation of ethic counselors will take place in 3 stages and will include 36 public servants from communication and PR departments of local public administration structures (The Prefecture, The District Council, The Municipal Council, The Communal Council and Mayoralties) in the 4 locations in which the project is being implemented.

- The Manual of Behavior Code Implementation
The procedure manual of behavior code implementation will address a larger segment, as an efficient instrument for providing information to the public servants in general and for the formation of the young public servants.

- The public debates
15 public debates will be organized by TVR, our partner in the project. The TV broadcasts will run once a week for 4 months, and will have a minimum of 30 minutes each.

- Open Gates Day
It will be organized by the members of the group of monitors, in collaboration with the local authorities, in one of the structures selected for the project, another in each of the 4 locations.
The purpose of organizing such an activity is creating mutual knowledge opportunities and the set up of a better communication system between the public servants and the citizens.

- “A New Mentality in the Public Service”
The conference will be held at the end of the project for disseminating and extending the gathered experience. There will be 70 participants, representatives of the districts involved in the project and the 10 districts where the project is destined to be expanded: central authorities, NGOs, mass-media, representatives of the groups of monitors.




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