A collective approach to transparency

A collective approach to transparency
Beskrivning

Although European citizens are benefiting from the EU’s various funding initiatives on a daily basis, whenever public funds are involved public scrutiny tends to intensify – and Lithuania is no exception. Eight organisations founded FIREFLIES, which encourages EU-funded projects to incorporate transparency into their public reporting procedures.

Resultat

According to at least one public opinion poll, less than half of Lithuania’s population is satisfied with the transparency of how EU funds are allocated. In fact, the issue of transparency – and the public’s misperception of it – consistently ranks as one of the biggest challenges for EU-funded projects.  To reverse this trend, the European Social Fund-backed FIREFLIES project took the issue of transparency out of the hands of EU authorities and placed it into the hands of the projects themselves – and citizens.

Programnamn
Cohesion for growth and employment
EU-kommissionens prioriteringar
Jobs, Growth and Investment
EU-bidrag
50 042 €
Projektplats
Litauen
Tidsram
2013 to 2015

Dela detta projekt

Dela detta projekt

2 070 hittade projekt
 A textile revolution |  Laboratories and companies work together on the textiles of tomorrow
Länder
Hauts-de-France
Tidsram
2013 to 2020
EU-bidrag
5 000 000 €
'Golden Road' History Park gives a boost to tourism on the Czech/German border
Länder
Tjeckien, Tyskland
Tidsram
2009 to 2013
EU-bidrag
2 948 575 €
'Kleinste Fabrik der Welt' (smallest factory in the world) produces environmentally-friendly homes
Länder
Österrike
Tidsram
2008 to 2010
EU-bidrag
377 900 €
'Let’s Clean the Water' in Slovenia
Länder
Slovenien
Tidsram
2011 to 2013
EU-bidrag
100 745 €

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Länder
Rumänien
Tidsram
2013 to 2015
EU-bidrag
270 237 €
'Urban Business Hub' - addressing local social needs in Brussels
Länder
Belgien
Tidsram
2007 to 2017
EU-bidrag
10 778 274 €
'Village goodies' in Lithuania
Länder
Litauen
Tidsram
2014 to 2015
EU-bidrag
28 107 €
0.05 mm: a new accuracy standard for industrial robots
Länder
Storbritannien
Tidsram
2010 to 2013
EU-bidrag
5 300 000 €
100 additional training places for young people with disabilities
Länder
Tyskland
Tidsram
2006 to 2015
EU-bidrag
25 200 000 €

Sidor