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Public consultation on the Thematic Evaluation of Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance and European Neighbourhood Instrument support to Public Administration Reform
European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations / Economic and Financial Affairs / External relations
Period of Consultation
From 6 November 2017 to 12 February 2018
Objective of the Consultation
The purpose of this Open public consultation is to seek comments from the general public, that is citizens of the EU and citizens of countries eligible for support from European Neighbourhood Instrument and of beneficiaries of Instrument for pre-accession assistance, on the evaluation of European Union (EU) Support to Public Administration Reform (PAR) under the EU programme for assistance to integration policy (IPA and IPA II) and the EU programme for the neighbourhood (ENPI/ENI) between 2007 and 2016. It should be noted that the background document is part of the on-going consultation process of an evaluation carried out by external consultants and does not represent the views of the Commission. This consultation is taking place at a time when the consulting team has completed its desk review as well as the field visits. The findings presented in the background document are thus preliminary and do not represent the full assessment, as findings and conclusions may change as the work advances.
How to submit your contribution
You can contribute to this public consultation by filling out the online questionnaire.
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