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Preparatory Committee of the European Movement Albania


Preparatory Committee of the European Movement Albania

European Movement Albania is an independent, non-profit organization, combining think tank and advocacy instruments. EMA was established in February 2007, in response to Albania’s increased efforts at speeding up the process of preparing for EU accession.  EMA regards European Integration as largely beneficial but recognizes that in many respects the process does not work well. Therefore we aim to promote new ideas for improving the policy development process.

EMA is a forum for exchange of views on political, economic and social challenges that Albania is facing. It is devoted to encourage and strengthen the present democratic experiences, by promoting democratic values during the policy making process, analysis and implementation of public policies in the country. It attempts at making the policy-making process more transparent and open, and responsive to the public interest, offering alternative suggestions based on evidenced research.

EMA’s programme areas are:

–    Promotion of European values and European Integration   process of Albania

–    Democracy and good governance

–    Economic and social dimensions of EU integration

–    Regional cooperation

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Conflicts are flaring up in the Western Balkans, jeopardising not only regional relations but also the European integration process of many of the (potential) candidate countries. These recent develop. >

EM Albania: EU enlargement – Comparison of the Albanian experience in European Integration process with Greece, Bulgaria, Rumania

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Within the framework of the project “Deliberating socio-economic impact of EU Integration- Albanian case and regional experiences”, which is being implemented by European Movement in Tirana (EMA) . >

EM Albania – Policy Paper: Consultation process in Albania under EU integration – What role for Civil Society?

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The year 2020 and 2021 were difficult years for the Civil Society sector, as it was for all other sectors of the economy and society, due to Covid-19 pandemic implications and restrictions.. >


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