PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION REFORM IN EASTERN PARTNERSHIP COUNTRIES: HOW FAR, HOW DEEP? EPC MEETING IN BRUSSELS (3 May 2012)
Mrs. Antonella Valmorbida, ALDA Director and Coordinator of the Sub Group on Local Government and Public Administration Reform of the Civil Society Forum for Eastern Partnership, was one of the speakers at the meeting on “Public Administration reform in Eastern Partnership countries: how far, how deep?”.
The event has been organized by the EPC, European Policy Center, in Brussels (3rd of May 2012).
After the welcome speeches by Mr Eberhard Rhein, Senior Adviser, EPC, and Mr. Matti Maasikas, Permanent Representative of Estonia to the EU, other speakers were Mr. Alexei Sekarev, Project Manager, Estonian Centre of Eastern Partnership, Mr. Richard Tibbels, Head of Division for the Eastern Partnership, Regional Cooperation and OSCE, EEAS, and Mr. Keit Kasemets, Strategy Director, Government Office of Estonia.
The event was held under the auspices of the EPC’s Europe in the World programme, and has been organised in cooperation with the Permanent Representation of Estonia to the EU and the Estonian Center of Eastern Partnership.