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Azerbaijan - Projects

Istanbul Action Plan
Themes: Regional Initiatives
Countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Russian Federation, Tajikistan, Ukraine
For more info, contact: Anti-Corruption Network for Transition Economies Secretariat - Paris, International

The Istanbul Action Plan is the anti-corruption initiative for Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, the Russian Federation, Tajikistan and Ukraine. It was endorsed at the 5th Annual Meeting of the Anti-Corruption Network for Transition Economies (ACN) in Istanbul, Turkey in September 2003. The Kyrgyz Republic has joined this Initiative in November 2003. The implementation of the Initiative is supported by the Secretariat of the ACN. For further information contact Ms Olga Savran at + 33 (0) 1 45 24 13 81.

Program of Co-operation between the European Commission on Democracy through Law (the Venice Commission) and the Government of Azerbaijan
Themes: Independent Judiciary, Legislative Assistance, Rule of Law, Judicial Reform
Countries: Azerbaijan
For more info, contact: The Council of Europe - International

Program of work agreed between the Government of Azerbaijan and the Venice-Commission in the areas of constitutional reform, electoral reform and the media.
Duration: from  September 2000 to  December 2001

The World Bank's Regional Initiative for the South Caucasus
Themes: Regional Initiatives
Countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia
For more info, contact: World Bank - Yerevan, Armenia


Funded by: The World Bank

 
     
 
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