Regional workshop on the Management of Seized and Confiscated Assets in the Balkans

Wed, 09/20/2017

This week in Pristina, the Second - Balkans Recovery Inter-Agency Network - BARIN Conference took place. The event, titled Workshop on the Management of Seized and Confiscated Assets, aims to continue the development of the network. It brought together asset recovery practitioners from jurisdictions in the region to discuss best practices and to deepen regional cooperation in sequestration, management and confiscation of criminal assets.

Happy Anniversary Civic Space - Cyprus !

Tue, 09/19/2017

This month is the 2nd anniversary of Civic Space, our project to strengthen the role of civil society in the Turkish Cypriot community (financed by the EU). A lot has been achieved until now and so much more will be done until the end of the project.

Launch of the project Visibility and Communication for actions related to AA/DCFTA implementation in Moldova

Mon, 09/18/2017

This September is the launch of the project Visibility and Communication for actions related to Association Agreement / Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (AA/DCFTA) implementation in Moldova, project led by Project Group International in partnership with B&S Europe which aims at increasing the awareness and understanding of the benefits of the AA/DCFTA.

Attending IMPAC4 - 4th International Congress of Marine Protected Areas

Fri, 09/15/2017

Last week, our team of experts of the Transatlantic Marine Protected Areas Cooperation project, was present in La Serena (Chile), taking part of IMPAC4, the most important worldwide congress about marine protection.

There, experts and partners of the three twinning projects involved in this initiative funded by the European Commission presented the good practices achieved during this 2-years contract, and discussed as well the upcoming opportunities and steps of the Transatlantic Networks.

Kick-off meeting of the study on Abandoned Public Sector Capital Projects in Nigeria

Thu, 09/14/2017

The implication of abandoned public sector capital projects in Nigeria is a subject of concern. The costs of abandoned or failed project amount to trillions of Naira and create ongoing negative economic and social impacts in the country. The reasons for this state of affairs include poor project planning, corruption and bureaucratic bottlenecks by government officials.