To raise the involvement of the social partners and of the civil society in order to promote the lasting development, improvement of the labour market functioning, and reducing the disparities at the level of Bucharest-Ilfov Region. The project’s partners are the Bucharest Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Association for the Women Entrepreneurship. Moreover, it will be implemented within a three years timeframe.
The goal of the project is to utilise anticorruption instruments in order to involve the citizens and civil participation in the European area. TI – Romania, together with the 3 operative ALACs, are required to provide a detailed analysis on the citizen’s participation and to carry out a study on the existing national legal framework.
The project entitled "Evidence-based Action against Corruption - The European Integrity Systems Project" represents a combination of comprehensive research and active stakeholder engagement to, in a first step, assess the performance of the anti-corruption systems in 23 EU member states (including Romania), which leads, in a second step, to the development and implementation of targeted advocacy initiatives on the identified gaps in the anti-corruption system at national and at EU levels. The primary focus of the project is to combat the prevalence of corruption in the EU, and thereby reducing the incidence of economic and financial crime.
In its regional dimension, the project will identify (and build support for tackling) anti-corruption issues of regional concern, which the EU and national governments should take action on. Due to its multi-level and evidence-based approach, the project is able to mitigate primary corruption risks as one of the most important forms of financial and economic crime across the EU in a holistic, systematic and sustainable manner.