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Title: The citizen, the administration and community law
Title (other): 1998 FIDE Congress | Le citoyen, l'administration et le droit communitaire | Congrès 1998 de la FIDE
Author: Söderman, Jacob
Contributer: Europäische Union / Europäischer Bürgerbeauftragter
Publisher: Europäische Union / Europäischer Bürgerbeauftragter
Year: unknown
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Vorträge und Tagungsbeiträge
Keyword: citizenEuropean CommissioninformationMaastricht treaty
Subject: European Community institutions
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Title: Information and communication technologies and human rights
Abstract
The rapid evolution of information and communications technology (ICT) and associated digital communications over the past two decades has dramatically changed communication practices across the world. This has had profound implications for human rights on a number of levels. Firstly, communication technologies are presenting new ways to more fully realise our human rights. This is particularly true of the right to freedom of expression. Secondly, ICTs have provided human rights activists with new tools for defending human rights. Internet access via mobile phones gives citizens the power to communicate rights violations in real time to global audiences; social networking tools connect human rights defenders across the world to enhance collaboration and information sharing; censorship circumvention technologies allow people to bypass attempts to monitor and control information and communication flows. However, as well as unleashing tremendous new opportunities for protecting and advancing human rights, digital communications also present a series of serious challenges. These include direct threats to human rights, such as the development of increasingly sophisticated censorship and surveillance mechanisms. They also include deeper, structural problems such as the persistence of digital divides in access to communications infrastructure and capacities along geographical, gender and social lines. [European Parliament]
Author: Horner, Lisa | Hawtin, Dixie | Puddephatt, Andrew
Series Title:European Parliament - Study
Contributer: Global Partners and Associates London, United Kingdom
Publisher: Europäische Union / Europäisches Parlament
Year: 2010
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: PE 410.207 | EXPO/B/DROI/2009/24
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: CommunicationHuman rightsinformation
Subject: Human rightsCommunicationInformation transfer
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Title: Evaluation of IPA Information & Communication Programmes : Evaluation Report ; Volume I
Title (other): The European Union’s IPA Programme for the Western Balkans and Turkey : FWC COM 2011 – Lot 1: Studies and Technical
Assistance in all Sectors | Evaluation of IPA Information & Communication Programmes : Annexes ; Volume II
Abstract
PURPOSE AND SCOPEThe assignment’s global objective is to assist the Directorate General for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations (DG NEAR) and the concerned Delegations of the European Union (EUDs) and the European Union Office in Kosovo (EUOK) in improving the programming and implementation of information and communication (IC) Programmes funded by Instrument for pre-Accession Assistance (IPA) II, through developing a Performance and Monitoring Framework for measuring IPA 2015-2020 assistance, taking into consideration the lessons learned and the performance of past IPA information and communication actions.MAIN CONCLUSIONSIC programmes have been relevant in view of existing and emerging political priorities linked to the stage of the integration process in each target country and the need to increase the level of public support for the enlargement process. However, a strengthening of the strategic approach to information and communication would be desirable. Information and communication programmes use available resources efficiently, yet weaknesses can be found in internal horizontal and vertical communication processes. Prospects for effective information and communication are good in general, but vary from case to case. Particularly strong contributions were noted in relation to obilising citizens on issues pertaining to awareness raising on EU policies, culture and values. Somewhat limited effects were recorded in reaching out to the broader public. There are some positive cases related to impact and sustainability.MAIN RECOMMENDATIONSThe report provides the following recommendations: 1)Elaborate a strong results framework for the IC programmes with clear and measurable indicators, fewer instruments, more clearly targeted interventions for selected target audiences and with longer time-horizons; 2) Simplifycomplex EU information and communication messages; 3) Use social media more proactively; | 4) Ensure better coordination and targeted communication of EU IPA projects and horizontal communication activities; 5) Continue cooperating and providing capacity building of government partners in terms of communication and information regarding the EU; 6) Conduct an evaluation of EUICs, and 7) Establish baselines, where relevant and realistic,for the Performance Monitoring Framework.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
ABSTRACT
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
PROJECT SYNOPSIS
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 REPORT PURPOSE
1.2 BACKGROUND
1.3 EVALUATION OBJECTIVES & SCOPE
1.4 STAKEHOLDERS
2. METHODOLOGY
2.1 KEY FEATURES
2.2 EVALUATION QUESTIONS
2.3 ASSIGNMENT PHASES
2.4 INCEPTION & DESK PHASE
2.5 FIELDWORK PHASE
2.6 ANALYSIS OF FIELD DATA
2.7 DEVELOPMENT OF THE PERFORMANCE MONITORING FRAMEWORK
2.8 ELABORATION OF TRAINING APPROACH AND METHODOLOGY
2.9 SYNTHESIS OF MAIN FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
2.10 QUALITY CONTROL & BACKSTOPPING
2.11 REFERENCE GROUP
2.12 EVALUATION LIMITATIONS
3. CONTEXT OF THE EU IPA IC PROGRAMME
4. EVALUATION FINDINGS
4.1 RELEVANCE
4.2 EFFICIENCY
4.3 EFFECTIVENESS
4.4 COHERENCE
4.5 IMPACT
4.6 SUSTAINABILITY
4.7 EU VALUE-ADDED
4.8 IPA INTERVENTION LOGIC ASSESSMENT
5. CONCLUSIONS
6. RECOMMENDATIONS
| ANNEX 1: SPECIFIC TERMS OF REFERENCE
ANNEX 2: EVALUATION QUESTIONS & JUDGEMENT CRITERIA
ANNEX 3: QUESTIONNAIRE – SEMI-STRUCTURED INTERVIEWS
ANNEX 4: LIST OF INTERVIEWED PERSONS
ANNEX 5: DOCUMENTATION
ANNEX 6: PERFORMANCE MONITORING FRAMEWORK
1 INTRODUCTION
2 SHORT BACKGROUND ON THE RESULTS-BASED MONITORING FRAMEWORK
2.1 Why monitoring and evaluation matter
2.2 Key design-related elements for an effective system to follow-up the IPA Information and Communication Programmes
3 OBJECTIVES OF THE PERFORMANCE MONITORING FRAMEWORK FOR IPA INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION PROGRAMMES (ICP)IN WESTERN BALKANS AND TURKEY
4 PURPOSE AND ORGANIZATION OF THE PERFORMANCE MONITORING FRAMEWORK (PMF)
4.1 IPA Information and Communication Programme Results Framework
4.2 Performance Monitoring Framework Indicator Matrix
5 APPROACH TO IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PMF
5.1 Roles and Responsibilities for Data Collection, Analysis and Reporting
6 RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE DESIGN OF THE RESULTS BASED FRAMEWORK AT EUD LEVEL
ANNEX 7: PERFORMANCE MONITORING TRAINING FOR EUDS/EUOK INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TEAMS IN THE WESTERN BALKANS AND TURKEY AND DG NEAR
ANNEX 8: TRAINING REPORTS
ANNEX 9: INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION PROGRAMME PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT MATRICES
ANNEX 10: TRAINING EVALUATION RESULTS
ANNEX 11: E-SURVEYS
11.1 AGGREGATED DATA – CSOS
11.2 AGGREGATED DATA – MEDIA
Author: Kacapor-Dzihic, Zehra | Mijacic, Dragisa | Bunt, Pam van de
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Directorate General for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations | AETS
Year: 2016
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Ref. Ares(2016)6441501 | Contract N° : 2014/350 - 805/1 | EuropeAid /129783/C/SER/Multi
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: evaluationpromotion of developmentEUjoining of the European UnioninformationcommunicationKosovoprogram offer
Turkey
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relationsCommunicationInformation networks
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesSoutheastern Europe, Balkan peninsula. General ResourcesTurkey
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