PADOS project

The NAUCS is the coordinator of the implementation of the project “Participatory Democracy, Open Governance and Efficient e-Government Services” (hereinafter– the PADOS project) in Ukraine.

The overall objective of the PADOS project is to enhance the transparency and openness of decision-making and governance in six Eastern Partnership countries, and thus to support implementation of democratic principles of governance.

The beneficiary countries of the PADOS technical assistance project are: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.

The project is implemented in close cooperation between the Finnish and Estonian experts` group and is funded by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland.

The project consists of three components:

  • Component I: Participation, e-Democracy, Open Governance.
  • Component II: e-Governance, Cyber Security, Data Protection.
  • Component III: Public Administration Reform.

Booklet PADOS

Participation of NAUCS in the PADOS Project during 2015-2017

E-Democracy, E-Governance and Public Sector Reform Revitised  - Experience of the Main Themes of the PADOS Project in Finland and Estonia 

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