Delegation of the European Union to Russia

Non-state Actors Programme

17/03/2017 - 16:51
Civil Society and Media

The ‘Non-State Actors’ programme (NSA Programme) was introduced in 2007 to enhance the capacity of civil society organisations which contribute to the building of a more equitable, open and democratic society. In Russia the programme co-funded 16 projects for €4 million in total.

It supported actions aimed at (i) strengthening the capacity and enhancing the sustainability of civil society organisations; (ii) benefiting population groups out of the reach of mainstream services and resources, and excluded from policymaking processes; (iii) facilitating interaction between state and non-state actors in different areas.

As a result, the programme has contributed to empowering Russian NGOs by supporting their cooperation with various stakeholders and facilitating participation of the most vulnerable groups of population in decisionmaking processes.

This publication highlights key information, facts and figures about the projects supported by the NSA programme. 







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