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Performance, merit and equality in the civil service - regional UniDem Med Seminar

27/03/2017 - 30/03/2017

Tunis - the Venice Commission in cooperation with the Presidency of the Government of Tunisia organises a regional Seminar UniDem Med (Universities for Democracy for the Southern Mediterranean) from 27 to 30 March 2017 on the theme of “Performance, merit and equality in the civil service”.

50 senior public servants from the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region - Algeria, Jordan, Lebanon, Mauritania, Morocco, Palestinian National Authority and Tunisia - will attend the seminar as well as experts from the two shores of the Mediterranean. The working languages of the seminar are Arabic and English.

The main objective of the Project Campus-Med UniDem (University for Democracy) is to contribute to a more effective administration and good governance respecting human rights, enforcing law and consolidating institutions. Seminars of the Campus UniDem Project provide legal capacity development sessions for senior executives of public administration in areas related to good governance and the rule of law and to human rights. The Campus brings together senior civil servants from the southern Mediterranean with a view to exchanging experiences and strengthening the links between the public administrations from the region.

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