Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10419/214114
Authors: 
Potluka, Oto
Spacek, Martin
Remr, Jiri
Year of Publication: 
2015
Series/Report no.: 
CEPS Working Paper Series No. 7
Publisher: 
University of Basel, Center for Philanthropy Studies (CEPS), Basel
Abstract: 
EU Cohesion Policy requires the interaction of public, private and non-profit sectors in policy making. The case of the Czech Republic enables us to identify the major obstacles to the successful implementation of this approach as the Czech population perceives the ability of NGOs to influence policies at the lowest level among all the EU member states. The goal of the study is to identify and explain the determinants of success and failure regarding NGOs' participation in designing public programmes. The methodology includes a combination of in-depth interviews with NGOs' representatives and public servants, a review of official documents, a focus group, and a stakeholders' review of the study's conclusions. The main obstacles to the implementation of the partnership principle are the following: insufficient capacities among NGOs; fluctuations in participating public servants and NGO representatives; dependence of partnership on personal contacts; late start and non-consultative, informative character of partnership.
Subjects: 
Cohesion Policy
Non-profit organizations
Participation
Partnership Principle
The Czech Republic
JEL: 
L31
R50
R58
Document Type: 
Working Paper

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