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Survey Civil Society Forum ENG

Survey Civil Society Forum ENG

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Published by Ivanna Volochiy
How you asses the Civil Society Forum?
How you asses the Civil Society Forum?

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Published by: Ivanna Volochiy on Nov 21, 2013
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 Dear Forum participants, Thank you so much for your responses that will help all of us make the next Civil Society Forum in Georgia even better! 93 participants have filled in the questionnaire on the Civil Society Forum in Chisinau. Below is a brief summary of the trends in your responses:
 More than 70 per cent of the respondents believe that 2-day format of the Forum is
 About 20 per cent of respondents believe that the number attendees of the Forum can be
 According to the respondents, welcome speeches, adoption of resolutions, election sessions are rivalling each other for the status of
the least interesting part of the Forum.
This goes in line with the suggestions to decrease the length and number of welcome speeches, make the elections process more structured, and move resolution proposing and adoption online,
 The alarming tendency is that 14 per cent of respondents have
not attended any Working Group meeting
. This data goes in line with the view of 47 per cent of respondents that
Working Group dimension of the Forum needs strengthening
 most of all,
 According to the respondents, the plenary and panel sessions should allow
more opportunities for interaction
with the audience,
Networking, relations building, and advocacy
 were identified as the main reason for participating in the Forum by the majority of the participants. Some revealing quotes:
“The Forum was surely an excellent networking opportunity.” “To me - not clear what the longer term actual results were or what is the future of the Forum and how I can contribute to its growth.” “…the organisation of each section needed more structure. The speakers often spoke for too long or did not share relevant information.” “There is a need for more youth involvement in higher positions, people with motivation to make change.” “This Forum and the structures around it (ex. national platforms) are so fortunate: with such a high level of political attention, resources and wonderful staff and supporters. It has all the assets needed for big achievements. The Forum could be a real game changer for civil society in the region.”
Look forward to working together with you and making Forum “a real game changer for civil society” and for the reform process in the region! It is only with energy, involvement and motivation of all of us, representatives of National Platforms, Working Groups, Sub-Groups, Steering Committee and the Secretariat that we can make the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum a strong structure that can fulfil its goals and objectives.
Best regards, Natalia Yerashevich Director Secretariat of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum

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