As the next local election is approaching in 2017, we want to discuss the ways municipalities can incorporate all their inhabitants in the life of the municipality, also including people who do not hold Latvian citizenship. Indeed, what are the means beyond voting that may foster the realization of the full potential of this particular group in order to use their knowledge and skills for the promotion of local development?
PROVIDUS together with Diversity Development Group and Forum Polonia invites to take part in a workshop on the participation of mobile EU citizens in countries of residence. Read
This study is aimed at strengthening integrity in the business sector, especially anti-corruption measures in and for the private sector. Read
Video from the introductory panel of the conference held in Riga on 10 June 2016. Read
A new report on the engagement of Baltic and Polish citizens in Irish political life. Read
PROVIDUS' research reflecting project results on innovative working methods for reducing risks provoked by antisocial behaviour in children. Read
Common interests and redefined comparative advantages create favourable conditions for stronger cooperation among Poland and the Baltic States. Read
Policy brief following the conference organised by PROVIDUS in October 2015. Read
The number of convicted public officials has declined radically. This is one of the conclusions from the trial statistics about the court cases of 2014 analysed and visualized by PROVIDUS. Read
A study of Institute of Public Affairs presented and discussed in Riga on 25 November, 2015. Read
Background paper including unique data from October and November 2015 about asylum seekers currently staying or having already left the Mucenieki centre for asylum seekers in Latvia. Read
Presentation includes an analysis of the weaknesses and strengths of the Latvian action plan to welcome asylum seekers, as well as unique data on asylum seekers in the reception centre “Mucenieki”. Read
Video from the Riga conference 2015 conversation on the existential crisis of the European Union caused by the current migration flows. Read
A study providing insights into some of the anti-corruption reforms undertaken and the roles of their proponents.