The role of EU funding in deinstitutionalisation (DI) in Hungary and te experiences of the DI programme so far

The aim of the present research is to privode information and expand knowledge of advocacy work in the 2014-2020 programming period in regards to the EU and teh Hungarian government. 

The research studies four main questions: the appropriateness of programmes, the appropriateness of projects, the effectiveness of organisations and systems and  the appropriateness of planning. Read the whole executive summary here

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