Over the last decades, national public authorities across the world acutely realized the need for better alignment of their internal organisation with available resources in order to achieve better effectiveness and efficiency. This required an objective assessment of organisational strengths and weaknesses, proper prioritisation and an inclusive and participatory process, so each civil servant could […]
On 26 January 2017, Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the House of Councillors of the Moroccan Parliament during a conference on climate change legislation.
The partnership agreement sets out a framework for cooperation between WFD and the House of Councillors of Morocco between 2017 and 2020. It outlines three key areas on which WFD will support the strengthening of parliament:
- Building the capacity of the parliamentary research centre to ensure MPs have access to high quality briefings that enable them to hold the government to account
- Providing training in public policy evaluation to strengthen the oversight role of parliament in line with the vision set out in the 2011 Constitution; and
- Supporting parliament in fulfilling its roles in upholding human rights and delivering on the Sustainable Development Goals.