Thematic Fund Security Romania
The Thematic Fund Security has the purpose to address Schengen related issues and to contribute to enhancing socially related security as well as to fighting against corruption and organized crime. It shall support mainly joint projects between Swiss and Romanian institutions.
Rafforzare la sicurezza pubblica
Lotta alla corruzione e alla criminalità organizzata
Sicurezza dei confini
Ammodernamento del sistema giudiziario
- 7 projects sucessfully implemented (completed)
- 14 projects in implementation
- 10 to 12 projects, mainly joint projects between Swiss and Romanian institutions are successfully realized
- The achievements of the projects are broadly communicated
- National State Institute North
- Settore privato svizzero
Upon accession of Romania on 1 January 2007, certain weaknesses in the security system remained, as e.g. in the areas of judicial reform and the fight against corruption. Such weaknesses could prevent an effective application of EU and national laws, policies and programmes and prevent Romanians from enjoying their full rights as EU and Romanian citizens.
The purpose of the Thematic Fund Security is to address Schengen related issues and contribute to enhancing socially related security as well as to fighting against corruption and organized crime.
Romanian public and non governmental organisations active in the field of security, migration, anti trafficking, fight against corruption
Activities are primarily the implementation of 10 to 12 projects and joint projects between Swiss and Romanian institutions amounting from CHF 150’000 to CHF 1’970’000. Projects will support exchange of know-how, training, acquisition of material, institutional development.
(by the end of 2016)
Risultati principali attesi:
Contributo svizzero all'allargamento dell'UE
|Partner del progetto||
Instituzione statale straniera
Autorità di Stato centrale
|Budget||Fase in corso Budget Svizzera CHF 17'838'199 Budget svizzero attualmente già speso CHF 14'055'946|
|Fasi del progetto||Fase 1 01.04.2011 - 31.12.2019 (Fase in corso)|