Malta project picks up pace
Posted by civilsocietyindex on March 5, 2010
Implementation of the Civil Society Index project in Malta has accelerated in recent weeks. On Thursday 25 February, representatives from different sectors – including civil society, academia, the media and government – came together for the first meeting of the Advisory Committee in the country. Participants discussed their perceptions of the strengths and weaknesses of civil society in Malta. Participants also validated the definition of civil society adopted by the project, as well as discussing and beginning to identify some of the areas to be investigated by case studies.
The People for Change Foundation, the CSI implementing partner, are now advancing quickly with the implementation of the research activities, and have already gathered much of the required data from the Organisational Survey, one of the three survey tools which the CSI project uses to help generate the CSI ‘diamond’, a visual representation of the state of national civil society.
You can find out more about the implementation of the Civil Society Index in Malta by clicking here to visit the People for Change Foundation’s CSI website.