What is Enabling Environment?

The enabling environment includes a set of previously established rules, regulations, procedures and existing conditions that enable undisturbed work and existence of civic associations and all other forms of civic activism in accordance with the law.

The term implies an institutional framework within the jurisdiction of the state and state organs (regulations, economic incentives for the non-profit sector) as well as a favorable socio-cultural context that encourages and fosters civic values which creation and strength depends not only on government and other public institutions but also all other social factors and stakeholders, such as media, educational system family values etc…

An enabling environment is, therefore, a set of interrelated conditions that together should provide and then to facilitate the smooth and continuous inclusion of citizens and civil society organizations in the process of public policy creation and also overall social development in a sustainable and efficient manner.

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