The RPR has a three-tier horizontal governance structure ruled by collective decisions.
RPR Structure
Assembly of NGOs
highest body of the RPR
includes representatives of all 65 participants of the coalition
RPR Board
strategic management body
includes 12 well-known and influential persons selected by the Assembly of NGOs
RPR Secretariat
executive body
key functions: advocacy, communication, international relations, supporting activity of groups and NGOs
The Assembly of the NGOs-members of the RPR (hereinafter referred to as the Assembly) is the highest body of the RPR. NGOs-members of the RPR – authoritative NGOs with impeccable reputation – have the right of vote at the Assembly.
The Board of the RPR is a strategic management body that implements the strategy adopted by the Assembly and develops and approves tactical decisions.
The Secretariat is an executive body of the RPR. Key functions of the Secretariat is advocacy and communication support of the activity of the civil platform and its members.
Representatives of NGOs-members of the RPR and individual experts work in groups in specific areas. Each expert group works in the form of public meetings and opinion exchange to develop legislative initiatives and support their implementation. The aim of the group is to implement relevant reforms, ensure good governance in a particular area, secure partnership between government and society, and support the possibility of public control over the activities of the authorities.