In accordance with local regulations and the performance standards of organisations, Egis intervenes during the design phase in order to define major impacts (scoping study), carry out baseline studies and impact assessments, define social management (and environmental) plans, detail population displacement plans, carry out impact study audits and compensation audits.
Reinforcing local communities (mediation, consultation, negotiation)
Egis provides assistance in mediation, consultation and negotiation in order to favour win/win agreements between stakeholders (civil society organisations, local government, private companies) using negotiation training, public information meetings as well as consultation meetings with all stakeholders.
Migrations, sociological studies, population/demography, refugees, human rights
Egis works on projects that permit the integration of migratory issues in strategic national and regional development policies aiming to improve the management of migratory flows, provide information on the dangers of illegal migration, reintegrate migrants returning to their home countries and promote synergies between migration and development.
In the initial studies prior to the definition of infrastructure projects, Egis examines the social, human and demographic consequences and takes into consideration the improvement of living conditions for the most disadvantaged communities and the reinforcement of their human rights.
Assistance to civil society
It is important to establish a real rule of law within which civil society can dialogue with governmental players and fully play out its role as partner in developing the reform measures undertaken by the States.
Within this scope, Egis intervenes by: