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Training Seminar Conflict Management and Access to Public Information in Pernik
 
On 23 November, 2004, the Regional Business Center for Supporting of SMEs, Pernik organized a second training seminar for the members of the Public Anticorruption Council (PAC-Pernik), representatives of local governmental institutions and jurists on the following topic: Conflict Management and Access to Public Information. The training was conducted in cooperation with guest lecturers from the Foundation for Enterpreneurship Development, Sofia .

PAC-Pernik was created under the project Limitation of the Corrupt Practices in the Fields of Public Health Services and the Educational System in Pernik Municipality through Enhancing the Role of Civil Society. Members of the Public Anticorruption Council are: 10 nongovernmental organizations from Pernik municipality, representatives from the local inspectorate on education and health, the regional directorate of the Ministry of Interior in Pernik, local jurists and media. The Public Anticorruption Council also administers complaints from citizens against corruption practices in public institutions in the region. The complaints can be submitted by phone on: 076/601386 or email at : oas_pernik@abv.bg: The project is implemented in the framework of the Civil Society Against Corruption Program of Coalition 2000.

The first training seminar of the Public Anticorruption Council took place on 6 October, 2004 as the main topics of the training were: the role of the civil society in the process of local level decision-making, methods and venues for undertaking action in cases of corruption, techniques for lobbying and conflict resolution, work with the media, investigation of corruption related case-studies and practices.

Invitation and program of the seminar (available only in Bulgarian)
 
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