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Public discussion: Serious and Organised Crime Threat Assessment
On 3 April 2012 the Internal Security and Public Order Committee hosted a public presentation of the Serious and Organised Crime Threat Assessment (SOCTA) report. The discussion was attended by representatives of Europol and the Serious and Organised Crime Agency, who shared the use of SOCTA reports to shape EU and UK policies to counter organized crime. The Minister of Interior and the Secretary General of the Ministry of Interior presented the main priorities and results of law-enforcement institutions in countering organized crime. more »
 
Public Discussion: Countering Organized Crime in Bulgaria: a Study on the Legal Framework
On 30 March 2012 the Center for the Study of Democracy organized a public discussion on the report Countering Organized Crime in Bulgaria: a Study on the Legal Framework. Representatives of the judiciary, the Ministry of Justice, experts, academics and attorneys took part in the discussion. more »
 
Round Table: Impact Assessment Methods
On 23 February 2012, the Center for the Study of Democracy held a round table focusing on the impact assessment process employed by Matrix Insight, UK. The special guests at the event were Mr. Usman Khan, Managing Director and Ms. Gabriele Birnberg, Principal Consultant at Matrix Insight, UK. They familiarized the audience with the company organization structure and its areas of consultancy. more »
 
Round Table: Measuring Progress against Transnational Organised Crime
On 21 February 2012 , the Center for the Study of Democracy held a round table entitled Measuring Progress against Transnational Organised Crime. Special guests were Ms. Jennifer Rubin, Director, Communities, Safety and Justice Programme, RAND Europe and Ms. Emma Disley, researcher at the same program. more »
 
Round Table: The Use of Wiretaps in the Investigation of Organised Crime and Corruption
On 20 February 2012, the Center for the Study of Democracy held a round table entitled The Use of Wiretaps in the Investigation of Organised Crime and Corruption. The special guest was Mr. Peter Ainsworth, Senior Deputy Chief, Public Integrity Section, Criminal Division, U.S. Department of Justice. The issues discussed were related to the problems that the Bulgarian judiciary faces in tackling issues of corruption and organized crime, especially when it comes to high-ranking officials. more »
 
International Seminar: The Italian Experience in Investigating, Confiscating and Administering Property Acquired from Criminal Activity
An international seminar entitled The Italian Experience in Investigating, Confiscating and the Reuse of Assets Acquired from Criminal Activities was held on October 28, 2011 in Sofia. It was jointly organized by the Center for the Study of Democracy, the Commission for Establishing Properties Acquired from Criminal Activities and the Caserta Province Authority (Italy). more »
 
Round Table: Cooperation between Border Guards and Customs Administrations for Better Management of the External Borders of the European Union
On 14 June 2011 at Iztok Hall of the National Assembly, the Center for the Study of Democracy in cooperation with the Internal Security and Public Order Committee held a round table entitled Cooperation between Customs Administrations and Border Guards for better management of the External Borders of the European Union. more »
 
International Conference: Counteracting Cigarette Smuggling in the Balkans
The Center for the Study of Democracy (CSD) and the Customs Agency carried out an international conference “Counteracting Cigarette Smuggling in the Balkans” on June 2-3rd, 2011 in Sheraton Hotel, Sofia. more »
 
Round table: Organized Crime and Energy Security
On 25 March 2011 the Center for the Study of Democracy organized a round table entitled Organized Crime and Energy Security. more »
 
Press Conference: Corruption in Bulgaria 2010
On 21 February 2011 CSD experts presented the latest data from the Corruption Monitoring System on corruption victimization in Bulgaria. more »
 

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