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CSD joins the UNCAC Coalition
On 16 June 2011, the Center for the Study of Democracy became member of the UNCAC Coalition. more »
 
Public discussion: Public Trust in the Criminal Justice System – an Instrument for Penal Policy Assessment
On May 11, 2011, the Center for the Study of the Democracy organized a public discussion on Public Trust in the Criminal Justice System – an Instrument for Penal Policy Assessment. At the event the organizers presented an analysis of survey results on the Bulgarian society’s level of confidence in the criminal justice institutions, on the public attitudes towards the level of corruption in these institutions and the subjective perceptions of fear of crime. more »
 
Public discussion: Judicial Reform and the Execution of Penalties in the Republic of Bulgaria
On April 5, 2011, the Center for the Study of the Democracy organized a public discussion on ”Judicial reform and the execution of penalties in the Republic of Bulgaria” featuring a presentation of the Center’s report, entitled ”Penitentiary Policy and System in the Republic of Bulgaria”, published in Bulgarian and English. more »
 
Strengthening Civil Society Capacity on the United Nations Convention against Corruption and its Review Mechanism
On 23 March 2011, at the Center for the Study of Democracy was held training on Strengthening Civil Society Capacity on the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) and its Review Mechanism. It was a national follow-up of an international training (organized by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and the UNCAC Coalition on 2-4 February 2011, in Laxenburg, Austria) attended by Dr. Maria Yordanova, CSD’s Law Program Director. more »
 
Discussion: The US and Bulgarian Approach to Asset Forfeiture
On 28 February, 2011, the Center for the Study of Democracy hosted a meeting of representatives of non-governmental organizations working in the field of criminal law with Mr. G. Wingate Grant, Assistant US Attorney, Eastern District of Virginia, on the legislation and practical problems with asset forfeiture in Bulgaria and in the USA. more »
 
Round table: Asset Forfeiture in Bulgaria: Policies and First Results
On December 5, 2007, in Washington DC, the Center for the Study of Democracy and the Office of Overseas Prosecutorial Development, Assistance and Training (OPDAT) of the US Department of Justice organized a round table discussion on Asset Forfeiture in Bulgaria: Policies and First Results featuring a keynote address by the Chair of the Bulgarian Asset Forfeiture Commission Professor Stoyan Kushlev. more »
 
Round table: Criminal Assets Recovery: Irish and Bulgarian Experience
On November 29, 2007, the Center for the Study of Democracy and the Embassy of Ireland in Sofia organized a round table discussion on Criminal Assets Recovery: Irish and Bulgarian Experience. more »
 
Round Table: Reinforcing Criminal Justice in Border Districts
On November 13, 2007, in hotel Sheraton in Sofia the Center for the Study of Democracy organized a round table Reinforcing Criminal Justice in Border Districts. more »
 
Presentation of the report Reinforcing Criminal Justice in Border Districts
On November 9, 2007, in Bourgas the Center for the Study of Democracy presented its report entitled Reinforcing Criminal Justice in Border Districts. The report makes an overview of the general problems and specifics in the detection, investigation and punishment of cross-border crime, i.e. actions, connected with illegal crossing of or illegal transfer of goods across the border. more »
 
Presentation of the report Reinforcing Criminal Justice in Border Districts
On October 18, 2007, in the Kyustendil District Court the Center for the Study of Democracy presented its report entitled Reinforcing Criminal Justice in Border Districts. The meeting was attended by judges and prosecutors from Kyustendil courts and prosecution offices, representatives of Kyustendil District Investigation Service, the Regional Border Unit, the police, etc. more »
 

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