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Nato Transformation - Facing New Security Frontiers
The present publication summarizes the discussions at the International Security Conference “NATO Transformation – Facing New Security Frontiers” held on April 28-29, 2006 in Sofia, Bulgaria. more »
The report Innovation.bg continues the tradition set by the e-Bulgaria report to monitor Bulgaria's preparedness for the information society on annual basis. more »
On the Eve of EU Accession: Anti-corruption Reforms in Bulgaria
This is the seventh consecutive Corruption Assessment Report providing an overview of the state and dynamics of corruption in Bulgaria and Bulgarian anti-corruption policy. It analyzes the main opportunities and challenges of the anti-corruption process in the context of Bulgaria’s approaching accession to the EU. more »
The Healthcare Ombudsman – Best Practices and Prospects for Bulgaria
This edition is devoted to different aspects of the institution of the specialised healthcare ombudsman and the possibilities for its introduction in Bulgaria. The publication contains an overview of the good practices and the experience in the United Kingdom, Australia, Switzerland and Israel. The edition includes also a detailed summary of a discussion in relation with two draft laws concerning the institution of the health ombudsman and the comments and the recommendations on them of the experts of the Center for the Study of Democracy. more »
Security Risks and Transformation - Euroatlantic and Regional Perspectives
This publication summarizes the discussions at the International Security Conference "Security Risks and Transformation - Euroatlantic and Regional Perspectives" held in November 19-20, 2005 in Sofia, Bulgaria. The conference discussions benefited from the participation of the Bulgarian Prime Minister Sergey Stanishev, Supreme Allied Commander Europe General James Jones, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria Ivailo Kalfin, Minister of Defense Vesselin Bliznakov, Minister of the Interior Rumen Petkov and other senior oficials from Southeast Europe (SEE). more »
Judicial Reform: The Prosecution Office and Investigation Authorities in the Context of EU Membership
This is the second publication of the Center for the Study of Democracy dedicated to the judicial reform in relation to the place and the role of the prosecution office and the investigation service. It presents the experience of the European Union Member States and the candidate countries as regards the organization and the structure of the prosecution office and the investigating authorities. more »
Corruption Trends and Anti-Corruption in Bulgaria 1998 – 2006
Corruption in the forms it appears in present day Bulgarian society is a new phenomenon closely associated with the specific forms of transition in the period after 1990. The Bulgarian public identifies corruption as a negative phenomenon. However, Bulgarian society has been largely unprepared to properly identify corruption risks appearing in different social sectors. more »
Crime Trends in Bulgaria 2000 – 2005: Executive Summary of CSD Report
The current publication focuses on the main findings from the National Crime Surveys. Toward the end of the 1990s and, particularly after the year 2000, as the prospect of EU membership became more likely, greater political stability and economic prosperity in Bulgaria led to a gradual decrease in crime. more »
CSD Brief No 7: Development of the Second National Anti-Corruption Strategy for Bulgaria
On January 12, 2006, the Council of Ministers adopted a National Strategy for Good Governance, Prevention and Counteraction of Corruption 2006-2008. The document was part of the commitments made by Bulgaria in the field of anti-corruption in the context of its EU accession. The strategy was expected to be adopted and presented to the European Commission by the end of 2005. more »

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