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Working meeting: Countering organized crime in the European Union: exchange of best practices in research and monitoring
On 1 July 2009 the Center for the Study of Democracy organized a working meeting dedicated to the best research and monitoring practices of organized crime in the EU. more »
 
National Round Table: Development and Improvement of the Institutional Instruments for Administrative Control and Prevention of Corruption in the Ministry of Interior and the Role of the NGOs for its Decrease
On 16 June 2009 the Inspectorate Directorate at the Ministry of Interior organized a round table, dedicated to the prevention of corruption in the Ministry and the role of the Bulgarian NGOs for the decrease of corruption. During the event the Inspectorate Directorate at the Ministry of Interior and six Bulgarian NGOs, among which the Center for the Study of Democracy, signed a declaration for collaboration in the area of anticorruption. more »
 
Seminar: Conventional Crime in Bulgaria 2007-2008. The Use of Good Practices in the Monitoring of Justice and Home Affairs
On 20 May 2009 the Center for the Study of Democracy organized a seminar to present the dynamics of conventional crime in Bulgaria during the period 2007-2008. more »
 
Seminar: For Modern and Effective Law Enforcement. Civil Society and Efforts for Increased Security
On 15 April 2009 the Center for the Study of Democracy organized a seminar on the police effectiveness. Mr. Chavdar Chervenkov and Mr. Tihomir Bezlov, CSD Senior Experts were the key speakers of the event. more »
 
Seminar: United States National Security Priorities and Options
The national security priorities and options for the new US administration, as well as the implications for Euroatlantic cooperation, were the subject of a seminar held at the Center for the Study of Democracy on 18 February 2008, with the participation of Ambassador Michael Geier, Germany’s Ambassador to Bulgaria, Ambassador Robert Gelbard and Mr. Brian Jenkins. more »
 
High Table on US - European relations
On 21 December 2008, the Center for the Study of Democracy held a High Table discussion with the participation of Mr. Robert McFarlane. The topic of discussion was the changing international environment in the wake of the recent historic US Presidential election, and in particular the implications for the strategic relationship between the US and European Union members. more »
 
Round Table: The Draft of the New Defense Law of the Republic of Bulgaria
On October 27, 2008 the Center for the Study of Democracy organized a public discussion of the draft of the new Defense Law of the Republic of Bulgaria with the participation of Mr. Nikolay Tsonev, Minister of Defense, General Zlatan Stoykov, Chief of General Staff of the Bulgarian Armed Forces, MPs, Deputy ministers, Ambassadors, Former Chiefs of the General Staff of the Bulgarian Armed Forces, representatives of the Presidency, civil organizations, experts and the media. more »
 
EU proposes protection from discrimination beyond the workplace
The Commission has today adopted a proposal for a directive which provides for protection from discrimination on grounds of age, disability, sexual orientation and religion or belief beyond the workplace. This new directive would ensure equal treatment in the areas of social protection, including social security and health care, education and access to and supply of goods and services which are commercially available to the public, including housing. Eurobarometer surveys show that a large majority of Europeans support such legislation: 77% back measures to protect people from discrimination in education and 68% in access to goods and services. more »
 
Wider powers and greater measures needed to tackle homophobia
Equal protection by EU anti-discrimination law remains an ideal not a fact for Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals and Transsexuals (LGBT) living in many parts of the European Union (EU). Greater legislative protection and wider support within the EU is required. more »
 
FRA signs pledge to support UEFA anti-racism campaign during EURO 2008™
The European Union’s Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) will join UEFA, FARE, FIFPro, football players and others in signing a “pledge” supporting respect for diversity at a launch event for EURO 2008™ on 7 June in Basel, Switzerland. This “pledge” is timely as a spate of events in Europe over the past year has shown that the spectrum of racism and other forms of intolerance still haunt the sport. more »
 

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