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Workshop on alternatives to imprisonment
On 13 March 2014 the Center for the Study of Democracy held a workshop on alternatives to imprisonment in Barcelona, Spain, within the framework of the initiative ‘Re-socialisation of offenders in the EU: enhancing the role of the civil society (RE-SOC)’. more »
 
A new initiative in support of vulnerable groups
The Center for the Study of Democracy started the initiative Civic organizations: a Guarantee for Equal Rights of Vulnerable Groups before the State. It will be implemented in 2014-2016 and aims at creating good conditions for the work of organizations, helping vulnerable groups in their relations with institutions, in view of reducing discrimination, inequalities, poverty and social exclusion of those communities. more »
 
National Report on Legal Aid for Victims of Crime
As a key research effort under its initiative Improving Protection of Victim’s Rights: Access to Legal Aid, supported by the European Commission and carried out in a consortium of universities and organisations from 4 EU Member States, the Center for the Study of Democracy (CSD) launched its national report on the legal framework and practices in providing legal aid to victims. more »
 
Workshop on Imprisonment in Europe
On 7 August 2013 the Center for the Study of Democracy held a workshop on imprisonment in Europe within the framework of the initiative Re-socialisation of offenders in the EU: enhancing the role of the civil society (RE-SOC). more »
 
Round table: Public policy challenges for the development of civil society
On 30 May 2013, the Center for the Study of Democracy held a roundtable on the "Challenges to public policy for the development of civil society". In her opening remarks, Dr. Maria Yordanova, Director of the Law Program of the Center for the Study of Democracy, welcomed the participants and highlighted the importance of the debate and the strategy for registry reform in Bulgaria. more »
 
A New Initiative to Support Victims of Crime
In February 2013, the Center for the Study of Democracy (CSD), in a consortium of universities and organizations from 4 EU Member States, led by Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland, started an initiative, entitled Improving Protection of Victim’s Rights: Access to Legal Aid, supported by the European Commission. more »
 
A New Initiative to Support Re-socialization of Offenders
On 1 February 2013, the Center for the Study of Democracy (CSD) launched an initiative entitled Re-socialization of offenders in the EU: enhancing the role of the civil society (RE-SOC). Led by CSD with the financial support of the European Commission, it will be implemented jointly with Droit au Droit (Belgium), University of Applied Sciences and Arts – Dortmund (Germany), Observatory on the Penal System and Human Rights (Spain) and Law Institute (Lithuania). more »
 
Round Table: Registration Strategy Reform: 10 Years later
On 18 October 2012 the Center for the Study of Democracy organized a round table on the topic “Strategy for Registration Reform: 10 Years Later”. Participants included representatives from the Ministry of Justice and other government agencies, prominent legal professionals, experts in the area of information technology, representatives of non-governmental organizations and the media. more »
 
Seminar: EU Crimes against Environment and Maritime Pollution
On 18 September 2012 the Center for the Study of Democracy organized an international seminar on EU Crimes against Environment and Maritime Pollution. The seminar brought together representatives of the judiciary, academics, attorneys, experts and representatives of the civil society from Italy and Bulgaria. 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 »
 

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