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INPRIS publication - NGOs and the Judiciary

The new publication 'NGOs and the judiciary – watch dog activities, interactions, collaboration, communication' (eds. Łukasz Bojarski i Ewelina Tylec) is now available.

Country workshops in the Balkans – NGOs and the Judiciary

30 May 2016. In the framework of the project ‘NGOs and the Judiciary’ three partner organizations from the Balkans conducted country workshops in order to present the outcomes of the project and to provide a platform for discussion on the local level.

NGOs and the Judiciary – Country Reports

30 May 2016. We are pleased to share with you Country Reports drafted in the framework of the project ‘NGOs and the Judiciary’ ,

Latest news and articles about the Polish Constitutional Tribunal

11 December 2015. INPRIS presents news, articles as well as its actions undertaken with regards to the current situation in Poland.

Legal think tanks and government – INPRIS starts implementation of a new project

10 December 2015. We are pleased to inform that INPRIS, together with partner organizations, has started implementation of the project "Legal think tanks and government - capacity building".

Visit of partner organizations from the area of Western Balkans and Visegrad countries

2 November 2015. Between 28-30 October 2015 INPRIS hosted a group of representatives of partner organizations from Albania (Albanian Helsinki Committee), Macedonia (Coalition of Civil Associations „All for fair trials”), Serbia (Lawyers Committee for Human Rights- YUCOM), Czech Republic (CEELI Institute) and Slovakia (VIA IURIS). The visit is a part of international project “NGOs and the Judiciary – watch dog activities, interactions, collaboration, communication”.

Legal think tanks and government – new project of INPRIS

20 August 2015. We are pleased to announce that INPRIS with partner organizations received funding from the International Visegrad Fund for the project "Legal think tanks and government - capacity building".

Needs analysis visit in Serbia

11 May 2015. Serbia (and our partner organization Lawyers' Committee for Human Rights-YUCOM) was the last country to visit during our needs analysis visit in Western Balkans. The visit is a part of international project “NGOs and the Judiciary – watch dog activities, interactions, collaboration, communication”. It was the first step of preparation for study visit, which will be held in Poland in October.

Needs analysis visit in Albania

6 May 2015. Albania was the second country to visit during needs analysis visit in Western Balkans. We had a chance to discuss various issues with our partner organization – Albanian Helsinki Committee – and to gain better understanding of their needs and country situation.
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