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Implemented Projects 2000 - 2007


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Project: Implementation of the Constitutional Court Decisions and reinforcement of the Rule of Law in Albania  

Implementation of the Constitutional Court Decisions and reinforcement of the Rule of Law in Albania: a project implemented in cooperation with Millennium CC, funded by Open Society Foundation (2007-2008). The project aims reinforcement of the Rule of Law and of Constitution, through the promoting of the implementation of the Constitutional Court decisions; increasing of the Constitutional Court authority and establishing of a model between the state relationship raised on the constitutional control principles and balance of powers. By the end of the project it is published the brochure “Enforcement of the Constitutional Court decisions and their important role in the Rule of Law in Albania”.

 
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Project: Public Participation in the legislative process  

Public Participation in the legislative process, funded by the Open Society Foundation for Albania, Soros.

 
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Project: Establish effective mechanisms for dealing with the conflict of interest and public monitoring of national parliamentarians 

The project “Establish effective mechanisms for dealing with the conflict of interest and public monitoring of national parliamentarians”, is a project funded by MSI/USAID.

 
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Project: Enhancing capacities in the field of legislative drafting

“Enhancing capacities in the field of legislative drafting” is a project consisting in the training of lawyers in public administration, funded by Open Society Foundation for Albania.

 
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Project: Extending security co-operation and defense arrangements

The Centre for European Security Studies (CESS) in cooperation with Centre for Parliamentary Studies, is implementing a one-year programme entitled “Extending security co-operation and defense arrangements” to establish an active policy-oriented dialogue on security among individuals from eight countries of South-East Europe. These countries are Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia-Montenegro and Slovenia. The main purpose of this undertaking is to promote collaborative inquiry and networking. It will also generate security-sector reform ideas and security policy prescriptions.

 
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