GREEN VOICES: PUBLIC PARTICIPATION FOR CLIMATE ACTIVISTS
Climate change protestors demonstrate in front of the Dutch parliament in The Hague (EPA)

GREEN VOICES: PUBLIC PARTICIPATION FOR CLIMATE ACTIVISTS

- Analysis by European Center for Non-for-profit Law, published on 04 February 2021, accessible here The paper is a follow up to the ECNL-ICNL briefer on measures used to target civil society…

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AUSTRIA: Increased Police Powers to Crackdown on Protests, Attempts to Limit Media Freedom

- ECF update to the CIVICUS Monitor, published on 12 April 2021, available here. Association Ruling elite obstructs anti-corruption investigation An on-going investigation involving the conservative ruling party in Austria…

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IRELAND: Interview with The Wheel – Civic actors were crucial to respond to the crisis 

Towards a partnership approach between the State and the civic sector Read our interview with Ivan Cooper from The Wheel, one of the seven laureates from the Civic Pride Awards…

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Civil society organisations largely sidelined in the preparation of the national recovery plans

- Analysis by Civil Society Europe, published on 12 January 2021, accessible here. Civil Society Europe (CSE) in cooperation with the European Center for Not-for-Profit Law (ECNL) and with funding…

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LATVIA: Government moves towards inclusion of civil society but capacity of CSOs still a challenge

Article written by the European Civic Forum and originally published on Civicus Monitor, 13 February 2020 - accessible here ASSOCIATION In March 2018, the CIVICUS Monitor downgraded the rating of Latvia’s civic…

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