ECNL: Expert Conference on Freedom of Peaceful Assembly in the Western Balkans

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Being cognizant of the fact that is it crucial time for protecting fundamental rights, such as freedom of assembly, on 21st of June, 2016, the European Center for Non-for-Profit Law hosted an expert conference on freedom of peaceful assembly in the Western Balkans “Right to Free Assembly: Making Democracy Work” in Skopje, Macedonia. The event gathered 30 representatives of national and regional civil society organizations, intergovernmental organizations and relevant state institutions from the countries in the region and beyond. ECNL and its partners have recognized the recent significant rise in civic activism and assemblies, and a contested political climate in Macedonia, along with polarizing political issues in other countries of the Western Balkans. More information is available here.
Source: BCSDN

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