CRP/K – CONFERENCE 13.09.2013
CRP/K – CONFERENCE 13.09.2013
The Civil Rights Program in Kosovo (CRP/K) staff organized a conference regarding the Triple A Project on 13th of September 2013. Triple A is a regional project implemented by the leading organisation European Citizen Action Service (ECAS) - Belgium; National Foundation for Civil Society Development (NFCSD) - Croatia; Association for Democratic Initiatives (ADI) - Bosnia and Herzegovina; Civil Rights Program in Kosovo (CRP/K) - Kosovo; Lawyers’ Committee for Human Rights (YUCOM) - Serbia; Association of Civil Society Development Centre (STGM) - Turkey; Law Centres Network (LCN) - UK; National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux (NACAB) - Romania and National Association of Citizens Information Services (NACIS) - Ireland.
The Project’s objectives are facilitation of Access to information, Advice and Active help to citizens. After a six month survey which included the leading providers of these services (i.e. Ombudsman, the Legal Aid Agency, Human Rights Units within the ministries and municipalities, as well as NGO organizations), CRP/K compiled a report concerning the said objectives. This report was promoted during the conference.
The conference itself aimed to inform the participants on the findings of the survey results and map the key challenges of Access to information, Advice and Active help.
The conference was attended by the Kosovo’s President of the Assembly Mr. Jakup Krasniqi and Ministry of Justice.
The participants of CRP/K conference were also representative from our partners in European Citizen Action Service (ECAS) - Mr. Anthony Valcke, a representative from our partner in National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux (NACAB) - Ms. Ana-Maria Suciu, representatives from CRP/K partners within the WeBLAN network and representatives from institutions, as Free Legal Aid Agency, Prime Ministers Legal Department Office, UNHCR and other NGO’s.