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The “Open Parliament” on-line platform - an independent digital tool which collects credible data, structured in specific profiles of the deputies, tracking their relations with the public and private sector and their parliamentary activity. The blog is an independent on-line media providing objective information on the work of the authorities, investigating institutional violations and defending the public interest.

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“My Vote” platform is an interactive tool explaining to the voters their rights and obligations, the election procedures – deadlines, responsible institutions, filing of complaints and reports.

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“Zakrila” (which means “Shelter” in English) - an online tool presenting systematic institutional information about the refugees in Bulgaria.

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“For Fair Elections” crowdsourcing tool - a map of the violations in the election process in Bulgaria, based on the Ushahidi platform that was launched for the Presidential and municipal elections in 2011.

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Study of the events that took place in 2015 in Garmen, Orlandovtsi and Kyustendil

This study was conducted by the Institute for Public Environment Development as a part of the project “The League of Roma Observers - Supporting Fair Electoral Process”

The goal of the study is to outline certain aspects of the current state-of-play of Roma integration policies in Bulgaria in view of a radically changed international and domestic political context. In particular, our goal is to present a set of findings, conclusions and recommendations for the improvement of measures undertaken in this area.

Garmen, Orlandovci and Kyustendil are essentially local case-studies that are nevertheless symptomatic in their nature. They share a number of features and lead to a set of general conclusions and recommendations that can apply to both the affected Roma communities and the general policy on Roma integration in Bulgaria.

You can find the complete study here (in English).

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