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Central Europe – Building Resilience in Civil Society (CEBRICS) / Capacity-building project (2022-2024)

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Váltás magyarra

The Hungarian Helsinki Committee’s project contributes to building the watchdog skills of civil society and social movements to enhance rule-of-law observance, combat corruption, and increase access to justice in Hungary. It is a capacity building program that aims to support and enhance civil society resilience to political intimidation and shrinking spaces in Hungary.

The HHC supports the Hungarian civil society to build the desired capacities and to enhance its resilience through the following activities:

  1. organizing two 1-day in-person training event for CSOs’ representatives, 
  2. creating support resource materials (plain-language legal information leaflets) for CSOs on issues that are crucial for preserving their resilience and which are the most likely to encounter in practice;
  3. communicating effectively to raise awareness about topics relevant to the project (via various innovative communication channels).

The project runs from October 1st, 2022, to June 30, 2024.

This project is funded by the United States Agency for International Development and the German Marshall Fund of the United States.

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