Bulgaria is in 14th place in terms of the number of pending appeals allocated to a judicial panel with 623 appeals and in 17th place in terms of the number of pending appeals allocated per capita. The translation of the publication in Bulgarian language (see the Bulgarian version of our site) was made possible with the financial support of the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2014–2021, Justice programme.
Justice Programme Bulgaria
Project: “Improving the access to justice for people living under the poverty line with a special emphasis on women, children and Roma”
The main aim of the project is to further expand the system for legal aid provision to encompass more citizens with vulnerable background as well as to strengthen the state’s role in reaction to domestic and gender-based violence while exercising its duties to ensure equal and fair access to justice and legal aid to people whose fundamental human rights have been violated.
Project “Enhancing the National Capacity for the Effective Implementation of the Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights”
The main objective of the project is the effective implementation of the European Convention on Human Rights and the case law of the European Court of Human Rights, as well as achieving a culture of human rights protection and creating effective instruments for prevention of future violations.
Implemented in: Sofia city Justice Programme under NFM 2014-2021 Implementation period: 29.01.2020 – 29.01.2024 Lead organisation: General Directorate “Execution of Sentences” Partner: Agder Probation Office Project summary: The expected objectives of the project: Improvement...
The project aims to support Bulgaria’s efforts to adapt (adapt) to the fundamental principles set out in the conventions and recommendations of the Council of Europe and international standards related to places of detention, which guarantee better living and working conditions.