A Training on the Guideline for interpreters in Refugee Status Determination Procedure
A Training on the Guideline for interpreters in Refugee Status Determination Procedure On 20th of October 2016, the CRPK, Pillar I,  Asylum and Migration staff conducted a training for
LOCAL AND CENTRAL LEVEL OF GOVERNANCE NEED TO BE BETTER COORDINATED IN ORDER THAT RE-INTEGRATION PROCESS IS SUCCESSFUL
LOCAL AND CENTRAL LEVEL OF GOVERNANCE NEED TO BE BETTER COORDINATED IN ORDER THAT RE-INTEGRATION PROCESS IS SUCCESSFUL CRP/K today in conference for Medias has published the report “Repatriation process and challenges
WORKSHOPS ON REGISTRATION OF UNREGISTERED CHILDREN THROUGH INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
WORKSHOPS ON REGISTRATION OF UNREGISTERED CHILDREN THROUGH INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES Civil Rights Program/Kosovo (CRP/K) has organized three sessions of workshop on “registration of
WORKSHOP ON THE PROCESS OF REPATRIATION IN KOSOVO
WORKSHOP ON THE PROCESS OF REPATRIATION IN KOSOVO Civil Rights Program/Kosovo (CRP/K) has organized one day workshop with topic “Advantages and
PRESIDENT OF THE ASSEMBLY WELCOMED THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE CITIZENS' LEGISLATIVE INITIATIVE
PRESIDENT OF THE ASSEMBLY WELCOMED THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE CITIZENS' LEGISLATIVE INITIATIVE On April 2, 2014, the President of the Kosovo Assembly, Dr. Jakup Krasniqi, welcomed the
WORKSHOP
WORKSHOP "The return and sustainable reintegration of repatriated persons through Legal Aid and
About Us The Civil Rights Program in Kosovo (CRP/K) was founded by The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) 1999. CRP/K continued with its activities under this framework until 2004 when from 1 December of the respective year it has functioned as an independent non-governmental organization. As from this year, CRP/K conducts its activities as non-governmental human rights based organization and it is an implementing partner of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), in implementation of the projects related to free legal assistance in the territory of Kosovo.
MEMBERSHIP IN WEBLAN
MEMBERSHIP IN WEBLAN AE) communities, insure adherence to UN standards for legal practitioners who provide legal aid services, strengthen the regional ties and promote cross-border cooperation. The following NGO’s (UNHCR
PARTENR OF ECAS
PARTENR OF ECAS CRP/K is a partner of the European Citizen Action Service (ECAS) which is an international non-profit organization, based in Brussels with a pan-European membership and 22 years of experience. It
ALLY OF ECRE
ALLY OF ECRE CRP/K is an ally of the European Council on Refugees and Exiles (ECRE), which is a pan-European alliance of 82 NGOs protecting and advancing the rights of refugees, asylum seekers and displaced
TRIPLE A: ACCESS TO INFORMATION, ADVICE AND ACTIVE HELP REPORT
TRIPLE A: ACCESS TO INFORMATION, ADVICE AND ACTIVE HELP REPORT The project Triple A for citizens - access to information, advice and active help - is a project implemented in the framework of the European Commission’s Partnership programme for Civil Society organisations. The Triple A project aims to encourage non-governmental organisations to provide information, advice and active help to citizens on their rights in the Western Balkans and Turkey. It also seeks to promote the role of civil society in giving citizens a voice and holding governments to account. By aggregating the complaints and evidence they receive, citizens’ information and legal advice services should be able to influence government policy on key reforms and their implementation. The immediate objective is to spread the citizens’ advice concept to Western Balkans and Turkey.