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European Center for Not-for-Profit Law

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Last modified: February 19, 2013, 10:12 PM


The European Center for Not-for-Profit Law (ECNL) is a leading European resource and research center in the field of civil society law based in Budapest. Its mission is to promote an enabling legal and fiscal environment for civil society in Europe and beyond. ECNL has demonstrated deep commitment to empower civil society organizations (CSOs) and ensure their sustainability. ECNL experts have provided support that has directly and positively influenced more than 50 laws affecting CSOs across Central and Eastern Europe and the CIS. ECNL's methodology of work emphasizes participation, transparency and local ownership. Besides working with local partners, ECNL has a long history working with multilateral institutions and the international community, and has successfully undertaken projects for the European Union (EU), the World Bank, USAID, UNDP, UNVolunteers and other donors.
ECNL's vision encompasses pluralistic democracies in the region in which the legal environment enables people and their organizations to exercise their rights and shape their society through voluntary action.

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+36 1 318 69 23
+36 1 266 14 79
Apaczai Csere Janos u. 17., Budapest, Budapest főváros, 1052, Hungary
Date Founded:
19 June 2003


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