Publications

The votes, the referendum and the difference in the Zeros

This analysis aims to focus our attention on two issues - both directly related to the election process in Bulgaria.

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„PRINS Project: Background and challenges“ for the next newsletter of ENoP

The Institute for Social Integration was once again part of the development of the 14th newsletter of the quarterly bulletin of the European Network of Political Foundations (ENoP).

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Monitoring „For democratic, transperanent and fair elections”

The report is a product of six month hard work of ISI team for monitoring of pre-election and election process for Elections in 2011.

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Monitoring for democratic, transperant and fair elections in Bulgaria

Institute for Social Integration (ISI) took part with a new analytical feature in the new ENoP Quarterly. This time the autor of the article is the Chair of ISI Mrs. Katya Koleva.

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Monitoring „For democratic, free and honest elections” (summary)

To assist with the realization of democratic, free and honest elections for president and local government in the fall of 2011.

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The Campaign and the Winners

And the "campaign" in Kiten continues. At the final stage there are the candidates of "Fist and Revenge", "Freedom" and of "Coalition of the rose". And there is no wonder where the senseless coalitions come from and what leads to falsified results and sol

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Academy for social policy: responsibility in politics, stability in time

During 2003 the Institute for Social Integration (ISI) started its pilot project “For professionalism in politics and encouragement of the civil participation”. The design concept is directly related to the mission and one of its major objectives - develo

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Impartial media - a fundamental value of the European Union

Promotion of democracy is one of the major priorities in the activities of the Bulgarian non-government organization “Institute for Social Integration” (ISI). All the breaches of human rights and the disturbing tendencies according freedom of speech in th

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