Ghent University was founded in 1817 and has 11 faculties that offer more than 200 courses and conduct in-depth research within a wide range of scientific domains. Several of their research groups, centres, and institutes are renowned worldwide.
Ghent University (UGent) and the Institute for International Research on Criminal Policy have a long track record on justice and home affairs in the EU as well as in international and comparative criminal law and criminal justice.
Founded in late 1989, the Center for the Study of Democracy (CSD) is a European public policy institute dedicated to the values of democracy and the market economy. CSD is a non-partisan, independent organisation fostering the reform process in Europe through its impact on policy and civil society.
CSD objectives are: to provide an enhanced institutional and policy capacity for a successful European integration process, especially in the area of justice and home affairs; to promote institutional reform and the practical implementation of democratic values in legal and economic practice; and to monitor public attitudes while serving as a watchdog of the institutional reform process.
Born as a think-tank, CSD has evolved into policy development through dialogue and partnership. CSD provides cutting-edge solutions to transition problems bringing together academia and social practice.
CSD has pioneered in several research and policy areas traditionally perceived as inviolable public property, such as anti-corruption institutional reform, and national security.
Center for the Study of Democracy
5 Alexander Zhendov Street
1113 Sofia, Bulgaria
Tel: (+359 2) 971 3000
The Centre for Crime Prevention and Safety (CCV) is an independent foundation that helps to identify and solve safety problems. CCV’s aim is to make safety policy more effective and easier to implement. To that end, they offer information, know-how, instruments, and tailored advice directed at safety at home, safe working, and safe living.
CCV stimulates cooperation between public and private organisations, draws attention to social trends and developments. CCVs collect, develops, and share expertise with policy makers and professionals from local practice.
Centre for Crime Prevention and Safety / CCV
(or STICHTING CENTRUM VOOR CRIMINALITEITSPREVENTIE EN VEILIGHEID)
Churchilllaan 11, 18e etage
3508 SC Utrecht Netherlands
Tel: (+30 0) 6 1205 6691
European Network on Administrative Approach (ENAA)