The report on “Monitoring Closed Institutions in Latvia” was prepared and published with funding from the European Community European Initiative for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR) Micro projects programme in Latvia. Responsibility for the views expressed is solely LCHRES’s.
Since 2003 the LCHRES serves as a European Information Network on Racism and Xenophobia (RAXEN) National Focal point. RAXEN network is a core activity of the European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia (EUMC), which had been established by the EU 1997 and is based in Vienna, Auistria.
Thursday, 22.04.2004 - Friday, 23.04.2004Hotel de Rome, Riga
20.04.2004 15:00 - 18:00Riga Graduate School of Law, Senate auditorium, Alberta iela 13, Rīga, Latvia.
The project, which aims to contribute to the promotion of the implementation of anti-discrimination in Latvia and to strengthen the anti-discrimination capacity of Latvian NGOs is financed by the Netherlands Finance Ministry (MATRA) and implemented by the LCHRES in partnership with the Netherlands Helsinki Committee (NHC). The project implementation period is from August 2003 till August 2006.