Project ROAR: Cybercrime Victims Empowerment

Between 1% and 15% of Europeans fall victim to a type of cybercrime yearly, which means that between 5 and 76 million people are affected by online fraud, identity theft, cyberbullying or online sexual exploitation[1]. The majority of these attacks go unnoticed and are not reported. Successfully preventing and fighting cybercrime involves an accurate understanding […] Read more

VOCIARE Report: The Implementation of The Victims’ Directive in Romania

We are pleased to announce the successful completion of the European project Vociare: Victims of Crime Implementation Analysis of Rights in Europe, coordinated by Victim Support Europe (VSE) and The Portuguese Association for Victim Support (APAV), in which ACTEDO was a partner, together with 20 other organisation across Europe. The goal of the project, which […] Read more

ACTEDO’s submission for the UN Universal Periodic Review (UPR)

In January 2018, in Geneva, Romania will be under the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) which will assess its compliance with international human rights standards and the latest developments in the area of human rights. The basis of the Review is the UN Charter, International Treaties, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and government commitments in […] Read more

Infographic The Pro Bono Network for Human Rights – 2016

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ACTEDO wins the European Award for Local Pro Bono Impact!

November 17, 2016, Amsterdam. In a ceremony at the 10th annual European Pro Bono Forum, ACTEDO receives the European Award for Local Pro Bono Impact in recognition of its outstanding contribution to promoting pro bono lawyering and access to justice in Romania. The award, set up by PILnet (The Global Network for Public Interest Law), one of […] Read more

The Pro Bono Network for Human Rights has been nominated for the European Award for Local Pro Bono Impact 2016

We are delighted to announce that The Pro Bono Network for Human Rights has been nominated for the European Award for Local Pro Bono Impact 2016! The prize is awarded by PILnet – The Global Network for Public Interest Law, a non-governmental organisation with global coverage, which promotes access to justice, the development of civil […] Read more

Popescu, Mirauta, Bucur Law Firm joins The Pro Bono Network for Human Rights!

 We have the pleasure to announce that a new law firm, Popescu Mirăuță, Bucur, from Constanta has joined the Pro Bono Network for Human Rights! We warmly welcome them and wish them success in both their activities and endeavours to defend human rights in Romania! The Pro Bono Network from Human Rights now collaborates with […] Read more

Study Visit in Norway: Legal Aid for Refugees and Immigrants

Between 20-25 April, ACTEDO went to Norway on a study visit to learn more about how Norwegian NGOs and institutions provide legal aid and otherwise assist refugees and immigrants, a particularly relevant topic in the context of the current refugee crisis in Europe. The study visit was funded with the help of EEA Grants through the Fund for Bilateral Relations, […] Read more

The Pro Bono Network for Human Rights Wins 3rd Prize at the Civil Society Gala!

Monday, June 6th 2016, after a tight competition between many initiatives of nongovernmental organisations from all over the country, The Pro Bono Network for Human Rights was awarded 3rd prize at the Civil Society Gala, at the section Protection of Individual/ Collective Human Rights. The prize is a public recognition of The Pro Bono Network’s […] Read more

14 Letters sent to Romanian Public Authorities on Access to Justice

Following the launch of the 2015 activity report of The Pro Bono Network for Human Rights, ACTEDO sent 14 letters to relevant public authorities in the field of access to justice and development, such as: The Romanian Government, The Ministry of Justice, The Ministry of European Funds, The National Association of Romanian Bars, The High Court of […] Read more

The Access to Education of Children with Disabilities

A.S. is the mother of a child with multiple disabilities, Cătălin, living in Cluj county. Every day, A.S. together with her boy, wake up at 5.45 AM, in order to get to school, in the city of Cluj-Napoca. The two get back home, at 9 pm in the evening, very tired, after having changed several […] Read more

Legal Clinic – An Instrument for Defending Human Rights

December 11, 2015, Law Faculty, Babeș-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca. ACTEDO organized a debate on the role of legal clinics in the professional development of law students across the country. Renowned speakers discussed how students can support public interest and why it is crucial for them to assume an active role in social justice.    (Picture taken from Associate […] Read more

The First 10 Months of The Pro Bono Network for Human Rights

We have been active for 10 months now, which is just enough to give us something to talk about. Here are some results of our work together with our Pro Bono Lawyers work in the past 10 months, as well as some testimonies of those involved in this project: beneficiaries of pro bono legal assistance, […] Read more

Training – “Pro Bono for Human Rights”

In Cluj-Napoca, ACTEDO dedicated the month of November to human rights and anti-discrimination. Two training sessions, with identical content and format, Pro Bono for Human Rights, were organized on November 14th-15th and 28th-29th at Ramada Hotel in Cluj. The two sessions were aimed at strengthening lawyer’s abilities to tackle human rights violations and discrimination cases. All in […] Read more