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Methodology for Monitoring Policy and Institutional Practice

The present publication outlines a monitoring methodology related to the phenomena of domestic violence and gender-based violence in Bulgaria, which is currently being developed by the Center for the Study of Democracy, in cooperation with practitioner organizations from Bulgaria and Norway. The instrument will be utilized to conduct national monitoring and assessment of the effectiveness, appropriateness, scope, and reach of Bulgarian law, policies, and institutional practices countering these types of violence. The pilot implementation of the methodology is planned for 2021. The results of the piloting and the feedback received from key stakeholders in Bulgaria will be considered when designing the final version of the methodology.

The project “Development of a monitoring methodology and conducting a national monitoring of policy and institutional practice in relation to domestic and gender-based violence in Bulgaria” is implemented with the financial support amounting to 100,000 euro provided by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway under the EEA Financial Mechanism. The main goal of the project is to assess existing policies and institutional practices in the field of domestic violence and gender-based violence, with the objective of their effective development and optimization, as well as to create tools to be used regularly by the relevant stakeholders to achieve political and social development.

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