ROMANIA

 

The Center for Not-for-profit Law (CLNR) is a non-governmental organisation based in Bucharest, Romania, founded in 2013, which specialises in providing research, advocacy and other related services to civil society organisations and citizens. CLNR works, among others, to support the social inclusion of vulnerable persons and the sustainability of non-profit activities by stimulating social entrepreneurship among non-governmental organizations and people form disadvantaged socio-economic groups. The organisation also promotes civic participation and the inclusion of vulnerable groups through formal and non-formal education. Moreover, CLNR and its team members have a strong experience in researching the legal framework for social economy and advocating for its improvement.

Main objectives:

  • Strengthening the capacity of non-governmental organizations in Romania to identify and represent citizens’ interests in respect to public authorities.
  • Encouraging the social inclusion of vulnerable persons and the sustainability of non-profit activities by stimulating social entrepreneurship among non-governmental organizations and people form disadvantaged socio-economic groups.
  • Increasing the level of NGOs’ and citizens’ civic engagement and participation in the processes of policy formulation and advancement.
  • Promoting civic participation and the inclusion of vulnerable groups through formal and non-formal education.

Center for Not-for-profit Law
18 avenue Parmentier
Budila Street no. 12, 024095, Bucharest, Romania
Tel: +4-031.0802.340
Website: https://www.clnr.ro/about-us/
President: Octavian Rusu
E-mail: office@clnr.ro
Type of organisation or institution: non-governmental organisation (association)