12 March 2018 Building Up Rule of Law
Identifying What Works in Probation Capacity Building
Applications Now Open for two Matra RoLT Trainings: “Public Finance Management” and “Decentralization and Citizen Participation”
16 February 2018The NHC is now accepting applications for two Matra Rule of Law Training Programmes: "Public Finance Management" and "Decentralization and Citizen Participation".
Reflecting on the First Year of the Matra RoLT Programme
01 February 2018Now that the first year has been concluded and new trainings are forthcoming in March, the NHC takes the opportunity to reflect on the past year.
Publication of the Handbook on Probation Service in Montenegro
16 January 2018The NHC is proud to announce the publication of the ‘Handbook on Probation Service in Montenegro'.
NHC Welcomes Piet de Klerk as its New Chairman of the Supervisory Board
16 January 2018The NHC is pleased to announce that Mr. Piet de Klerk is the new Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the NHC. Mr. de Klerk officially took over the position from Mr. Ian de Jong on the first of January, 2018.
Applications Now Open for “Human Rights & Minorities” Matra RoLT Training in the Netherlands
18 December 2017The NHC is now accepting applications for the Matra Rule of Law Training Programme “Human Rights & Minorities”, to be held 11 – 20 April 2018.
Application Procedure Extended for Matra Rule of Law Training Programme Human Rights and Minorities
03 July 2017The NHC is now accepting applications for the Matra Rule of Law Training Programme Human Rights and Minorities. The training, which will take place 13 – 22 September 2017, in The Hague, the Netherlands
On “Integrity of Civil Servants”: NHC interviews Vlado Planinčić and Irina Aghapishvili
27 June 2017Integrity of Civil Servants was the topic of the first training of the new Matra Rule of Law Training Programme. Vlado Planinčić and Irina Aghapishvili are two of the participants of this training. Learn more about their experiences.
Closure of the Project on Improving the Conditions in Juvenile Prisons
31 May 2017On May 8, 9 and 10, 2017 civil society organisations (CSO) from Macedonia, Kosovo, and Albania which specialise in the monitoring of human rights and conditions in juvenile prisons convened to discuss their work and plans for future cooperation.