In Moldova, the Constitutional Court stated that CSOs are allowed to provide paid services to electoral candidates during elections campaigns.
The new nationwide “quarantine regime” will remain in place until January 2021.
The amount allocated to CSOs through the 2% designation mechanism decreased by 17,2% in 2020.
Three draft laws have been introduced in the Ukrainian Parliament which would impose limitations to the work of CSOs.
Several leading human rights organizations are calling for urgent measures in response to the human rights crisis in Belarus.
50+ Belarusian and international CSOs submitted an appeal to the UN Special Rapporteurs about the internet disruptions in Belarus on 9 August 2020.
The new NCO Law simplifies the registration procedure for CSOs and eliminates registration fees.