Training on the lawmaking process


The Security Observatory was qualified to participate in a training project on the lawmaking process and implemented by the Government Legislation Centre under the Operational Programme Knowledge Education Development 2012-2020 (OP WER).

By participating in the project, we will acquire knowledge and skills useful in the lawmaking process both at the stage of public consultations and participation in the work of parliamentary and senatorial committees, but also when submitting civic projects and petitions. As part of the project, we will participate in three trainings lasting two days each, divided into the following thematic issues:

the governmental legislative process, including rules for participation in public consultations;
the parliamentary legislative process and the principles of lobbying;
legislative workshops including principles of legislative technique and good legislative practice.

The training is provided by experienced legislators working on a daily basis at the Government Legislative Centre.

You can read more about the project here.

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