Eunomia Project

The EUNOMIA programme started officially in January 2001, funded through an extraordinary financial contribution by the Greek government to the General Directorate of Human Rights of the Council of Europe. The aim of the project is to contribute to the creation and medium-term support for newly founded mediation institutions in the countries of South-eastern Europe. Actions undertaken until focused on the training of Ombudsmen personnel and the setting up of unofficial international networks for the long term support of these institutions.

Since early 2004 the EUNOMIA programme is run under the auspices of the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, to whom the Greek Government entrusts the necessary funds on a yearly basis. The planning unit of the project is housed in the Greek Ombudsman premises and the Steering Board consists of the Greek Ombudsman, the European Ombudsman, and the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights.

The last programme activities took place in 2009.

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