Gong is a non-partisan citizens' association founded in 1997 to encourage citizens to participate more actively in political processes.
AI Act adopted: can the first law of this nature ensure the rights of EU citizens?
29. May 2024.
The Council is taking a major step towards fostering trust in new technologies, as well as ensuring their transparency and accountability to European citizens.
The Commission as a political advertisement: Von der Leyen and HDZ showed that the Commission's new rules do not make sense
16. May 2024.
While von der Leyen is not allowed to emphasize her current position in the campaign, the same is not true for HDZ which has nothing to prevent it from using the leading person of the European Commission for its campaign, thereby putting other parties in an unfair position. Gong has alerted the Commission and the European Ombudsman to this issue.
EU Elections Panel: Center-Right Parties Do Not Care About Democracy if They Bring the Radical Right to Power
15. May 2024.
We discussed the state of democracy in Europe and the democratization of the European Union after the 2024 elections with candidates for the European Parliament
The importance of civic education: What lessons can we learn from Finland, Austria, and Romania?
30. April 2024.
In countries where there is a lack of legal framework related to the formal implementation of Civic Education into the school system, a significant role is played by non-formal education. In Croatia, this responsibility is largely carried out by civil society organisations, as a new Gong research on non-formal civic education programs is showing.
Here's how EU citizens can vote in European elections in Croatia
30. April 2024.
Citizens of EU member states living in Croatia need to register by May 9 to be able to vote for Croatian representatives
AI Act adopted: can the first law of this nature ensure the rights of EU citizens?
The Commission as a political advertisement: Von der Leyen and HDZ showed that the Commission's new rules do not make sense
EU Elections Panel: Center-Right Parties Do Not Care About Democracy if They Bring the Radical Right to Power
The importance of civic education: What lessons can we learn from Finland, Austria, and Romania?
Here's how EU citizens can vote in European elections in Croatia

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The importance of civic education: What lessons can we learn from Finland, Austria, and Romania?
In countries where there is a lack of legal framework related to the formal implementation of Civic Education into the school system, a significant role is played by non-formal education. In Croatia, this responsibility is largely carried out by civil society organisations, as a new Gong research on non-formal civic education programs is showing.
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