EUROPEAN CENTER FOR NOT-FOR-PROFIT LAW KHT.
Public Benefit Report
The Quotaholders' Meeting approved the Accounting Report of the Company on May 31, 2005. The Accounting Report was signed by the Managing Director and certified by the auditor. The Accounting Report (Simplified Annual Report Balance Sheet and Activity Statement) can be found in the next pages of the present Annual Report.
The Company did not receive any support from the Hungarian Government central budget in 2004.
The assets of the Company were used for the purposes described in this Annual Report. The financial breakdown of how these were used is laid out in the Accounting Report.
The Company did not provide any financial support to private or legal persons during 2004.
The Company did not receive financial or other support in 2004 from the Hungarian Government central budget, central fund, local government, association of local governments, social security self government or any of their agencies thereof.
The Company did not pay a salary to the Quotaholders, the Supervisory Board Members or the Managing Director during 2004. Members of the Supervisory Board did receive reimbursement for travel and accommodation expenses connected with their Board meeting attendance.
The narrative activity report of the public benefit activities of the Company is as follows. The Company conducted research and prepared analysis on law and policy affecting NGO/government partnership to support the development of a framework for cooperation in Latvia. The Company conducted research and analysis on the legal framework for social services in Hungary for a project in Bulgaria. The Company conducted a training on civil society law for UNDP staff in Bratislava. The Company assisted with the implementation of NGO law reform projects in Bosnia, Croatia, Macedonia and Serbia. The Company prepared a comprehensive analysis of NGO law reform needs in Hungary. The Company conducted an assessment of the NGO legal framework in Montenegro. The Company provided technical assistance in Macedonia on legal mechanisms of percentage philanthropy. The Company helped teach the Nonprofit Law Clinical Course and hosted research interns at its office.
The Quotaholders' Meeting approved this Public Benefit Report and its publication in the Annual Report on May 31, 2005.