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Civil Vision – a comprehensive concept of the civil rights reform and its current initiatives. Dr. Csaba Latorcai Deputy Secretary of State. Major issues related to the civil sector in Hungary. Results: Inefficient operation of both the public and civil society

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Civil vision a comprehensive concept of the civil rights reform and its current initiatives

Civil Vision – a comprehensive concept of the civil rights reform and its current initiatives

Dr. Csaba Latorcai

Deputy Secretary of State


Major issues related to the civil sector in hungary

Major issues related to thecivil sector in Hungary

Results:

Inefficient operation of both the public and civil society

High costs – parallel financing

Non-transparent regulatory environment and organizational operations

Lack of reliable data making the sector’s actual performance measurable

Administrative

  • Registration, dissolution, extract

  • Legal supervision

  • High number of non-operating organizations

  • Duplicate information

  • Different conceptual categories, systems in several laws

  • Too many separate rules

  • Fragmented, incoherent records

Management, application

  • Shrinking tax benefits (decline in the scale of offered personal income tax due to tax cuts)

  • Publicity of reporting (accounting)

  • Complicatedapplication mechanisms

  • Time delays

  • Use of inappropriate procedures

  • Uncoordinated funding policy

  • NCF: irregular payments


Desired achievements

Desired achievements

Results:

Transparent regulatory environment and records

Efficiency, release of resources (human and financial)

Strengthening civil society

Realization of a scale, targeted, effective and standardized funding policy

Administrative

  • Simplification of judicial procedures

  • Elimination of non-operating organizations

  • Establishment of an effective information system based on cooperation

  • Clarification of concepts

Management, application

  • Examination of tax benefits

  • Simplification of the reporting (accounting) system, increasing openness

  • Simplification of application procedures (especially NCF)

  • Preparation and employment of skilled labor

  • Revision, coordination and harmonization of Professional Support Systems (PSS)


Tools

Tools

  • Nonprofit law

    • Preparation for a unified codex-like (procedural) law related to NGOs.

    • Development of electronic services for NGOs on the Civil Information Portal(EKOP project – implementation of the winning application in progress)

  • National Civil Fund Program:

    • Revision and adjustment of laws

    • Trainings for the operators of NCF in connection with systems renewed by the legislative

      changes(ÁROP project – implementation of the winning application in progress)

  • Creation of unified civil society of the Carpathian Basin

    • As a network helping the civil society


Organizational transformations in 2010

Organizational transformations in 2010

  • Civil society ad a professional field is a central issue, cannot be the part of any sectoral ministries

  • New ministry: the Ministry of Public Administration and Justice

  • Management structure, state leaders:

    • Dr. Tibor Navracsics – Minister liable for social and civil relations

    • László Szászfalvi – Secretary of State liable for religious, ethnic and civil society relations

    • Dr. Csaba Latorcai – Deputy Secretary of State liable for civil society and ethnic relations

  • Organizational structure:

    • Department of Social and Civic Relations

      • Deparment of Consultation and Social Network Development

      • Department of Civil Authorities and Coordination

      • Department of Civil Support Strategy

  • Issue of volunteering: NEFMI (except: ÖEÉ2011)


Priority tasks for 2011

Priority tasks for 2011:

European Year of Voluntary Activities Promoting Active Citizenship

Rotating EU Presidency – the involvement of NGOs into communication and coordination

Revision of laws


Scheduling

Scheduling

July 23, 2010

August 31, 2010

September, 20104th quarter of 20101st quarter of 2011

2nd quarter of 2011

2011.

July 1, 2011

4th quarter of 2011

1st quarter of 2012

  • publication of the notice related the legal environment ([email protected])

  • deadline of the submitting opinions, comments

  • preparation of the legislative concept by processing proposals

  • NCF: new fund manager organization

  • the law is presented to the Government, forwarded to the Parliament

  • parliamentary debate and adoption, promulgation

  • preparation and installation of the electronic system

  • the law enters into force

  • the launch of renewingf NCF bodies

  • the NCF system evolves with new the new bodies


Thank you for your attention

THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!

[email protected]

www.kim.gov.hu

www.civil.info.hu

www.nca.hu


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