The Centre for European Constitutional Law – Themistocles and Dimitris Tsatsos Foundation (CECL) is one from most active Greek (non profit) research institutes.
The Centre aspires to contribute to the promotion of democratic institutions and the welfare state under the rule of law, the deepening of European integration and the strengthening of international cooperation with respect for the cultural identity of each state.
Specifically, we perform theoretical and applied scientific research in Greek, European and comparative public law, institutions and public policies, provide institution and capacity building to developing countries and the new member-states of the European Union and promote public awareness on legal developments in the European area.
The Centre was founded in 1995 and has hitherto implemented research and institution building projects in more than 25 countries. In doing so, we maintain a wide network of collaborating institutions and experts all over the world.
Other: Not-for-profit research foundation
- basic research
- administrative support
Criminal Law - General
Criminal Procedure - General
European Constitutional Law - General
Human Rights - General
English - Fluent
Office language is Greek, working language Greek and English.