Read about the partners of the Let Law Rule project.

Szuverén - Hungrian-language website featuring political and sociological analyses founded by scientists and civic activists in 2010. Szuverén was the first organization to describe the autocratic transformation in Hungary.

Szuverén's experts have contributed analyses of the rule of law crisis in Hungary to the Let Law Rule project.

Rekonstrukce státu - Czech national anticorruption project co-created by independent NGOs, businesses, experts, citizens, and politicians. Since 2013 Rekonstrukce státu has been working on solutions to build transparent state.

Rekonstrukce státu's experts have contributed analyses of the rule of law crisis in the Czech Republic to the Let Law Rule project.

Centre for Liberal Strategies (CLS) - Bulgarian independent NGO established in 1994. Members of the CLS team are researchers and activists working towards building transparent policies, a civil society, and efficient public institutions.

CSL's experts have contributed analyses of the rule of law crisis in Bulgaria to the Let Law Rule project.

Zeit-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius Foundation - German NGO, whose international activities are centered on Central and Eastern Europe, with a strong emphasis on intercultural dialogue.

The National Endowment for Democracy (NED) is an independent, nonprofit foundation dedicated to the growth and strengthening of democratic institutions around the world. Since its founding in 1983, the Endowment has remained on the leading edge of democratic struggles everywhere, while evolving into a multifaceted institution that is a hub of activity, resources and intellectual exchange for activists, practitioners and scholars of democracy the world over. Each year, NED makes more than 2,000 grants to support the projects of non-governmental groups abroad who are working for democratic goals in more than 100 countries. The Let Law Rule project is one of them.