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Active NGOs
The study was conducted in February 2017
OpenBus 1/2016
The study was conducted in May 2016
OpenBus 1/2015
The study was conducted in April 2015
OpenBus 1/2014
The study was conducted in June 2014
OpenBus 1/2013
The study was conducted in June 2013
BG Longitudinal Inclusive Society Survey
The study was conducted in March 2013
OpenBus 1/2012
The study was conducted in May 2012
Human Resources in Public Healthcare
Data
The study was conducted in September 2012
OpenBus 2/2011
The study was conducted in July 2011
"Equality As a Path To Progress" Survey
The study was conducted in June 2011
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