Principles of Funding for the Institute of Freedom and Collaboration with Commercial and Public Entities
The statutory activities of the Institute of Freedom (hereinafter: the Institute) are funded both by public and private means.
Public funds allocated for specific tasks are earmarked, and their utilization is reported.
Private funds are contributed to both the statutory activities of the Institute and specific programs.
The Institute accepts donations from individuals and enters into partnership/sponsorship agreements with commercial entities.
Each of our partners receives a detailed report on how the funds provided to the Institute are utilized.
The Institute communicates its partnerships through its website, materials prepared during various events, and visual identification during organized events.
The Institute does not engage in lobbying activities on behalf of any of the entities it collaborates with.
While collaborating with third parties in the preparation of reports and analyses, the Institute reserves full autonomy in content preparation. The Institute may agree with the Project Partner on the thematic scope of the report, but the thesis and detailed content of the report are determined solely by the experts of the Institute and the report’s authors. The Project Partner/sponsor does not influence the substantive content and theses of the publication.
The partner of an event/report/project has the right to participate in discussion meetings and presentations of the report.
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