Legal Policy Research Center

The Legal Policy Research Center (LPRC) is an independent think tank established in 2008 and based in the Republic of Kazakhstan. The LPRC conducts policy research, proposes alternative policy solutions, and provides resources and support to policy makers and researchers. Specifically, LPRC evaluates programs and pilot projects to inform policy debates and influence policy, promotes open, informed and inclusive dialogue in decision making, identifies and creates effective instruments of interaction with political and business elites aimed at promotion of the rule of law and liberal values, promotes a holistic approach to the implementation of policy, and supports strengthening the role of the expert community in informing policy debates and influencing legal policy.

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