The Program on Culture of Lawfulness (CulturLeg) carries out research, development and innovation activities towards strengthening and optimizing the relations between public institutions, legal norms and citizens that occur within democratic contexts.
Its activities are focused on four complementary areas:
- Basic and applied research.
- Professional and academic training.
- Institutional and social consultancy.
- Evaluation and public foresight.
Currently, the Program is carrying out the project On Trust-cm (H2019 / HUM-5699) [2020-2022], funded by the Community of Madrid and the European Social Fund, and the National Research Network on the Culture of Legality and the Fight against Corruption  (RED2018-102533-T) [2020-2021] funded by the State Agency for Research.
It is already available in the 23rd Issue of Eunomía. Journal on Culture of Lawfulness, corresponding to the semester of October 2022 - March 2023. See the latest issueN. 23 (October 2022 – March 2023)Eunomía. Revista en Cultura de la Legalidad (Journal on Lawfulness) is a six-monthly int...
Professor Manuel Villoria, member of Program on Culture of Lawfulness and Fight against Corruption, will participate next Monday, October 3, in the Meeting of Experts on the Advancement of the Ibero-American Governance Index.The meeting will take place at the Instituto Nacional de Administración P...
Appointments have become the "normal way" to access procedures and services in the Public Administration. But is it an acceptable practice, and does it really serve the general interest? In this video, Fundación Hay Derecho and Manuel Villoria, members of our Program, question this figure that cou...
It is already available in the 22nd Issue of Eunomía. Journal on Culture of Lawfulness, corresponding to the semester of April 2022 - September 2022. See the latest issueN. 22 (April 2022 – September 2022)Eunomía. Revista en Cultura de la Legalidad (Journal on Lawfulness) is a six-month...
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I. 22 (April 2022 - September 2022)
Eunomia. Journal on Lawfulness is a six-monthly interdisciplinary academic publication with international outreach that is disseminated electronically.
The journal was awarded the FECYT seal of quality, in which is ranked in quartile 2 in Law, and is included in catalogues and databases such as ERIH PLUS, REDIB, ISOC, Latindex, Dialnet, MIAR, Ulrich’s Directory or RESH.
The CULTURLEG program currently has more than 100 researchers participating in its projects. Click to know the IPs and heads of the participating research groups.