PROJECT

Facilitating Implementation of Reforms in the Judiciary (FAIR)

Project Description

The project is part of EU’s EU4Justice programme. It supports justice system reforms through monitoring, evidence-based advocacy and dialogue with individual judges. The project also increases involvement of community groups in the reform process of the judiciary through awareness-raising and mobilization. The project:
– Monitors implementation of the ‘Third Wave’ of the justice reform as well as the chief strategies and actions plans, including the Judiciary Strategy and Action Plan;
– Promotes communication and dialogue with individual judges and judicial bodies; through discussions about the role of individual judges in the judiciary;
– Promotes range of participatory processes, supports formation of public opinion and mobilizes activist groups.

Specific Objective

1. Preparation of shadow reports that objectively assess results of past reforms and provide recommendations;
2. Expansion of communication channels between individual judges, the justice system and civil society groups
3. Strengthening cross-societal participation by providing an inclusive platform for critical reflection on matters related to the justice system and its relation with a range of public and political matters.

Expected Results

– Shadow reports are prepared that objectively assess the results of passed reforms and puts new directions of the reform on the agenda
– The communication channels are expanded between civil society groups, the justice system, and individual judges
– The awareness of civil society groups is increased and participation in the process of justice reform is strengthened

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