Project aim:
Strengthening the managing capacity of courts regarding the promotion of good practices in the administration of the judicial system and raising the satisfaction of the public: Promoting the transparency and independence of the justice, respecting the right of a fair trial and access to information through the unification of the internal administratice procedures at the level of justice courts.

Implementation period:

December 2007 – September 2008.

Project outcomes:

  • 1 panel of 5 experts
  • 3 local monitors
  • 1 legal analysis
  • 1 set of monitoring tools for the administrative practice of courts
  • 1 training session for local monitors
  • 3 monitoring reports : 1 for each court
  • 1 proposal for public policies for improvement of the legislative framework
  • 1 guide regarding the unitary interpretation of the decisions for the internal administrative procedures
  • 2 debates
  • 1 final publication
  • 2000 publications spread
  • 1 press conference

Ti-Ro’s role in the project:

  • An analysis of the administrative capacity of the judicial system to deliver a public justice service that is qualitative, efficient and transparent.
  • Improving the quality of the public justice system through the development of some proposals of unification of the administrative practices.

€ 41 275

PHARE 2005