A European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice expert, Marina Naumovska, presented the first draft of the training needs assessment report to the Albanian School of Magistrates on 14 and 15 February.
The report is based on the results of the interviews conducted with beneficiaries, focus group discussions and questionnaires collected from six target groups from the judiciary, prosecution and court administration and focuses specifically on the new training needs of these categories deriving from the recent legislative changes in Albania. The assessment report was presented and discussed with the School of Magistrates professors and respective heads of continuous training for judges, prosecutors and court administration. Moreover, international partners USAID, EURALIUS and OSCE were also present during the discussions.
This activity has been organised in the framework of the action “Strengthening the efficiency and quality of the justice system in Albania”, which is part of the programme "Horizontal Facility for the Western Balkans and Turkey", co-funded by the European Union and the Council of Europe and implemented by the Council of Europe.