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Improving the efficiency of courts and the quality of judicial services in Azerbaijan

Between June 2015-March 2017 the Council of Europe and authorities of Azerbaijan worked together to improve the efficiency of courts and the quality of judicial services, as well as lawyers’ self-governance. This two-year project "Support to increased efficiency of courts, improved training of judges and judicial self-governance in Azerbaijan", was organised under the European Union and the Council of Europe Partnership for Good Governance. The participants and beneficiares of the project were interviewed to discover the impact it has had, and will continue to have, on their work.

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Improving the efficiency of courts and the quality of judicial services in the Republic of Moldova

Between June 2015-March 2017 the Council of Europe and authorities of the Republic of Moldova worked together to improve the efficiency of courts and the quality of judicial services, as well as lawyers’ self-governance. This two-year project "Strengthening the efficiency of justice and support to lawyer’s profession in the Republic of Moldova", was organised under the European Union and the Council of Europe Partnership for Good Governance. The participants and beneficiares of the project were interviewed to discover the impact it has had, and will continue to have on their work.

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Impact on Lawyers’ Association

The "Support to the Moldovan Bar Association" component of the Project on strengthening the efficiency of justice and support to lawyers’ profession in the Republic of Moldova worked towards strengthened lawyers’ self-governance.

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Strengthening the Application of the European Convention of Human Rights in Georgia

Since 2015, the project focused on harmonising national judicial practices to European standards and strengthening the analytical capacities and application of European Court of Human Rights case law by the courts. To achieve some tangible results, a combination of approaches and methods were used through targeted workshops and training seminars for the legal professionals (judges, prosecutors, lawyers, court clerks), peer to peer trainings, training of trainers and exchanges of experiences, organisation of study visits and provision of Council of Europe expertise. The beneficiaries of the project were interviewed to discover the impact it has had, and will continue to have, on their work.

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