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06 April 2020

Activity Details (ID# 33141)  

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Title Participation to presentation of the Justice sector assessment report by the EU Delegation in Moldova 
Description Participation to presentation of the Justice sector assessment report by the EU Delegation in Moldova on 7 July 2011 
Status Completed 
Date 07/07/2011 
Location Chisinau, Republic of Moldova
Countries CoE Members: Republic of Moldova
  Joint Programme Activity - MLD-DemSupport
Joint Programme EC/CoE
JP MLD-DemSupport - Democracy Support Programme    (Logframe)  (Activities)
Project Purpose 1 - 2010/DGHL/JP/2444   Legislative assessment
Expected Result 1.1 - Preparing assessment reports for priority sectors and legislative expertises by CoE of significant legislative initiatives.
Council of Europe Programme of Activities
I – Rule of Law
Line of Action ⇒ II.1 – Ensuring Justice
Programme ☆ II.1.1  Independence and efficiency of Justice

Working Method

Organisation of meetings - Conference 
Directorate Human Rights and Legal Affairs 
CoE Contact ,   email
Partners Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Moldova - National Institution
EU Delegation in Moldova - International Governmental Organisation
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1 http://coe.md/  
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Activity Synopsis (ID# 33141) (Hide Synopsis)

Objective(s) To bring to the event organised by CoE's partners the perspectives from Romania and Georgia of the process of development and implementation of the strategies on justice reform. 
Output/Results The event was organised by the European Union Delegation to Moldova in cooperation with the Ministry of Justice and National Institute of Justice and was dedicated to presentation of the Justice Sector Assessment Report, delivered by 3 independent European experts earlier in April as well as to make an outline of the Strategy of the Justice Sector Reform 2011 – 2016.

The presentations have been followed by discussions on the most important aspects of the report, notably such areas of major concern like insufficiency of the internal and interdepartmental dialogue, inefficiency of courts and criminal investigation bodies, corruption and impunity and measures to overcome them.
The purpose of the Strategy is the creation of an accessible, efficient, independent, transparent and responsible to the society justice system which would ensure the rule of law and respect for human rights.

Based on the Strategy an Action Plan for its implementation shall be developed in order to ensure for every pillar a concrete range of strategic directions and specific areas of intervention.
Conclusions/Follow Up The Romanian and Georgian experts invited by the CoEJP for the participation at the Conference shall also deliver expert opinions to assess the compliance of the draft Strategy with the Council of Europe standards and good practices related to justice administration and guaranteeing the rule of law.

The report will include recommendations and proposals for possible improvement of the draft Strategy which will be discussed with the national counterparts within a subsequent meeting. 
Participants The leadership of the MoJ, European experts, representatives of the Council of Europe Office and of the European Union Delegation in Moldova, as well as representatives of various judicial bodies, law enforcement agencies, civil society organisations, development partners and academia participated in public consultations on the SJSR. 
Consultants/Experts Mr Cristi Danilet (Romania)
Ms Tamar Tomashvili (Georgia) 
CoE Secretariat Leonid Antohi 
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