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PREDIM   Support to the National Institutions in Preventing Discrimination in Montenegro
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Narrative (Work Plan)
01/01/2016 - 31/12/2017
JP Active  
Coordinating DG:
Directorate General of Human Rights and Rule of Law
870 000
Documents/Links:
    Intervention Logic Performance Indicators Sources of Verification Assumptions
    Overall Objectives To contribute to more effective legislative and institutional mechanisms for protection from discrimination in Montenegro


     

     

     
    Project Purpose 1      2016/DG I/JP/3617   Support to the National Institutions in Preventing Discrimination in Montenegro - PREDIM 870 000 
    (25 Activities) Narrative
    Improved social and institutional responsiveness towards promotion, protection and enforcement of human rights and equal opportunities, specifically focusing on implementation of the anti-discrimination policies
    Established efficient and effective multi-sectorial support to victims of discrimination
    Introduced/improved /implemented legal and policy provisions related to anti/discrimination
    Strategic frameworks regarding anti-discrimination, implemented with at least 30% of fulfilled objectives;
    Perceptions on benefits and challenges of diversity within society, changed for at least 25% among general population and at least 50%; among civil servants who underwent trainings
     
    EC Progress Report
    Action Plan for Implementation of the Strategy for Accession of Montenegro to EU, Chapter 23, Judiciary and Fundamental Rights and Freedoms
    Human Rights survey and monitoring data for media reporting CPT/ECRI Report
    Ombudsman Annual Report

    Annual Report of the Parliamentary Committee for Human Rights Government MDG 3, CEDAW and UN UPR Reports
     
    Efficient implementation of the legislation related to anti-discrimination
    Improved horizontal coordination between relevant human rights institutions;
    Enhanced capacities of the Ombudsperson’s Office and the Ministry for Human and Minority Rights to fight discrimination.
    Prison system aligned with European human rights standards
    Improved human rights education opportunities within the judicial system
     
    Expected Result 1.1 Enhanced efficiency of the Ministry of Human and Minority Rights to protect the human rights of marginalised groups (LGBT, Roma, minorities and people with disabilities)
    • At list 50% of recommendations made by In house advisors regarding the coordination between the organisational units of the Ministry – formulated, adopted and implemented; For the remaining adopted recommendations – clear timelines for their implementation are agreed.
    • At least 80% of the Ministry staff improved their knowledge and skills on the European human rights standards
    • Number of organised trainings and study visits/participants

    • Human Rights survey and monitoring data for media reporting
    • Reports by Montenegrin Government to the EU
    • EU Annual Progress Reports
    • Project reports
    • NGO reports
    • Reports of the relevant international organisations
     
    Created positive trend within relevant institutions and stakeholders re implementation of human-rights commitments.
    Implementation of recommendations from Progress Reports and AP 23 commitments re antidiscrimination
    Ministry has demonstrated awareness on the gap between the important mandate and inadequate capacities to respond to it
    Expected Result 1.2 Improved capacity of the Ombudsperson’s Office to process anti-discrimination cases and carry out NPM functions
    • Attitudinal change of the general public and institutional staff with regard to all aspects of discrimination improved for at least 20% within targeted groups;
    • At least 80% of the Ombudsperson’s Office staff improved their knowledge and skills on the NPM and Anti-discrimination standards
    • Number of organised trainings and study visits/participants;
    • 20% increase in processing of discrimination cases,
    • • 30% increase of NPM visits to places of deprivation of liberty;
    • Number of NPM Panel of experts trained and cooperation protocols with NPM staff developed;
    • ICT case-management software in place

    • Human Rights survey and monitoring data for media reporting
    • Ombudsperson’s Office ICT system database
    • Reports by Montenegrin Government to the EU
    • EU Annual Progress Reports
    • Ombudsman report
    • Project reports
    • NGO reports
    • Reports of the relevant international organisations
     
    Excellent cooperation established under the on-going SOCCER project.
    Created positive trend within relevant institutions and stakeholders re implementation of human-rights commitments.
    Implementation of recommendations from Progress Reports and AP 23 commitments re antidiscrimination
    Expected Result 1.3 Improved capacity of the Ministry of Justice to further align the prison system of Montenegro with international human rights standards
    • Analysis with recommendation for standardisation of prison facilities prepared;
    • Unified standard for all units of the prison developed;
    • At least 80% of the Prison system staff improved their knowledge and skills on the functioning of the NPM and related standards;
    • Developed programme for re-socialisation of former inmates

    • Reports by Montenegrin Government to the EU
    • EU Annual Progress Reports
    • Ministry of Justice report
    • Ombudsman report
    • Project reports
    • NGO reports
    • Reports of the relevant international organisations
     
    Created positive trend within relevant institutions and stakeholders re implementation of human-rights commitments.
    Commitment to full implementation of the AP 23 measures related to the prison system, as this project should create necessary grounds and guidelines for further interventions in prison system
    Expected Result 1.4 Strengthened capacities of the Judicial Training Centre to further raise awareness on the human rights/anti-discrimination issues among the judiciary
    • JTC curriculum for human rights/anti-discrimination developed and integrated to JTC educational programme;
    • Number of organised trainings and study visits/participants;
    • Pool of trainers successfully established

    • Reports by Montenegrin Government to the EU
    • EU Annual Progress Reports
    • Ministry of Justice report
    • State Prosecution reports and Judicial Council annual reports
    • Project reports
    • Reports of the relevant international organisations
     
    Willingness of the judicial system to upgrade the educational options for the judges and prosecutors in line with European human rights standards.
    Created positive trend within relevant institutions and stakeholders re implementation of human-rights commitments.
    Implementation of recommendations from Progress Reports and AP 23 commitments re antidiscrimination



     
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