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Monitoring of accessibility, effectiveness and impartiality of Justice in Ukraine (2014)

Centre for Judicial Studies, 2014
Authors,2014


Report under the monitoring of Judicial Independence in a survey of judges delegates XII extraordinary Congress of Judges of Ukraine on June 19-20, 2014.

 

Centre for Judicial Studies, 2014

 

Monitoring of Judicial Independence in Ukraine - 2012

The Council of Judges of Ukraine and the Centre for Judicial Studies conducted monitoring of judicial independence in Ukraine 2012 in the framework of the Ukrainian-Swiss Project Support of Justice Reform in Ukraine. Its goal was to analyze the current state of independence, impartiality and fairness of administration of justice and to develop relevant recommendations for improvements in the operation of courts, bodies of judicial self-government and other bodies of the judicial power of Ukraine. This monitoring report included:

— Content-analysis of the effective legislation of Ukraine (Law of Ukraine On the Judiciary and Status of Judges and the procedural codes) in terms of their compliance with the international standards of judicial independence;

— Conclusions of expert polling of judges, lawyers, prosecutors, academics, representatives of the legislative and executive power and of NGO activists as to their assessment of the current status of independence of the judicial system and judges;

— Conclusions of the poll of citizens who visited all Ukrainian local and appellate general courts on August 15, 2012 with regard to their assessment of the independence, impartiality and fairness of justice.

Centre for Judicial Studies
Council of Judges of Ukraine

Monitoring of Judicial Independence in Ukraine (2011)

Monitoring of Judicial Independence in Ukraine - 2011

Monitoring included a polling of the Ukrainian judges. Its results are presented to the participants of the conference Independence of Judges in Ukraine for discussion. The questions that the judges were answering rested upon the international standards of judicial independence as set forth in Recommendation (2010) 12 of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe for member states on judges: independence, efficiency and responsibilities and in other international instruments on enhancement of judicial independence.

The experts of the Ukrainian-Swiss Project drafted their preliminary conclusions on the basis of analysis of the judges responses, statements of the representatives of the judiciary in the mass media and professional assessments of the current status of judicial independence as imparted during conferences, seminars and other activities with the participation of judges.


Centre for Judicial Studies
Council of Judges of Ukraine

Monitoring of Judicial Independence in Ukraine (2008)

 

Monitoring of Judicial Independence in Ukraine.2008

- / Edited by Andriy Alyeksyeyev. Centre for Judicial Studies - Kyiv, 2008. - 104 pp.

The content of this publication reflects a monitoring exercise conducted in August September in the framework of Ukrainian-Swiss Project Support of Judicial Reform. Strengthening of Judicial Independence to identify key issues with ensuring the constitutional principle of the independence of judges in Ukraine in 2008.

The publication explains the monitoring methods, the system of assessment of judicial independence in accordance with the internationally accepted standards and the results of the monitoring accompanied by experts conclusions featuring comparisons with similar results for 2007.

A reference to the Centre for Judicial Studies is obligatory for any use of information or other materials in this publication.


Centre for Judicial Studies, 2008

Monitoring of Judicial Independence in Ukraine (2007)

 

Monitoring of Judicial Independence in Ukraine (2007)

- /Edited by Andriy Alyeksyeyev. - Kyiv, 2007. - 96 pp.

Monitoring of judicial independence in Ukraine was conducted in 2007 in the framework of implementation of the Ukrainian-Swiss Project Support of Judicial Reform in Ukraine. Strengthening of Judicial Independence with the purpose of identifying principal issues of compliance with the constitutional principle of the independence of judges in Ukraine. This publication contains the methods of monitoring, the system of judicial independence assessment on the basis of international standards and the results of polling, which are accompanied by experts conclusions.

 

Centre for Judicial Studies, 2007

 


 

 

 

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Today 17 Dec 2017


Released a new joint issue of the Bulletin Council of Judges of Ukraine and the Center for Judicial Studies devoted accessibility monitoring, effectiveness and impartiality of justice in Ukraine.


 
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