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International Foundation "Centre for Judicial Studies" is a charitable non-governmental organization founded by Ukrainian and Swiss judges in 2001

Main aim of the activity:
  • Promotion of the judicial reform in Ukraine;
  • Holding of the judicial professional training;
  • Formation of new value orientations that concern the rule of law and the belonging of judges to the independent branch of power;
  • Promotion of the dissemination of the legal knowledge among the population to achieve the principle of the comprehensive legal informing of the population and the forming of the high legal culture of the citizens of Ukraine
  • Organization exchange programs between Ukrainian judges and judges from the countries of the highly developed democracy on educational purposes
  • Promotion of the scientific researches in the field of law

     

    CJS's Accomplishments (booklet, pdf, 1,94 ╠┴)

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    Ukraine, 01030, Kyiv, Bohdana Khmelnytskogo St., 23-A,

    Phone: (380-44) 235-67-77, phone/fax 234-35-86

    E-mail: judges@i.com.ua; http://www.judges.org.ua

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    Anons of the events

    April, 9
    Workshop
    "Discussing conditions for piloting probation"

    April, 11
    Workshop "Communication strategy of the Center of Probation"


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    The content of this publication reflects a monitoring exercise conducted in August ľ September in the framework of Ukrainian-Swiss Project ôSupport of Judicial Reform. Strengthening of Judicial Independenceö 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 expertsĺ 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.

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    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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    E-mail: info@judges.org.ua
    Financial support: Swiss Confederation