Better Enforcement System Through Twinning (BESTT)

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Georgia: closed

Project description

The CILC peer-to-peer approach was successful in connecting Georgian and Dutch experts to carry out the necessary legislative review, institutional and communication capacity building tasks (so much so that ICE, the contractor responsible for follow-up project for the finalisation of the new Georgian Enforcement Code, appointed the experts of the BESTT project, thereby allowing for continuity of technical assistance between the two projects). The project laid down a solid basis for the further development of the Georgian enforcement system: a more stable and advanced legislative framework (through agreement on the structure of a new Enforcement Code and defining the legal basis for new NBE services), a better prepared body of enforcement agents (through a comprehensive training programme) and an improved approach to public communication for the NBE (through the development and deployment of a public relations strategy and corresponding tools, the appointment of spokespersons and active outreach to Georgian journalists). In addition, the subject of enforcement law was promoted with Georgian universities.


Project team

Eric Vincken

Eric Vincken

Project Manager

Ingrid de Haer-Douma

Ingrid de Haer-Douma

Project Officer

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