Shiraka - Administration of justice

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Shiraka (11 countries): ongoing

Start: 01-01-2019

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End: 31-12-2022

Project description


This is the first CILC training targeting civil servants working in the field of administration of justice. The specific objectives of this training are:
• Provide high quality training to a group of 25 civil servants involved in the field of administration of justice in their respective countries;
• Acquaint the participants with good practices in the field of administration of justice;
• Enable the participants to act as change agents in their respective countries; 
• Provide participants with the opportunity to develop a valuable network with other civil servants in the region and in the Netherlands.

The training programme on administration of justice consists of 11 training days in the Netherlands and 5 training days in one of the participating countries. The two modules are related and designed to support learning through follow-up and tailored feedback on participants’ real life practice with administration of justice.
The training will be interactive and geared towards practice and cooperation, while providing participants with insights and new or comparative perspectives on:
• The Dutch judicial system
• Human Rights and the importance of a fair judicial system
• Upholding the ethics and integrity of the judiciary
• Efficient and effective case flow management
• Policy and practice of alternative dispute resolution
• Skills and tools for change management and personal leadership

All theoretical elements will be complemented by practical examples and individual and group assignments, as well as group discussions and debates. Participants will learn about and apply the tools used by Dutch civil servants, and are expected to contribute actively to the training sessions.
Exchange of views and experiences with civil servants of the Netherlands Ministry of Justice and Security will also be part of the training, as well as visits to other key Dutch institutions, such as for example to the Court of Appeal of The Hague.


Project team

Manon Tiessink

Manon Tiessink

Junior Project Manager

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