Yaremche, Ivano-Frankivsk oblast, Ukraine 17-18 July 2017
Representatives of the State Judicial Administration of Ukraine and its territorial departments...
2nd meeting of the interagency working group for developing solutions to the systemic problem of excessive length of pre-trial and judiciary proceedings in UkraineUkraine 13 July 2017
Representatives of the Council of Europe project “Support to the implementation of the judicial...
Analysis of the Results of Court Users’ Satisfaction Survey of all Courts of all Instances of Armenia06 July 2017
Within the framework of the European Union and Council of Europe Joint Project for “Strengthening...
Bijela, Montenegro 26 and 27 June 2017
The seminar “The Role of Court Presidents in Ensuring an Independent and Accountable Judiciary”,...
Strasbourg 22-23 June 2017
A Hearing of civil society and key stakeholders took place in the Council of Europe Headquarters...
Support to the Kazakh authorities in improving the quality and efficiency of the Kazakh justice system
Visit of High Judicial Council and the Supreme Court of the Republic of Kazakhstan to the Council of Europe headquarters in Strasbourg
On 27-28 June 2017 the delegation of the High Judicial Council and the Supreme Court of the Republic of Kazakhstan visited the Council of Europe headquarters in Strasbourg, France. The working visit was organised in the framework of the European Union and Council of Europe Joint Programme...
At a glance
The European Committee on Legal Co-operation (CDCJ) is the Council of Europe intergovernmental body responsible for the standard-setting activities of the Council of Europe in the field of public and private law.
The competence of CDCJ is defined by the terms of reference that it is given directly by the Committee of Ministers, the statutory decision-making body of the Organisation, depending on the priorities of the Council of Europe and the needs of member States. Its main role is to draw up standards commonly accepted by the 47 member states and to foster legal co-operation among them. It also supports member states, upon request, to implement the standards it drew up and in providing expertise in its fields of competence in the framework of their justice reforms.