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Strengthening the Capacity of the High School of Justice of Georgia: Adult Training Methodology

5-7 and 12-14 May 2017 Gudauri, Georgia

On 5-7 May and 12-14 May 2017, twenty two trainers of the High School of Justice of Georgia completed the training on Adult Training Methodology. The objective of the training was to build the capacity of the pool of trainers of the High School of Justice to design and delivery judicial training....

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“Modern Challenges of the Legal Profession”: an International Conference in Tbilisi

12-13 May 2017 Tbilisi, Georgia

“Modern Challenges of the Legal Profession”: an International Conference in Tbilisi On 12-13 May 2017 the Georgian Bar Association hosted the Second International Conference on Modern Challenges of the Legal Profession in Tbilisi. The Conference was organised with the support of the Council of...

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Implementation of the 2014-2017 Gender Equality Strategy

2016 annual report and results of the Tallinn Conference on “Are we there yet? Assessing progress, inspiring action” (30 June – 1 July 2016) are available on the gender equality website and the Council of Europe main portal.

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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.

Standard-setting activities

Co-operation projects

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