Council of Europe, in close cooperation with the High School of Justice (HSoJ)
of Georgia, will conduct a comprehensive needs assessment of the HSoJ. For the
purpose of this assessment, gaps in the structure and procedures of the HSoJ,
training needs of the judiciary and communication practices will be analysed.
The results of the assessment and the recommendations prepared by a team of
national and international Council of Europe experts will be used by the HSoJ to
develop a new strategy and action plan for its work, which will allow it to
better address the educational needs of the judiciary.
The needs assessment will be carried out
in Tbilisi between February and April 2014.
This activity is organised in the
framework of the project âDeveloping the Capacity of the High School of Justice
of Georgiaâ, funded by the Ministry for Foreign Trade and Development
Cooperation of the Netherlands.
For more information see: www.coe.int / www.coe.ge