Celebration of European day of
justice on 25.10.2011
organised by the Ministry of Justice of the Republic
Ministry of Justice invited all municipal
courts to organize “open day” for citizens by organizing group visits, guided tours
(for elementary and high schools) and info desks on
Judicial Academy will organize lectures for
Faculty of law students. Lecturers were be legal
practitioners (judges and state attorneys).
Fourth Session of the Steering Committee of the
Justice sector support project was held on 25
October 2011 in Split. On this event, the Evaluation
report of European judicial systems –Edition 2010 (data
2008) translated into Croatian language has been
Conclusion of the event
On 25 October 2011, the Ministry of Justice supported 37
municipal courts in the Republic of Croatia to
participate in the celebration of European day of civil
justice. On that day courts opened their doors for
citizens. The municipal courts hosted group visits for
primary and high school students, Faculty of Law
students, prepared simulation of procedures and power
point presentations for students.
Majority of courts prepared programme for this event and
informed local media about the celebration of the event.
Each court that participated in marking the European day
of civil justice published the announcement on its web
page about schedule, programme and invitation for
citizens to visit court.
Municipal civil court in Zagreb hosted students from
Faculty of Law in Zagreb, students from Administrative
school and Economy school. Simulation of procedure on
compensation of damage was held. Furthermore, power
point presentations were held on the following themes:
- human rights
- computerization of court and Case Management System (ICMS)
Municipal courts in Koprivnica, Križevci, Varaždin,
Požega, Krapina, Split and many other courts also hosted
students from high school and held press conference and
presentations on functioning of the court.
Informative desks with promotion materials and brochures
for citizens where they could also get answers to any
questions related to the functioning of the court were
placed at other (smaller) courts.
All courts expressed willingness to organize such events
in the future.