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Meetings reports of the CEPEJ

This part of the website is devoted to CEPEJ meetings (plenary, Bureau, working groups).

Plenary

The CEPEJ usually holds its plenary meetings twice a year in the headquarters of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg.

Meeting reports

   

Bureau

The CEPEJ usually holds its Bureau meetings twice a year in the headquarters of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg.

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Working Group on quality of justice (GT-QUAL)

The Working Group on quality of justice (CEPEJ-GT-QUAL) is instructed to develop means of analyse and evaluation of the work done inside the courts with a view to improving, in the member states, quality of the public service delivered by the justice system, in particular vis--vis the expectations of the justice practitioners and the users, according to criteria of performance and efficiency meeting a large consensus. (cf. terms of reference)

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Working Group on the evaluation of judicial systems (GT-EVAL)

The Working Group on evaluation of judicial systems (CEPEJ-GT-EVAL) should, through its terms of reference, carry out the common tool set up by the CEPEJ which aims at evaluating in an objective manner the functioning of the judicial systems in Europe.

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Steering group of the SATURN Centre for judicial time management

The Groupe de pilotage of the SATURN Centre for judicial time management should, through its terms of reference, collect specific information necessary to the knowledge of judicial timeframes in the member States and detailed enough to enable member states to implement policies aiming to prevent violations of the right to fair trial within a reasonable time protected by Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights.

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Lisbon Network

The Lisbon Network was set up in 1995 as part of the legal co-operation programmes in order to enable the different judicial training bodies in Europe to become better acquainted with each other, exchange information on matters of common interest and to support, by means of this dialogue, the setting up or further development of judicial training facilities in the new democracies of central and eastern Europe. From 2008 to 2010, the activities of the Network have been put aside. Since January 2011, a new impulse has been given to the Lisbon Network and its activities have been integrated to those of the CEPEJ.

Meeting reports

   

Other working Groups

Meeting reports of the Working Group on execution (CEPEJ-GT-EXE) / Implementation of the relevant standards of the Council of Europe regarding execution of court decisions in civil, commercial and administrative matters at national level (2009)

Meeting reports of the Working Group on mediation (CEPEJ-GT-MED)

Meeting reports of the Task Force on timeframes of proceedings (CEPEJ-TF-DEL)

Meeting reports of the Working Party no1 (CEPEJ-GT1)

Meeting reports of the Working Party no2 (CEPEJ-GT2)

Meeting reports of the Working Party 2004 (CEPEJ-GT 2004)