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CoE HANDBOOK “THE ADMINISTRATION AND YOU” IS NOW IN TURKISH

Ankara September 2020
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CoE HANDBOOK “THE ADMINISTRATION AND YOU” IS NOW IN TURKISH

The Council of Europe Handbook “The Administration and You” is a reference book collecting the standards set by the Council of Europe for good administration. It has been translated into Turkish within the scope of the joint Project entitled Increasing the Effectiveness of the Administrative Judiciary and Strengthening the Institutional Capacity of the Council of State and published in September 2020.

The handbook illustrates the principles of administrative law to be applied in the relations between individuals and administrative authorities in accordance with conventions and recommendations of the Council of Europe and relevant caselaw of the European Court of Human Rights.

A promotional video has been recorded and broadcasted with the contributions of the Council of State and the Directorate General of Legal Affairs of the Ministry of Justice presenting the Handbook as a , guiding tool for  individuals applying for public services, public officials, judges, lawyers, ombudspersons and policy makers for the observation and implementation of good administration principles. Moreover, the original promotional CoE Video has also been translated and broadcasted with Turkish subtitles.

This publication is intended to be shared with public services and the administrative judiciary. it will also be used as training resource under the project.

Promotional videos can be accessed via the following links:

https://vimeo.com/491293585

 

The Admin and You can be accessed via the following link:

https://rm.coe.int/the-administration-and-you/16808eb47e

 

The Joint Project on “Improving the Effectiveness of the Administrative Judiciary and Strengthening the Institutional Capacity of the Council of State” is implemented by the Council of Europe, and co-funded by the European Union, the Republic of Turkey and the Council of Europe. The Turkish Ministry of Justice - Directorate General for Legal Affairs is the end beneficiary of the Project.