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The needs assessment of the conciliation in Turkey has started

Ankara 14 September 2021
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The needs assessment of the conciliation in Turkey has started

The first preparatory meeting of the Conciliation Component under the European Union-Council of Europe Joint Project on “Promoting Alternative Dispute Resolution in Turkey” was held online on 9 September 2021 with the participation of the Directorate General for Criminal Affairs (DGCA) of the Ministry of Justice, the Council of Europe project team and national and international consultants.

In the meeting, the team of consultants who will provide support to the Needs Analysis activities within the scope of the Conciliation component of the project were introduced. Moreover, information was given on the scope of the activities, the workplan and the division of labour. The meeting provided the opportunity for the beneficiary institution and consultants to come together and share their expectations regarding the activities to be carried out within the scope of the needs assessment.

The needs analysis activities will provide a comparative analysis of the best practices in Council of Europe member States and current international models, as well as analysis with recommendations for the development of the legal framework for conciliation in Turkey. Within the scope of the activity, an expert review and comparative analysis will be carried out and field assessment meetings, a roundtable meeting and workshop will be held.

Agenda of the meeting (EN/TR)

 

The Joint Project on “Promoting Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in Turkey” is co-funded by the European Union and the Council of Europe and implemented by the Council of Europe. The Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Turkey Directorate General for Criminals Affairs and Directorate General for Legal Affairs are the end beneficiaries of the Project. The Central Finance and Contracts Unit is the contracting authority.