The Council of Europe implements many co-operation projects with member and neighbourhood states to support their justice sector reform. The European Committee on Legal Co-operation (CDCJ), which is also responsible for facilitating co-operation between member states in the areas of its competence, contributes with its members and thanks to their expertise to the success of these projects, in particular on the application of standards developed by the CDCJ.

Below are most recent achievements by the Legal Co-operation Department in relation to justice sector reforms and legal co-operation in the Council of Europe member states:

Armenia


Georgia


Republic of Moldova


Russian Federation


Ukraine


Eastern Partnership countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Ukraine