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15 years of contributions from the European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ) to the improvement of how judicial systems function in Europe

headline Strasbourg 18 June 2018
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15 years of contributions from the European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ) to the improvement of how judicial systems function in Europe

The CEPEJ plenary meeting from 27 to 29 June will also mark the celebration of its 15th anniversary. For 15 years, the CEPEJ's activities have supported member states in improving the efficiency and quality of their judicial systems, in accordance with Council of Europe principles and standards. The CEPEJ raises awareness of the obligations engendered by the European Convention and the case law of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in the field of justice. Over the past 15 years, CEPEJ has become a reference for public decision-makers and justice professionals, to guide judicial reforms. The CEPEJ encourages states to make judicial systems more accessible to their citizens and contributes to increasing their degree of confidence in the functioning of these systems. The CEPEJ highlights innovative practices implemented in the courts and thus offers a platform for exchange of best practice.

As part of the celebration of its 15th anniversary, the CEPEJ invites you to attend the live webcast on its website of the study session entitled: "Artificial intelligence and judicial systems". To foster discussion in the judicial domain around this topical theme, the CEPEJ created a dedicated file: "Artificial intelligence and data analysis: Defining clear processing purposes compatible with fundamental rights".