The CEPEJ has released the results of the second cycle of the “Dashboard for the Eastern Partnership/EaP”, containing 2021 data for Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine. A comparative first part allows for the identification of regional trends concerning 12 indicators related to the efficiency and quality of judicial systems. The comparative section also includes an overview of judicial reforms.
"Beneficiary Profiles" complement this report by presenting in-depth analyses of each national judicial system through infographics, tables, and graphs, comparing data with previous cycles and regional medians. Each profile also includes a specific analysis of certain indicators related to the independence and accountability of the judicial system, along with a two-page summary.
A third part of the Report on “Key findings and Analysis” presents comparative data for all beneficiaries on the following themes selected by the European Commission: Efficiency, Quality, Mandate of judges and prosecutors, and Accountability. It combines quantitative and qualitative data under each theme, accompanied by reader-friendly graphs and tables.
In parallel, the third cycle of data collection and analysis was launched in November on the basis of 2023 data for the report to be delivered in 2024 within the Justice Dashboard EaP.
The Joint Programme "Support for a better evaluation of the result of judicial reform efforts in the Eastern Partnership” ("Justice Dashboard EaP") is co-funded by the European Union and the Council of Europe and implemented by the latter.
à Data collection results 2021 link: Support for a better evaluation of the results of judicial reform efforts in the Eastern Partnership” ("Justice Dashboard EaP")