Strengthening the Court Management System in Turkey (JP COMASYT)
This project, which started for a period of two years on 19 May 2011, has as objective:
to improve the functioning and efficiency of the judiciary according to European standards;
to reform the court management system and establish a professional, effective and efficient court management system through dissemination of pilot court management practices and the creation of the functions of court manager and judicial assistant.
The new court management system will be progressively explored in approximatively 20 pilot courts in view of their implementation in the whole country. The level of expected skills of the auxiliary personnel in the pilot courts and in particular of court managers and judicial assistants will be raised. The Inspection Board will support the implementation of the new court management system.
- Website of the Ministry of Justice of Turkey devoted to the CEPEJ
- Country profile: Turkey (CEPEJ website)
- Team entrusted with the implementation of the reform at the Turkish Ministry of Justice
- Council of Europe : cepej [at] coe.int
- Project office of the Council of Europe in Turkey : Turan Emeksiz Sokak, Park Bloklari, B Blok, No. 4, Gaziosmanpasa, 06700 Ankara
Final COMASYT conference to be held in Ankara 21-22 October 2013
The Council of Europe/European Union Joint Programme on Strengthening the Court Management System in Turkey (JP COMASYT) will conclude with a conference in Ankara from 21 to 22 October 2013 where the results achieved will be reviewed. JP COMASYT introduced and tested new models for increasing the...
TV reports in Turkey on the implementation of the guidelines of the CEPEJ SATURN group on judicial time management
Many Turkish television channels have published reports on the application of the guidelines of the CEPEJ SATURN group on judicial time management in the pilot courts of AmAsya, Erzurum and Ankara in the framework of the programme (JP COMASYT) funded by the European Union and implemented by the...
Translation into Turkish of the Study on Council of Europe Member States on Appeal and Supreme Courts' Lengths of Proceedings
Study on Council of Europe Member States on Appeal and Supreme Courts' Lengths of Proceedings