Back Croatian justice stakeholders, Council of Europe and European Union representatives discuss further modernisation of the Croatian judicial system

Zagreb, Croatia 12/10/2022
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Representatives of the Council of Europe, the European Commission and the Croatian Ministry of Justice and Public Administration attended a conference to promote a joint project aimed at modernising the Croatian judicial system.

Since its start in May 2022, the project has been supporting the Croatian authorities in offering more efficient and transparent judicial services to Croatian citizens. The project is ushering in a new wave of IT tools that will optimise the way court decisions are anonymised (pseudonymised) and published in line with national law and EU standards, as well as in compliance with international standards on human rights.

The project aims to increase the transparency and consistency of judicial decisions in Croatia by enhancing their online publication and accessibility, as well as support the digitalisation of the Croatian judiciary by broadening the range of users of the e-communication system in courts across the country.

The project is co-funded by the European Commission’s DG REFORM via the European Union’s Technical Support Instrument.


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