The court coaching programme of European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ) organised in the framework of the project “Support to modernisation of court management in Georgia” have started with the experts visit from 23 to 25 May 2023to two pilot courts: the Supreme Court of Georgia and Rustavi City Court.
CEPEJ experts, through in-depth interviews with court managers and staff, conducted a thorough assessment of the specific needs in these two jurisdictions. The purpose of this assessment was to gather valuable insights into the existing challenges faced by these courts and provide recommendations which will be addressed under the court coaching programme.
On this occasion experts presented the methodologies and tools developed by the CEPEJ, familiarising the courts to good practices and experiences seeking to improve court management.
The implementation of the court coaching programme under the CEPEJ project in Georgia represents a crucial step forward in the ongoing efforts to modernise and strengthen the Georgian judicial system. The expertise and guidance of the CEPEJ experts aim to aspire to provide the Supreme Court of Georgia and Rustavi City Court a support tailored to their specific needs.
This activity was organised within the framework of the project “Support to modernisation of court management in Georgia”, funded by the European Union and the Council of Europe and implemented by the Council of Europe in their Partnership for Good Governance III (2023-2027).