The European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ) organised a training on collecting and analysing judicial data and indicators to be conducted by two CEPEJ experts. The training was intended for court managers and courts staff dealing with judicial data collection, management and analysis.
This training aimed at further building capacities on the importance of judicial data and enhancing the analytical skills of the participants leading to improving the tracking of court's performances, using the CEPEJ tools and guidelines for judicial data collection and analysis.
On this occasion, and with the participation of the CEPEJ’s “Justice Dashboard for the Eastern Partnership” project, participants’ awareness on ways to improve the mechanism of collection, processing and analysis of judicial data in Georgia was also be raised in accordance with CEPEJ standards and tools and on the basis of CEPEJ biennial Evaluation of judicial systems as well as the CEPEJ-STAT-dynamic database.
In addition, the methodology for conducting employee satisfaction surveys, tailored to the needs of Georgian Judiciary was presented to the participants by CEPEJ expert. As a result, the surveys should be conducted in at least two pilot courts within the framework of the project.
This activity was carried out in the framework of the project "Strengthening the efficiency and quality of the judicial system in Azerbaijan", funded by the European Union and the Council of Europe and implemented by the Council of Europe in their Partnership for Good Governance II and with the support of the Joint Programme "Support for a better evaluation of the results of judicial reform efforts in the Eastern Partnership” ("Justice Dashboard EaP"), which is co-funded by the European Union and the Council of Europe and implemented by the latter.