Promoting Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in Georgia
24 oct. 2023
Mediators' Association Ethics Commission Workshop Focuses on Enhancing Ethical Standards and Disciplinary Measures23 October 2023
On 23rd of October the Council of Europe organised a workshop for the Ethics Commission of the...
13 oct. 202312-13 October 2023
On 12th and 13th October 2023, an international conference on the role of restorative justice in...
27 sept. 202326 September 2023
From September 25th to 26th, the Council of Europe organised a study visit for a delegation of...
15 sept. 2023
From September 14th to 15th, the Council of Europe organised a study visit for a delegation from...
13 juil. 202312 July 2023
On 12 July, the Council of Europe organised a meeting to present the needs assessment report on...
WHAT is the goal?
The goal of the project “Promoting Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in Georgia” is to enhance the use of mediation mechanisms by citizens in Georgia.
What do we expect to achieve?
- Improving access to mediation of the users and the quality of mediation on civil cases in Georgia;
- Enlarging the use of restorative justice as a resolution mechanism by the National Agency for Crime Prevention, Execution of Non-custodial Sentences and Probation.
WHAT IS THE BUDGET OF THE PROJECT?
The total budget of the project amounts to EUR 560 000.
Mediators’ Association of Georgia
National Agency for Crime Prevention, Execution of Non-custodial Sentences and Probation
Courts of General Jurisdiction
Georgian Bar Association
High School of Justice
Parliament of Georgia
The project runs from 1 December 2022 until the end of December 2023.
The project is implemented by the Council of Europe’s Cooperation Programmes Division of the Department for the Implementation of Human Rights, Justice and Legal Cooperation Standards, Directorate General for Human Rights and the Rule of Law together with the Council of Europe Office in Georgia.
Senior Project Officer