Supporting the Criminal Justice Reforms - Tackling Criminal Aspects of the Judicial Reforms in Georgia
27 Jul 2021 11:25:00
60 prosecutors are better aware of standards on substantiation of pre-trial measure’s requests in line with European Convention on Human Rights
On 26-27 July, the Council of Europe and the European Union completed another set of trainings...
28 Apr 2021 10:15:00
The Council of Europe and the European Union organised an online meeting with lawyers of the...
26 Jul 2021 14:20:00
45 prosecutors are better aware of main principles and modalities of International Cooperation in Criminal Matters
On 22-23 July the Council of Europe and the European Union completed series of training for...
05 Jul 2021 08:44:00
Judges, prosecutors and lawyers discuss practice and law in respect of application pre-trial measures in line with European Convention on Human Rights30 June 2021
The Council of Europe and the European Union, together with the General Prosecutor’s Office, the...
18 Jun 2021 11:56:0010-11 June 2021
The Council of Europe and the European Union organised online training for the staff of the...
Criminal proceedings in Georgia are improved in accordance with European Standards
- In close co-operation with the national partners;
- Through the provision of legal expertise, networking and exchange of best practices with Council of Europe consultative and expert bodies and its Member States;
- With a tailor-made approach to meet the concrete needs of the country.
- Improvements in criminal procedure legislation and practice;
- Improvement of analytical and methodological capacities of the justice sector stakeholders to assess the criminal justice’s performance and develop evidence-based criminal policy;
- Enhanced performance in international mutual legal cooperation.
- The total budget is around 510.000 Euros
- 80% is funded by the European Union and 20% by the Council of Europe. The programme is implemented by the Council of Europe
Giorgi Giorgadze, Senior Project Officer