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CEPEJ supports pilot courts in Azerbaijan and Moldova in view of conducting satisfaction surveys aimed at court users

18/03/2016 Strasbourg

A workshop on conducting court users’ satisfaction surveys was carried out by the European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ) on 17-18 March 2016 in Strasbourg, France, as part of the PCF co-operation projects with the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Republic of Moldova.* The...

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About the Project About the Project

Project overview Project overview

Status: Active

Duration: January 2015 – December 2017

Geographic coverage: Republic of Moldova

Focus Area: Supporting the national judiciary and the pilot courts through implementation of the tools developed by the European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice CEPEJ) in view of improving the efficiency and quality of justice; Strengthening the Moldovan Bar Association as regards its role in management of the lawyers’ profession, admission to profession, training, ethics and disciplinary proceedings, as well as strengthening the MBA’s capacity of training the lawyers in line with European standards and the recommendations of the relevant Council of Europe bodies concerning the mandate and functioning of the Bar Associations.

Senior Project officer: Ruslan Grebencea, e-mail address:

Partners: Superior Council of Magistracy, Ministry of Justice and its Department of Judicial Administration, National Institute of Justice, Supreme Court of Justice and six national courts, Moldovan Bar Association and its subdivisions, other lawyers associations. 

Component I Component I

“Strengthening the efficiency of the Moldovan judicial system"


Component II Component II

“Support to the Moldovan Bar Association”