Independence, accountability and quality of the judiciary: Validation of methodology, exploring quality of justice and promoting judicial change

F. van Dijk, Sarah Koolen

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Abstract

In recent years the ENCJ has developed a framework and vision of independence and accountability of the judiciary and a set of indicators to assess the state of independence and accountability of EU judicial systems. In 2014 it was agreed the scope of the project would be extended to quality of justice. Independence is a prerequisite for quality of justice and that is the ultimate goal. To expand on the work previously undertaken, the project of 2017/2018 consisted of several activities in both the area of Independence and Accountability on the one hand and Quality of Justice on the other hand. This report presents the outcomes of the project and recommendations to the ENCJ.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBrussels
PublisherEuropean Network of Councils for the Judiciary
Commissioning bodyEuropean Network of Councils for the Judiciaruy
Number of pages110
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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