Strasbourg, 21 June 2013

CEPEJ(2013)6

EUROPEAN COMMISSION FOR THE EFFICIENCY OF JUSTICE (CEPEJ)
21st plenary meeting (20 – 21 June 2013)

Abridged report

A. FOREWORD

The European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ) held its 21st plenary meeting in Strasbourg on 20 – 21 June 2013. The meeting was chaired by Mr John STACEY (United Kingdom), President of the CEPEJ.

The agenda appears in Appendix.

B. LIST OF ITEMS DISCUSSED AND DECISIONS TAKEN BY THE CEPEJ

    The CEPEJ:

    1. Information by the President of the CEPEJ, the CEPEJ members and the Secretariat

§ welcomed in particular Morocco as a new observer state with the CEPEJ, as well as Tunisia specially invited to participate in this meeting;

§ took note of the information given by its President, its members and its Secretariat who had participated in various fora where the work of the CEPEJ was presented and discussed;

§ took note of the information given by the representatives of Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, France, Georgia, Germany, Ireland, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Serbia, Ukraine, United Kingdom on recent domestic developments in the judicial field and invited its members to forward to the Secretariat written information and useful references which could be included in the area "country profiles" of its web site;

§ welcomed in particular the intervention of Turkey showing to what extent judicial reforms underway were based on the work of the CEPEJ, including the evaluation report on judicial systems, and invited the member states to make full use of the work of the CEPEJ within the framework of the reforms of their judicial systems;

§ regretted that, in spite of previous discussions, including with the Committee of Ministers, it had not been possible to find a solution to appoint a permanent statistician within the CEPEJ Secretariat to ensure the durability of the CEPEJ’s role in evaluating the functioning of European judicial systems; nevertheless, it welcomed the strengthening of the Secretariat through the appointment of an additional lawyer;

    2. Innovation in the organisation of judicial systems and involvement of external staff

§ took note with interest of the report presented by the scientific expert Daniela PIANA (Italy) on “Innovation in the organisation of judicial systems and involvement of external staff”;

3. Evaluation of the European judicial systems

§ adopted the amendments proposed by the CEPEJ-GT-EVAL to the new Evaluation Scheme (CEPEJ(2012)12Rev);

§ reminded its members to appoint national correspondents entrusted with responding to the evaluation Scheme and to indicate their details to the Secretariat as soon as possible;

§ took note that an improved electronic version of the evaluation Scheme, including the explanatory note, was opened, to be completed by the national correspondents before 31 December 2013, and urged the national correspondents to comply with such a timeframe, in order for the data to be processed from January 2014 and the report to be adopted by the CEPEJ at its 23rd plenary meeting (mid 2014) ;

    § agreed to pursue the cycle of peer evaluation visits on judicial statistics in 2013 in Latvia, in Ukraine and possibly in Estonia; took note that an evaluation visit will take place in Lithuania at the beginning of 2014;

    § agreed on the principle of having Israel participating as an observer state, at their request, in the forthcoming evaluation cycle, according to the provisions proposed by the Bureau (CEPEJ-BU(2013)1) and subject to the agreement of the Committee of Ministers as regards the specific modalities of such cooperation, including financial modalities;

    § welcomed the concrete use by the OECD of the CEPEJ findings for evaluating the situation of the judicial systems in their European member states and of the CEPEJ methodology for extending such evaluation to non-European members, took note that the results of this work would be published in November 2013 and confirmed its willingness to further cooperate with OECD in this field;

    Cooperation with the European Union within the framework of the “EU Scoreboard Justice”

    § discussed the invitation to tender by the European Commission to establish with the Council of Europe / CEPEJ a “Multi-annual contract for services to support the EU Justice Scoreboard”, giving to the CEPEJ the task of providing statistical and numerical data on the functioning of the justice system in each EU member state and providing country specific information, analysis and trends on the functioning of the justice system for each EU member states, according to the CEPEJ methodology and in a spirit of partnership between the European Union and the Council of Europe;

    welcomed the fact that the European Commission thus acknowledged that the CEPEJ was the reference point as regards the evaluation of the functioning of European judicial systems and stressed the necessary complementarity of tasks and that there should be no duplication in this field ;

    noted that there was no consensus at that stage as regards the CEPEJ participation in this exercise;

    decided to appoint an ad hoc working group composed of the CEPEJ members in respect of Austria, France, Germany, Netherlands, Norway and entrusted it i) to further discuss the possibility of such a partnership with the European Commission before mid-July 2013, ii) to communicate through the Secretariat the results of this discussion to all the CEPEJ members, enabling them iii) to discuss their position with the relevant authorities in their countries so that a final position may be taken by the Committee of the Ministers’ Deputies at a relevant meeting;

4. Quality of justice

§ adopted theGuidelines on the creation of judicial maps to support access to justice within a quality judicial system” (CEPEJ(2013)7) and decided to forward it to the Committee of Ministers so that it can take note of it, as well as to the relevant Committees and bodies of the Council of Europe so that they can make use of it when appropriate; invited its members to organise the translation of these Guidelines into non-official languages and to ensure a wide dissemination among the relevant political and judicial authorities in their countries;

§ took note of the on-going work of the CEPEJ-GT-QUAL as regards the role of judicial experts and the organisation of court premises; instructed the CEPEJ-GT-QUAL and the CEPEJ-GT-EVAL to further work together on the definition of indicators for the quality of justice;

    § reiterated its invitation to the volunteer courts in the member states to indicate to the Secretariat their candidature for organising a coaching programme aimed at organising user satisfaction surveys based on the CEPEJ Handbook and invited its members to inform widely the courts in their states of this opportunity;

    5. Judicial time management

    § took note of the work carried out by the Steering group of the SATURN Centre, in particular in order to facilitate the concrete use of the Guidelines on judicial time management; it encouraged the member states to forward to the Secretariat, before the end of July 2013, possible comments on the last report on lengths of proceedings within the courts of appeal and the supreme courts; it instructed it to pursue its work according to its strategic action plan;

    § reiterated its invitation to the volunteer courts in the member states to indicate to the Secretariat their candidature for organising within the court a coaching programme aimed at implementing the SATURN tools for judicial time management based on the CEPEJ Guide and invited its members to inform widely the courts in their states of this opportunity;

    6. CEPEJ co-operation programmes

    § welcomed the on-going Joint Programmes with the European Union:

      - for Court Management in Turkey, enabling to develop in particular court coaching programmes on the implementation of the SATURN tools on a large scale, involving several pilot courts;

      - for strengthening democratic reform in the Southern Neighbourhood enabling to support judicial reforms in Morocco and Tunisia by using the CEPEJ methodology and tools, in particular as regards the evaluation of the judicial system, judicial time management and the CEPEJ quality tools;

      - for enhancing judicial reform in the Eastern Partnership countries enabling to evaluate, through the CEPEJ methodology, court performance in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine;

      and noted with satisfaction that the CEPEJ work can thus be promoted and concretely and successfully applied on large scales in European states and beyond ;

    § took note that CEPEJ cooperation could be further developed in the near future with Albania and Jordan, within the framework of new Joint Programmes;

    7. Relations between the CEPEJ and the other bodies of the Council of Europe

§ took note of the information on the activities of the Consultative Council of European Judges (CCJE) and the European Committee of Legal Cooperation (CDCJ);

§ approved the document “Proposed amendments to some recommendations – comparative table” (CEPEJ(2013)4) prepared at the request of the CDCJ as a follow up to Resolution N°1 of the 30th Conference of the Ministers of Justice on a modern, transparent and efficient justice, to provide it with technical guidelines on the revision of various Council of Europe recommendations on court management and e-justice and decided to forward it to the CDCJ; it confirmed its availability to cooperate with the CDCJ when appropriate within the framework of the CDCJ's drafting group(s) entrusted with the revision of the recommendations;

    8. Other cooperation with the European Union

§ took note of the information given by the representatives of Ireland and Lithuania, speaking on behalf of the outgoing and incoming presidencies of the European Union, on the recent and foreseen developments within the Union in the field of justice;

    9. Observers with the CEPEJ

§ took note of the information given by its Observers, thanked them for their concrete contribution to its activities and invited them to further contribute to the implementation of its activity programme;

APPENDIX I

AGENDA

    1. Opening of the meting

    2. Adoption of the agenda

    3. Information by the President of the CEPEJ and the Secretariat:

    4. Recent developments in the judicial field in the Council of Europe Member states

    5. How can the CEPEJ tools streamline national judicial reforms? The example of Turkey

      Rapporteur: ISMAIL AKSEL (Turkey)

    6. Innovation in the organisation of judicial systems and involvement of external staff : presentation of the state of an on-going study

      Rapporteur: Daniela PIANA, Researcher at the Department of political sciences, University of Bologna, Italy

    7. Evaluation of European judicial systems

      Rapporteur: Georg STAWA (Austria), Vice-President of the CEPEJ and member of the CEPEJ-GT-EVAL

      i. Implementation of the 2012 - 2014 evaluation cycle 

      ii. Implementation of the pilot peer evaluation co-operation process

      iii. Cooperation with the European Union within the framework of the “Justice Scoreboard”

      iv. Specific co-operation with non-CoE member states

        § Examination of the proposal from Israel to participate in the next evaluation cycle

        § Co-operation with OECD

        § Other co-operation

    8. Quality of justice (CEPEJ-GT-QUAL): information on the on-going activities

      Rapporteur: Fabio BARTOLOMEO (Italy), Member of the CEPEJ-GT-QUAL

    9. SATURN Centre on judicial time management: information on the on-going activities

    Rapporteur: Jacques BÜHLER (Switzerland), Chair of the Steering group of the SATURN Centre

        · Examination of the documents to verify the data which figures in the report “Council of Europe Member States on Appeal and Supreme Courts’ Lengths of Proceedings”

    10. CEPEJ co-operation programmes

      - Joint programme with the European Union for Court Management in Turkey – implementation of the SATURN tools

        Rapporteur: Ivana BORZOVA (Czech Republic)

      - Joint programme with the European Union with Morocco and Tunisia (“South programme”)

        Rapporteurs: Jacques BÜHLER (Switzerland) and Secretariat

      - Efficiency of justice in the countries of the Eastern Partnership

    Rapporteur: Frans Van DER DOELEN (Netherlands)

      - Perspectives for further co-operation

    11. Relations between the CEPEJ and the other bodies of the Council of Europe

      i. Consultative Council of European Judges (CCJE)

      ii. Consultative Council of European Prosecutors (CCPE)

      iii. European Committee on Legal Cooperation (CDCJ)

        · Possible revision of a number of recommendations

      iv. European Committee on Crime Problems (CDPC)

      v. Steering Committee for Human Rights (CDDH)

    12. Other co-operation with the European Union

      i. Last developments within the European Union in the judicial field

        Rapporteurs: Noel RUBOTHAM (Ireland) and Laima GARNELIENE (Lithuania) on behalf of the outgoing and incoming presidencies of the European Union

      ii. European Day of Justice (Secretariat)

    13. Observers to the CEPEJ

    14. Any other business

APPENDIX II

    List of participants / Liste des participants

CEPEJ MEMBERS / MEMBRES DE LA CEPEJ

ALBANIA/ALBANIE 

Rovena HUSA, Chief of the courts archive, Ministry of Justice, TIRANA

ANDORRA/ANDORRE 

Carme OBIOLS, Secrétaire Générale, Conseil supérieur de la Justice, ANDORRE LA VIEILLE, Apologised/ Excusée

ARMENIA/ARMENIE

Armen SANOYAN, Head of International Treaties Expertise Division, Department of International Legal Affairs of the Administration, Ministry of Justice, YEREVAN

AUSTRIA/AUTRICHE

Georg STAWA, Head of Department Pr 8, Projects, Strategy and Innovation, Federal Ministry of Justice, VIENNA, (Vice-President of the CEPEJ / Vice-Président de la CEPEJ)

AZERBAIJAN/AZERBAÏDJAN

Ramin GURBANOV, Chief of reforms division, General department of organisation and supervision,
Co-ordinator of Judicial Modernisation Project, Ministry of Justice, BAKU

BELGIUM/BELGIQUE 

Dietger GEERAERT, Attaché Service Juridique, Direction Générale de l'Organisation Judiciaire, Service public fédéral Justice, BRUXELLES

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA/BOSNIE-HERZÉGOVINE

Zlatko KULENOVIC, Republic of Srpska Supreme Court, BANJA LUKA, Apologised / Excusé

Rusmir ŠABETA, Head of the Judicial Administration Department, The Secretariat of the High Judicial and Prosecutorial, Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina, SARAJEVO

BULGARIA/BULGARIE

Ekaterina TODOROVA, Senior Expert, International Legal Co-operation, and European Affairs Directorate, Ministry of Justice, SKOPJE

CROATIA/CROATIE 

Gordan MARKOTIC, Assistant Minister for the European Union and International Co-operation, European Union and International Co-operation Directorate, Ministry of Justice, ZAGREB, Apologised / Excusé

CYPRUS/CHYPRE

Effie PAPADOPOULOU, Judge at the Supreme Court, NICOSIA, Apologised / Excusée

CZECH REPUBLIC/REPUBLIQUE TCHEQUE

Ivana BORZOVÁ, Head of Department of Civil Supervision, Ministry of Justice, PRAGUE,

Jana WURSTOVA, International Department, Czech Bar Association, PRAGUE, Apologised / Excusée

DENMARK/DANEMARK

Rasmus NIELSEN, International Coordinator, The Danish Court Administration, COPENHAGEN

ESTONIA/ESTONIE

Kaidi LIPPUS, Head of Legislative Drafting and Development Division, Ministry of Justice, TALLINN

FINLAND/FINLANDE

Kari Samuli KIESILĀINEN, Head of Department, Directorate General, Ministry of Justice, HELSINKI

FRANCE

Jean-Paul SUDRE, Inspecteur général adjoint des services judiciaires, Ministère de la Justice et des Libertés, PARIS, Apologised / Excusé

Karine GILBERG, Chef du bureau de l'expertise et des questions institutionnelles, SG/Service des Affaires européennes et internationales, Ministère de la Justice, PARIS

GEORGIA/GÉORGIE

Irakli ADEISHVILI, Judge, Chamber of Civil Cases, Tbilisi Appeals Court, TBILISI

GERMANY / ALLEMAGNE

Matthias HEGER, Chef du Service de Procédure civile internationale, Ministère fédéral de la Justice, BERLIN,

Anna-Lena LUX, Richterin, Referentin für Europa- und Wissenschaftsrecht, Justizministerium Baden-Württemberg, STUTTGART

GREECE/GRÈCE 

Michalis PIKRAMENOS, Ministry of Justice, Counselor of the State, ATHENS

HUNGARY/HONGRIE

Gábor SZÉPLAKI-NAGY, Procureur, Chef d’unité, Parquet Général, Ministère de la justice, BUDAPEST

ICELAND/ISLANDE

Arnfridur EINARSDOTTIR, Judge at the District Court of Reykjavik, District Court of Reykjavik, REYKJAVIK

IRELAND/IRLANDE

Caroline MURPHY, Courts Policy Division, Department of Justice and Equality, DUBLIN

Noel RUBOTHAM, Head of Reform and Development, Courts Service, Green Street Courthouse, DUBLIN

ITALY/ITALIE

Fabio BARTOLOMEO, Directeur général des statistiques, Ministère de la Justice, ROME

LATVIA/LETTONIE 

Aija BRANTA, Judge of the Constitutional Court, Ministry of Justice, RIGA

LIECHSTENSTEIN 

LITHUANIA/LITUANIE

Laima GARNELIENE, Head of Criminal Cases Division, Lithuanian Court of Appeal, VILNIUS

LUXEMBOURG 

Laurent THYES, Attaché de Gouvernement, Ministère de la justice, Centre administratif Pierre Werner, LUXEMBOURG-KIRCHBERG

MALTA/MALTE

Francesco DEPASQUALE, Magistrate, Court of Justice, Ministry of Justice and Home Affairs, VALLETTA

REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA / REPUBLIQUE DE MOLDOVA 

Ludmila POPA, legal adviser, Drafting normative acts division, Ministry of justice, CHISINAU

Diana SCOBIOALA, Head of Directorate General International Relations and European Integration, Ministry of Justice, CHISINAU, Apologised / Excusée

MONACO 

Stéphanie MOUROU VIKSTRÖM, Premier juge au Tribunal de première instance. Tribunal de première instance, Palais de Justice, MONACO

MONTENEGRO/MONTÉNÉGRO

Tijana BADNJAR, Department for International Co-operation and European Integration, Ministry of Justice and Human Rights, PODGORICA

NETHERLANDS/PAYS-BAS

Frans VAN DER DOELEN, Programme Manager of the Department of the Justice System, Ministry of Justice, THE HAGUE

NORWAY/NORVÈGE

Audun BERG, Senior adviser, The National Courts Administration, TRONDHEIM

Linda Katharina DRAZDIAK, Section for European and international Affairs, Ministry of Justice and Police,

POLAND/POLOGNE

Anita LAWANDOWSKA, Deputy Director of the Department of Courts, Organisation and Judicial Analyses

Ministry of Justice, WARSAW,: Apologised/Excusée

PORTUGAL 

João ARSÉNIO DE OLIVEIRA, Head of Department, International Affairs Department, Directorate General for Justice Policy, Ministry of Justice, LISBON, Apologised / Excusé

Sara NUNES DE ALMEIDA, Legal Adviser , Cabinet des relations internationales, Direction Générale de la politique de la justice, Minsitère de la Justice, LISBON

ROMANIA/ROUMANIE 

Violeta BELEGANTE, Conseiller juridique, Chef du service du droit privé, Direction de  l'Elaboration des actes normatifs, des études et de la documentation, Ministère de la Justice, BUCAREST

THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION/FÉDÉRATION DE RUSSIE

Elena AVAKYAN, Head of the Control and Analysis Department, the Supreme Commercial Court of the Russian Federation, MOSCOW
Alexandra DRONOVA, Director of Department of International Law and Co-operation, Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation, MOSCOW
Vladislav STARZHENETSKIY, Head of the International Law and Cooperation Department, the Supreme Commercial Court of the Russian Federation, MOSCOW

Alexander PARSHIN, Deputy Director General of the Judicial Department at the Supreme court of the Russian Federation, MOSCOW

Konstantin KOSORUKOV, Deputy for Legal Affairs to the Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation at the Council of Europe, STRASBOURG, FRANCE

Vasily GAVRICHKOV, Deputy Chairman of the Moscow District Court, MOSCOW
Anastasia MOSKALENKO, a.i. Head of Division of International Co-operation of the Judicial Department at the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation, MOSCOW

SAN MARINO/SAINT MARIN

SERBIA/SERBIE 

Ljiljana BLAGOJEVIC, Assistant Minister for Judiciary, Ministry of Justice and Public Administration, BELGRADE

SLOVAK REPUBLIC/RÉPUBLIQUE SLOVAQUE

Ladislav DUDITS, Judge, Kosice Regional Court, Krajsky sud v Kosiciach, KOSICE

SLOVENIA /SLOVENIE

Marko SORLI, Head of the Criminal Division at the Supreme Court, LJUBLJANA

SPAIN/ESPAGNE 

Maria Jesús FRAILE MARTIN Adviser, Directorate General International Legal Cooperation and Religious Affairs, Ministry of Justice, MADRID

SWEDEN/SUÈDE

Malin KÄLL, Legal adviser, the Swedish National Courts Administration, Apologised/Excusée

SWITZERLAND/SUISSE 

Jacques BÜHLER, Secrétaire Général suppléant, Tribunal fédéral suisse, LAUSANNE (Chair of the Steering Group of the SATURN Centre/ Président du Groupe de Pilotage du Centre SATURN)

"THE FORMER YOUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA"/"L'EX-RÉPUBLIQUE YOUGOSLAVE DE MACÉDOINE"

Nikola PROKOPENKO, Head of Department of Courts, Public Prosecutors and other Judicial institutions, Ministry of Justice, SKOPJE

TURKEY/TURQUIE

Ismail AKSEL, Judge, Department for Strategy and Development, Ministry of Justice, ANKARA,

Ibrahim DEMIRTAS, Judge, Ministry of Justice, ANKARA

UKRAINE

Polina KAZAKEVITCH, Chef de Service de la coopération internationale de la Haute Commission à la qualification des juges, KYIV

UNITED KINGDOM/ROYAUME-UNI

John STACEY, Government Advisor for Efficiency and Quality of Justice, NORTHANTS (President of the CEPEJ / Président de la CEPEJ)

Edwin KILBY, Head of European Strategy and Institutions, Law, Rights and International Directorate, Justice Policy Group, Ministry of Justice, LONDON

SCIENTIFIC EXPERT / EXPERT SCIENTIFIQUE

Daniela PIANA, Département des Sciences politiques, Université de Bologne, BOLOGNE

OBSERVER STATES / ÉTATS OBSERVATEURS

CANADA 

HOLY SEE / SAINT-SIÈGE 

JAPAN /JAPON

MEXICO / MEXIQUE

José Humberto LOPEZ-PORTILLO, Deputy Attaché for Legal Affairs, Legal Attaché Office for Europe of the Attorney, General of Mexico, Embassy of Mexico, MADRID

Alejandro MARTINEZ-PERALTA, Adjoint à l’Observateur permanent, Chargé d'affaires, a. i, Mission Permanente du Mexique auprès du Conseil de l’Europe, STRASBOURG, FRANCE

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA / ETATS-UNIS D’AMERIQUE

ISRAEL / ISRAËL

Keren WEINSHALL-MARGEL, Director, Israeli Courts Research Division (ICRD), The Supreme Court of Israel, JERUSALEM

MOROCCO / MAROC

Najia RAHALI, Directrice des études, de la coopération et de la modernisation, Ministre de la Justice, RABAT

Abdallah BOUJIDA, Président du tribunal de première instance (pôle civil), CASABLANCA

Abdelaziz ISSERSSIF, Président du tribunal de première instance, SIDI KACEM

Abdelmati EL KADDOURI, Président du Tribunal administratif, AGADIR

Abderrafi EROUIHANE, Institut Supérieur de la Magistrature,

INVITED STATE / PAYS INVITE

TUNISIA / TUNISIE

Rhida BEN AMOR, Procureur Général près la Cour de Cassation

Fatma EZZAHRA BEN MAHMOUD, Présidente du Tribunal de Première instance de Tunis

Radhia BEN AISSA, Juge Cantonal de Zaghouan,

OBSERVERS / OBSERVATEURS

COUNCIL OF THE BARS AND LAW SOCIETIES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION / CONSEIL DES BARREAUX EUROPÉENS (CCBE)

Simone CUOMO (Mr), Senior Legal Advisor, Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (European lawyers promoting law and justice) BRUSSELS, BELGIUM

EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF JUDGES / ASSOCIATION EUROPÉENNE DES MAGISTRATS (EAJ)

Gerhard REISSNER, (Chair of the CCJE/Président du CCJE), President of the International Association of Judges, President of the District Court of Floridsdorf, VIENNA, AUSTRIA

EUROPEAN UNION OF RECHTSPFLEGER AND COURT CLERKS / UNION EUROPÉENNE DES GREFFIERS DE JUSTICE (EUR)

Thomas KAPPL, President of EUR, MÜNCHEN, germany, Apologised / Excusé

Jean-Jacques KUSTER, Greffier en Chef, Tribunal d’Instance, STRASBOURG CEDEX, FRANCE

Vivien WHYTE, Greffier au Tribunal de Grande Instance de Strasbourg, STRASBOURG, FRANCE

INTERNATIONAL UNION OF BAILIFFS / UNION INTERNATIONALE DES HUISSIERS DE JUSTICE ET OFFICIERS JUDICIAIRES (UIHJ)
Bernard MENUT, 1er Vice- président de l’UIH,

EUROPEAN FEDERATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGES / FÉDÉRATION EUROPÉENNE DES JUGES ADMINISTRATIFS

Pierre VINCENT, Cour Administrative d’Appel de Nancy, NANCY, FRANCE, Apologised /Excusé

MAGISTRATS EUROPÉENS POUR LES DÉMOCRATIES ET LES LIBERTÉS (MEDEL)

EUROPEAN JUDICIAL TRAINING NETWORK (EJTN) / RÉSEAU EUROPÉEN DE FORMATION JUDICIAIRE (REFJ)

EUROPEAN NETWORK OF COUNCILS FOR THE JUDICIARY (ENCJ) / RESEAU EUROPEEN DES CONSEILS DE LA JUSTICE (RECJ)

Monique VAN DER GOES, Director ENCJ Office,

AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION - RULE OF LAW INITIATIVE (ABA-RULE OF LAW)

COUNCIL OF THE NOTARIATS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION / CONSEIL DES NOTARIATS DE L’UNION EUROPEENNE

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EUROPEAN UNION / UNION EUROPÉENNE

COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION / CONSEIL DE L’UNION EUROPEENNE

Pawel NALEWAJKO, Office 20 MN 17 (Justus Lipsius), BRUXELLES

EUROPEAN COMMISSION / COMMISSION EUROPÉENNE 

Aristotelis GAVRILIADIS, Directorate General JUST/A/1, Civil Justice , BRUSSELS, BELGIUM,

EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT (LIBE Commission) / PARLEMENT EUROPEEN (Commission LIBE)

EUROPEAN UNION AGENCY FOR FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS / AGENCE DE L’UNION EUROPEENNE POUR LES DROITS FONDAMENTAUX 

Jonas GRIMHEDEN, Head of Sector Access to Justice, Freedom and Justice Department, VIENNA, AUSTRIA

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THE HAGUE CONFERENCE OF PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW / CONFÉRENCE DE LA HAYE DE DROIT INTERNATIONAL PRIVÉ

WORLDBANK / BANQUE MONDIALE: Apologised / Excusée

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COUNCIL OF EUROPE / CONSEIL DE L’EUROPE

EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS (ECHR) / COUR EUROPÉENNE DES DROITS DE L’HOMME (CEDH)

Paola TONARELLI-LACORE, Registry of the European Court of Human Rights/Greffe de la Cour européenne des droits de l’Homme, STRASBOURG, FRANCE

PARLIAMENTARY ASSEMBLY OF THE COUNCIL OF EUROPE / ASSEMBLÉE PARLEMENTAIRE DU CONSEIL DE L’EUROPE

Volodymyr PYLYPENKO, Verkhovna Rada, Grushevski, KYIV, UKRAINE

CONSULTATIVE COUNCIL OF EUROPEAN JUDGES / CONSEIL CONSULTATIF DE JUGES EUROPEENS (CCJE) 

Gerhard REISSNER, (Chair of the CCJE/Président du CCJE), President of the International Association of Judges, President of the District Court of Floridsdorf, VIENNA, AUSTRIA

EUROPEAN COMMITTEE ON LEGAL CO-OPERATION / COMITE EUROPÉEN DE COOPÉRATION JURIDIQUE (CDCJ)

Edwin KILBY, Head of European Strategy and Institutions, Law, Rights and International Directorate, Justice Policy Group, Ministry of Justice, LONDON

CONSULTATIVE COUNCIL OF EUROPEAN PROSECUTORS / CONSEIL CONSULTATIF DE PROCUREURS EUROPÉENS (CCPE): Apologised / Excusé

EUROPEAN COMMITTEE FOR CRIME PROBLEMS / COMITE EUROPEEN POUR LES PROBLÈMES CRIMINELS (CDPC): Apologised / Excusé

STEERING COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS / COMITE DIRECTEUR POUR LES DROITS DE L’HOMME (CDDH) : Apologised / Excusé 

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ORGANISATION FOR ECONOMIC CO-OPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT (OECD) / ORGANISATION POUR LA COOPERATION ET LE DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUES (OCDE)

Zsuzsanna LONTI, Senior Project Manager, PARIS, FRANCE

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SECRETARIAT

DGI – Human Rights and Rule of Law – Division for the Independence and Efficiency of Justice /

DGI - Droits de l’Homme et Etat de droit – Division pour l’indépendance et l’efficacité de la justice

Hanne JUNCHER, Head of the Justice and Legal Co-operation Department / Service de la cooperation judiciaire et juridique

Stéphane LEYENBERGER, Secretary of the CEPEJ / Secrétaire de la CEPEJ

Muriel DECOT, Co-Secretary of the CEPEJ / Co-secrétaire de la CEPEJ

Artashes MELIKYAN, Administrator / Administrateur

Hasan HENDEK, Special Advisor to the Secretariat of the CEPEJ, Special Counselor to the Secretariat of the CEPEJ / Conseiller spécial auprès du Secrétariat de la CEPEJ

Maria ORESHKINA, Principal Administrative assistant / Assistante administrative principale

Roberto CHENAL, Administrator / Administrateur

Jean-Pierre GEILLER, Documentation

Annette SATTEL, Administration and Networks

Elisabeth HEURTEBISE, Assistant/Assistante

Naomi TREWINNARD, Trainee

Interpreters / Interprètes

Grégoire DEVICTOR

Didier JUNGLING

Jean-Jacques PEDUSSAUD

Kolia ILIN

Alexei MILKO



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