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New ICJ report analyses the transition to judicial self-governance in Serbia

The report, published today, assesses the current state of the independence and accountability of the Serbian judiciary and prosecution service, and, in particular, the self-governance of the two professions under the High Judicial Council and the State Prosecutors’ Council.

February 2, 2016

New report summarizes discussions of Tunis meeting on judicial accountability

On 8 and 9 October 2015, the ICJ held a consultation meeting in Tunis on the topic of judicial accountability. The ICJ today is publishing a summary report of the discussions.

January 27, 2016

Africa: reflection paper on women lawyers and human rights defenders as drivers of change

“Women human rights defenders and lawyers must be able to carry out their work on the basis of equality, free from gender discrimination,” says the ICJ’s new reflection paper.

December 10, 2015

Russian Federation: the legal profession requires reform to become stronger

Today, the ICJ released a report calling for reform of the legal profession in the Russian Federation.

November 24, 2015

Africa: sexual and gender based violence, fair trial rights and the rights of victims

The ICJ has released a paper reflecting discussions on the implementation of international law and standards on sexual and gender based violence within the context of fair trial standards.

November 5, 2015