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ICJ Report: structural deficiencies undermine independence of the judiciary in the Russian Federation

A new ICJ report concludes that a comprehensive reform of the system judicial appointments and promotions, as well as of other aspects of the judicial system, is essential to ensure that the judiciary in Russia is independent and able to be an effective guardian of the Rule of Law.

November 28, 2014

Strengthening the Rule of Law in Venezuela

Today, the ICJ Centre for the Independence of Judges and Lawyers published two new documents on the independence and integrity of judges and lawyers in Venezuela.

November 27, 2014

ICJ report highlights “undocumented” justice for migrants in Italy

An ICJ report, published today following a mission to Italy, examines the effectiveness of the Italian legal system in delivering access to justice for undocumented migrants who challenge orders for their expulsion or administrative detention.

October 30, 2014

Geneva Forum Series no. 1: Women and the Judiciary

The present publication, no. 1 in the “Geneva Forum Series”, brings together materials related to the 2013 Geneva Forum on women and the judiciary.

October 1, 2014