Chief Justice John Kemp of Arkansas in the United States describes the community outreach programmes of the Judiciary of Arkansas and building public trust in the judiciary.
Judges and judicial experts worldwide describe the importance of the Global Judicial Integrity Network on the occasion of its third anniversary.
Judge Elisa Samuel Boerekamp, the Director of the Judicial Training Institute in Mozambique, discusses good practices in judicial training.
The Global Judicial Integrity Network celebrates its third anniversary with interventions from key international partners on the Network's achievements since 2018.
This virtual meeting focuses on how some jurisdictions in the United States use social media to foster judicial transparency and open justice, as well as community outreach. For this purpose, this webinar features a high-level panel of judges and members of the judiciary from the United States.
UNODC convened a fruitful high-level discussion to mark the Judiciary of Iraq bringing the Global Judicial Integrity Network past the landmark threshold of 60 training sites for the Judicial Ethics Training Tools, as well as celebrate the commitment of Iraq to their implementation. The discussion featured the Chief Justices of the State of Qatar and the Republic of Iraq, along with a number of national judges.
The Global Judicial Integrity Network's Advisory Board describes the achievements of the Network since its official launch in April 2018.
To discuss these issues at the 14th Crime Congress in Kyoto, an Ancillary Event saw UNODC judicial experts joined by Dr. Hassan bin Lahdan Alhassan Almohanadi, President of the Court of Cassation and the Supreme Judiciary Council of the State of Qatar; Diego Garcia-Sayan, United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Independence of Judges and Lawyers; Meaza Ashenafi, Chief Justice and President of the Supreme Court of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia; and Baroness Helena Kennedy, QC, Director of the International Bar Association's Human Rights Institute.