Three knowledge products have been developed under the umbrella of the Network to date, namely: Non-binding Guidelines on the Use of Social Media by Judges; a Guide on How to Develop Codes of Judicial Conduct; and a Paper on Gender-Related Judicial Integrity Issues.
All these knowledge products are based upon the expertise and feedback of Network participants. Apart from the organization of dedicated expert group meetings, targeted discussions and the dissemination of an online survey, the knowledge products have also undergone wide online consultations through the Network's website with the aim to gather comments and views from all Network participants.
The Non-binding Guidelines on the Use of Social Media by Judges provide practical guidance to judges on how to navigate through the world of social media.
This guide provides information on how to draft, approve and enforce codes of judicial conduct. It aims to offer advice on the procedural steps, as well as the substantive content.
This section describes the Network's ongoing efforts to balance judicial accountability and judicial independence.
The paper aims to raise awareness about various existing gender-related judicial integrity issues, including sextortion and sexual harassment, among others.
This section describes the Network's ongoing efforts to promote the ethical use of AI in justice systems.
This section describes the Network's ongoing efforts to collect good practices in open justice.
The section outlines the linkages between judicial well-being and judicial integrity.