The judges of the Supreme Court will improve their public performance skills within the framework of the EU project
Astana - On June 25, 2018, the workshop on public performance is held for thirty judges at the Supreme Court of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The workshop is organized with the support of the European Union project “Enhancing criminal justice in Kazakhstan” (EUCJ).
The main aim of the workshop is to develop the public speaking skills and communication techniques of the judges of the Supreme Court. The training session will center on providing an understanding of the features of public speeches and the communication skills demanded of a judge, on identifying the typical shortcomings in the speeches of judges, and on developing good speech technique characteristics. The workshop will be delivered by leading experts on public performance and oral presentation and will be attended by around 30 judges of the Supreme Court who usually prepare draft regulations.
The format of the workshop is roughly 20% theory and 80% practice. The trainers will put forward theory-centric presentations and then work closely with small groups of judges of the Supreme Court in order to apply the newly gained knowledge on public performance in simulations of speeches.
The skills acquired during the workshop shall contribute to improve internal and external channels of communication of the Supreme Court. Since much of the interaction in the court centers on the judges themselves, it is important to being trained on the features of public speeches and the communication skills demanded of them. The workshop should support the work on building effective interaction between courts and society, taking into account the specific needs of the population. Ultimately, it will be an important step to enhance level of public confidence in courts and in the justice system, as consistent with the “Ideal environment” development program of the Supreme Court.
For more information, please contact:
Mira Beisenova, National Expert on Stakeholder Relations of the EUCJ project, +7 7172 76 90 10 +7 7172 76 90 11 +7 7172 76 90 12 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or Elnara Bainazarova, Press Officer of the EU Delegation to Kazakhstan, +7 7172 974567 45 67 or e-mail: Elnara.BAINAZAROVA@eeas.europa.eu
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