About the book “Status successfully: the lessons of legal reforms” by Saule Mektepbayeva
Clarification about the book “Status successfully: the lessons of legal reforms” by Saule Mektepbayeva
The future of criminal justice in Kazakhstan was discussed in Astana
On October 4, 2018, an international conference was held in Astana on the theme “The future of criminal justice in Kazakhstan: from humanization to change management”, dedicated to the results of the three-year project of the European Union “Improving Criminal Justice in Kazakhstan” (EUCJ).
Anti-crisis communications: strategy and tools for working with the mass media
Today, the Supreme Court of the Republic of Kazakhstan started a two-day training to improve communication with the mass media. The international experts Adam Lashin and Krzysztof Tomzhinsky, who have extensive experience in advising European courts on communications lead the training.
EU supports Kostanay Academy in developing a Center of Excellence for the probation officers
ASTANA - The European Union assists the Kostanay Academy under the MIA of the Republic of Kazakhstan to develop a Center of Excellence that will specifically focus on the further development of the probation service in Kazakhstan as well in the Central Asian region within its “Enhancing criminal justice in Kazakhstan” project (EUCJ).
EU enhances HR management of law enforcement agencies in Kazakhstan
Personnel management, which includes professional growth of civil servants, modernization of consciousness and corporate culture, is one of the key components of modernization and transformation of law enforcement agencies. EU contributes to the introduction of standards for project management and trust in public institutions within the EUCJ project.
How do EUCJ representatives maintain relations with other EU projects in the field of justice?
The European Union funds a number of justice projects in Kazakhstan. Representatives of EUCJ regularly take part in meetings of the Steering Committee of the EU projects in the field of human rights
The judges of the Supreme Court will improve their public performance skills within the framework of the EU project
On June 25, 2018, the workshop on public performance just started for thirty judges at the Supreme Court of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The main aim of the workshop is to develop the public speaking skills and communication techniques of the judges of the Supreme Court.