Call for Experts in Judiciary Reform (M/W)
The Support to Justice Sector Reforms and Digitalization in Ukraine (Pravo-Justice) project, implemented by Expertise France with funding from the European Union, seeks highly qualified international and national (Ukrainian) experts for its Judiciary Reform component.
The Project seeks the services of eight (8) international short to medium term experts (ISTEs) and thirteen (13) national short to medium term experts (NSTEs) to support enhancement of independence, efficiency, quality, integrity and transparency of the judiciary, and access to a fair trial. The interventions of Component 2 (judiciary reform) will focus on developing and implementing policy advice for establishing proper judiciary performance management system, linking it to the evaluation of judges and staff, synergizing it with the budget and career decisions, and providing a real evidence basis for the optimization of the courts map. The Component will also direct its efforts towards building the accountability channels from the bottom-up perspective, continuing the work on the Model Courts Initiative (MCI), to bring the new ideas to courts of all instances about service, client orientation and better performance. Finally, the Project will continue supporting the Supreme Court in ensuring stability of the legal system through strengthening uniformity of practice and will continue cooperation with the National School of Judges on improving quality of initial and continuous trainings.
The overall objectives of the expertise missions will be to enhance independence, efficiency, quality, integrity and transparency of the judiciary, and access to a fair trial.
Please see the attached Framework Call for more details on the various missions and the contracting vehicle via the link.