Gap Analysis Of Enforcement Legislation

18 December 2019

In 2017 first private enforcement officers (PEOs) started operating. To date some 200 PEOs (and about 300 assistant staff) are operational, having enforced almost 3 times more judgments per case closed, to compare with the State Enforcement Service (SES), whose number of officers represents some 4,500 persons.

Unified Judiciary Information Telecommunication System Development Strategy

6 December 2019

This document contains initial recommendations on possible further activities for the development of the Unified Judiciary Information Telecommunication System (UJITS).

Priority legislative changes - enforcement reform

7 November 2019

Ukraine faces an important challenge in the reform of enforcement of court decisions, as a key effort to protect property rights. A successful reform of the enforcement system is relevant to raising the trust of the Ukrainian public and foreign investors in Ukraine as a safe place for owning property and doing business.

Monitoring of Implementation of the Civil and Commercial Procedural Codes - Final Report

11 October 2019

This report is aimed at presenting a methodology for monitoring the implementation of the new Ukrainian Civil and Commercial Procedural Codes. Monitoring was conducted by way of a specifically developed questionnaire with closed answers (Questionnaire A; multiple choice) and an instrument for conducting in-depth interviews (Questionnaire B; open-ended questions). The methodology is not only meant for monitoring the implementation of procedural codes, but also for similar monitoring exercises in the future


30 September 2019

The Regional Justice Reform Councils (RJRCs) were established in 2015 as part of the implementation of the Predecessor Project, designed to improve the exchange of information between central and local levels, to include the regions into policy development, and to measure the policies impact and their region-specific implementation challenges. On 22-23 August 2019, a meeting of the RJRCs Interregional Working Group (IRWG) took place, aimed at developing sector policy proposals with regard to people-driven and people-participatory justice. The IRWG in question consisted of thematic experts from all RJRCs regions and included judges, advocates, and academia. During the meeting, international and national Project experts assisted and provided their advice to IRWG.