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Reports of study visits of Polish presidents of district courts and norwegian judges in Strasbourg

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Read the reports of study visits of Polish presidents of district courts and norwegian judges in Council of Europe and the seat of the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. The report in two language versions to download: 1. Study visit on November 29th – December 2nd, 2016 r .: PL / EN 2. Study visit 9th – 12th

Electronic services for citizens – an international conference under the auspices of the Ministry of Justice

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On the initiative of the Ministry of Justice, Polish and foreign experts met in Warsaw at a two-day (12-13 December) international conference entitled “Standards and best practice in the field of e-services in public administration”. The participants discussed mainly IT solutions which streamline the administration of justice. They also shared their experiences in this respect. The meeting was attended by

E-learning Trainings for Court Employees on the ZSRK Training Platform

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As part of the project Modern methods of court management (the implementation) at the order of the Department of Courts, Organisation and Judicial Analyses in the Ministry of Justice, on the basis of conducted stationary trainings, e-learning trainings have been prepared for the management staff of courts and other employees of common courts in the area of personnel, finance and

Lifelong Learning Programmes for Court Employees on the ZSRK Training Platform

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As part of the project Modern methods of court management (the implementation) at the order of the Department of Courts, Organisation and Judicial Analyses in the Ministry of Justice the following has been prepared: 1. Lifelong learning programme for the management staff of common courts, 2. Lifelong learning programme for employees of common courts (except for management staff). The lifelong

Stationary Training for the Management Staff of Courts and Other Employees of Common Courts – a Summary

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As part of the project Modern methods of court management (the implementation) at the order of the Department of Courts, Organisation and Judicial Analyses in the Ministry of Justice, between 07.01.2016 and 26.03.2016, stationary trainings were conducted for the court management staff and other employees of common courts in the area of HR, finance and IT tools. Training Subject: I.

Postgraduate Studies

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As part of the project Modern methods of court management (the implementation), the Department of Courts, Organisation and Judicial Analyses performs the task – postgraduate studies. By 30 September 2016, positive verification has been performed on 160 sets of documents for refunding postgraduate studies, and funds paid for a total of PLN 578 405.00. The staff of common courts undertook

Modern methods of court management conference– summary and evaluation

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On 27-28.01.2016, a conference was held in Warsaw entitled: Modern methods of court management – summary and evaluation. The conference was addressed to the representatives of the judiciary, specifically the management staff of common courts: presidents and vice presidents of courts of appeal, district and regional courts, judges serving in functional positions in courts, department heads and deputies, directors, deputy

Status of implementation of the RFID project

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An information for the project recipients concerning problems identified during on-site verification, reported by the court employees and the answers for reported questions. On 18th January 2016, a public procurement has been resolved, a subject of which was  delivery and implementation of Court Files Management System, with the use of RFID technology, which enabled signing a contract between the Court

Informative and training conference in Wroclaw

Konferencja AD Wrocław

On 7th -8th April 2016, second conference was held in Wroclaw, under the “Improvement of the court’s administrative capacities, including IT systems” project,  financed by Norway and domestic funds. Conference was aimed at leaders of courts covered by the implementation, beneficiary representatives, project operator and the members of the project team. At the meeting, the team presented information regarding the

NMF projects published in a special edition of Wroclaw Court Studies

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By the end of 2015, in a special edition of Wroclaw Court Studies two publications were published, both concerning the projects, executed in connection with Norway Financial Mechanism for 2009-2014. The first of them entitled “ Providing effectiveness and administrative capacities of courts of law, considered in relation to implementation of the Centralized Electronic Mail, Central Catalogue and Authentication Services