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List of lower and upper secondary schools eligible to the “School education against legal exclusion” project

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The list of lower and upper secondary schools, which were included under the supplementary recruitment process to the “School education against legal exclusion” project (sequence order of schools at the list is random). We are pleased to inform that all submissions provided by the schools were examined with positive result. Part of schools was qualified on conditional basis to the

Meetings of the Steering Committees

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On 18 December 2014 the meetings of the Steering Committees of the following projects were held: – School education against legal exclusion, – Strengthening the position of crime victims and support for witnesses in criminal proceedings, – Promoting alternative dispute resolution,   co-financed from the funds of the Norwegian Financial Mechanism under the Operational Programme of the Ministry of Justice:

“Friendly interrogation of specific groups of victims, including children, and the new legal regulations – standards and challenges”

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Friendly interrogation of vulnerable witnesses, including children – this is the leitmotiv of the meeting between the judges from the entire country and the representatives of the Ministry of the Nobody’s Children Foundation, held on 9 October 2014 in the Ministry of Justice. The actions aiming at ensuring special protection to the children, who as the victims or witnesses are

Report on the study visits held in Poland and Norway in 2014

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With regard to the study visits to Warsaw and Oslo held on 1 – 2 April and 21 – 22 May of the current year, the project partners, i.e. the Ministry of Justice and the Norwegian Courts Administration, submitted the joint report from the study visits. The visits aimed at sharing the experiences and good practices in the scope of

Project no. 1 once again under appraisal

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On June 30, 2014 another meeting of the Pre-defined Project Appraisal Team (PPAT) took place. This time the meeting was devoted to the re-appraisal of the project No. 1 “Improving the administrative capacities of courts, including computer systems”. Project No. 1 was positively evaluated in September 2013, which resulted in the decision on project cofinancing. However, due to significant changes in the

Meeting of the Cooperation Committee

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On June 17, 2014 another Cooperation Committee for the Operational Programme was held. The Committee is composed of 2 representatives of the Programme Partner - the Norwegian National Courts Administration – and two representatives of the Programme Operator. The meeting was devoted to the discussion on current state of programme implementation, the difficulties in the implementation of individual projects and additional fields of

Monitoring visit concerning the project “School education against legal exclusion”

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On June 4, 2014 the Programme Operator conducted an on-the-spot monitoring visit concerning the project “School education against legal exclusion”. The purpose of the visit was to verify the quality of support and check whether the Project Promoter complies with the information and publicity requirements. During the visit, representatives of the Operator visited High School no. XXV in Lodz. There

Revisit of the representatives of the International Cooperation and Human Rights Department and the representative of the Nobody’s Children Foundation to Oslo

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With regard to preparations to implementation of the Strengthening the position of crime victims and support for witnesses in criminal proceedings project under the Judicial capacity-building and cooperation/Improvement of the efficiency of justice programme executed in partnership with the Norwegian Courts Administration, on 20 and 21 May 2015 the representatives of the International Cooperation and Human Rights Department in the

The last of the 6 pre-defined projects positively appraised

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On May 16 the third meeting of the Pre-defined Project Appraisal Team (PPAT) was held, dedicated to the application concerning the project “Modern methods of court management (the implementation)”. The Project Promoter is the Department of Courts, Organization and Analysis of the Judiciary in the Ministry of Justce. The project application was positively appraised, however PPAT issued recommendations, requiring the Project Promoter to introduce some minor adjustments to the documents. Now

Meeting of the Pre-defined Project Appraisal Team

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On April 30 the Predefined Project Appraisal Team (PPAT) will hold its next meeting. This will be the second meeting devoted to the evaluation of the project “Modern methods of court management (the implementation) whose Project Promoter is the Department of Courts, Organization and Analisys of the Judiciary in the Ministry of Justice. Let us recall that PPAT is composed of two Programme