PAST EVENTS

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006


World

Judiciary
Transformation Framework
& The Metrics for Measuring
Performance

Conference 2016

  1. Overview
  2. Programme
  3. Gallery
  4. Delegates
  5. Exhibitors
  6. Exhibition Opportunities
  7. Free Downloads


Creating new level of opportunity to consolidate best practices in the Judiciary transformation framework in order to improve the quality of justice and judicial performance across Asia Pacific, Africa, Latin America, Middle East, Europe and the region, as well as exchange experience to establish robust partnerships to enhance pedagogical effectiveness and embracing the culture of performance management

Establish and maintain a permanent dialogue amongst the judiciaries to strengthen exchange and share experiece on best practices in Judiciary transformation and efficiency

To have the possibility to establish and maintain a permanent dialogue amongst the judiciaries, as well as to strengthen exchanges and share experience, in attendance will comprise members of the Serbian judicial stakeholders, including Chief Justice Dragomir Milojevic.

Chief Justice Dragomir Milojevic

This conference focuses significantly on facilitating discussion on Judiciary transformation framework, governance structure, strategic and sharing of perspectives in order to consolidate best practices in judicial performance and improving access to justice. Sufficient time has been set aside to discuss critical issues and perspective, including development in the Judiciary transformation innovation and performance management around the world and to exchange experience between different juristic and appointive systems. Delegates will have ample time to connect, engage and establish robust partnerships in order to enhance pedagogic effectiveness and share experiences on performance-based budgeting and management of judicial court as well as taking a closer look at embracing the culture of performance management as a tool for accounting and the metrics for measuring performance in order to entrench accountability and effectiveness of the Judiciary.