Events - Rule of Law Programme Southeast Europe
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Digitalization of Justice
Online panel discussion
The current COVID-19 pandemic proofs the need for digitalization in every area of life - including in justice. While first steps are already taken, there are still a lot of obstacles on the way to a digital access for citizens to justice and automation of court hearings. In this context, Estonia with its multiple approaches to build a digital society is considered a pioneer in Europe. What are the opportunities and challenges of the digitalization of justice? What can other European countries learn from Estonia? We're going to discuss this with five experts from Estonia, Germany and Romania: Leanika Tamm, Judge at Pärnu County Court, Estonia, Ingo Groß, Court President at Brunswick District Court, Germany, Kai Härmand, Judge at Harju County Court, Estonia, Benedikt Quarch, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of the Legal Tech company RightNow Group, Germany and Mariana Feldioreanu, Court President at Bucharest District Court, Romania. We invite you to watch the livestream on: https://www.facebook.com/kas.rlpsee
Leaders for Justice 2020 - Team Leading and Team-work. The Tale of I Do vs. We Do
Second training session (11th edition, 2020)
The second training session of the 11th edition of our leadership programme for young Romanian law proffessionals will take place in Sibiel, between February 13-16. The main subject addressed during the four day training will be situational leadership and teamwork, led by trainers Mihai Dragoi and Marian Stas. The training session will include a workshop with Ciprian Ciocan, director of the Community Foundation Sibiu.
PEOPLE OF JUSTICE | 10 years of Leaders for Justice
The public event "People of Justice" celebrates the first 10 years of the community Leaders for Justice, which today means 190 members from all legal professions, over 20 projects of change in justice and society, working groups on real issues in the system, experience shared authentic leadership models in institutions, organizations or companies.
„Rights of Religious Minorities in North Macedonia“ - Conference on Student Religious Literacy
The Rule of Law Programme South East Europe has organised together with its partner, Iustinianus Primus Faculty in Skopje, a conference on Student Religious Literacy. The guest speakers were Professors Tanja Karakamischeva-Jovanovska and Alexandar Spasenovski as well as Dr. Jovan Jonovski from behalf of the Evangelic-Protestant Initiative. The main topics that were debated together with the students from the faculty were „International and Domestic Standards Related to the Exercise of the Religious Freedom“, „The Role of the Religious Communities in a Democratic State“ and „Exercising Religious Freedom“. The conference was organised within the project „Rights of Religious Minorities in North Macedonia“ and it is the third meeting of this kind that took place in Skopje during this year.
Presentation of the new book "Parlamentary rights" at the University of Montenegro
The publication "Parlamentary right" which was supported by KAS Rule of Law Programme South East Europe (RLPSEE), was presented to the academic community at the Faculty of Law of the University of Montenegro, Univerzitet Crne Gore,in Podgorica on 12 November. Among the speakers at the presentation were Dr. Srdjan Darmanovic, the Foreign Minister of Montenegro, as well as Prof. Dragan Vukcevic, President of the Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts. The panel discussion was moderated by Prof. Drazen Cerovic, with the authors, Prof. Marijana Pajvancic and Prof. Miodrag Vokuvic MP presenting their recent publication. Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung was represented by the Head of the country office in Montenegro, Mr Norbert Beckmann-Dierkes, as well as the Director of the Rule of Law Programme South East Europe, Hartmut Rank.
Presentation of the new book "Parlamentary rights" at the Parliament of Montenegro
KAS Rule of Law Programme South East Europe (RLPSEE) organized a presentation of the new book "Parlamentary rights" at the Parliament of Montenegro, Skupstina Crne Gore, on 11 November. The panel discussion was moderated by the Deputy Speaker, Mr Branimir Gvozdenovic, with the authors, Prof. Marijana Pajvancic and Prof. Miodrag Vokuvic MP as well the German Ambassador in Montenegro, Dr. Robert Weber, speaking at this event.
Leaders for Justice - Study visit in Berlin
The participants of the Leaders for Justice Programms (year 2019) met in Berlin various important political players in germany
JustLead! Forum in Moldova - 2nd edition
The KAS RLP SEE organised a conference adressing the challenges of the judicial system in Moldova and Romania
Leaders for Justice - study trip to Berlin
Every year, the Rule of Law Programme South East Europe of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung organizes a study trip to Germany within the frame of the training programme „Leaders for Justice“ . Up to 30 participants are given the chance to get to know the German judicial and legal system through visits of legal institutions and meetings with interlocutors from the judiciary, bar associations and the like. Event reports are available in German only.
International Summer School Sarajevo 2019
“Transitional Justice, Institution Building and Human Rights after conflict”
The KAS RLP SEE hosts together with the NGO „Pravnik“ and the Law Faculty of the University of Sarajewo an international summer school.