A Court Manager’s Forum was organised in the country to follow-up on developments related to electronic case management rule of the Courts and its implementation and exchange with experts of the European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ).
REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA
The country's judicial system benefits from a new IT tool for publishing judicial statistics. JUSTAT aims at publishing data about the judicial system in the Republic of Moldova, such as statistics, key indicators and other information on the performance of the court system. The tool was presented to its stakeholders in order to support the work of the national authorities to enhance transparency, efficiency, and facilitate the understanding of the functioning of the judiciary by professionals and the public at large.
Three awareness-raising videos on combating hate speech go online. These videos are prepared in co-operation with the Human Rights Defender of Armenia. They aim to inform the general public on how manifestations of hate speech can harm the society and the assistance the Human Rights Defender of Armenia can provide in such cases.
Judges and prosecutors get trained to better comprehend the concept of hate speech and its manifestation and enable them to better tackle such cases as part of their work.
Two new storytelling articles, raising awareness on hate speech and discrimination in the country have been published online through the journalistic platform "Oameni și Kilometri", in co-operation with the Ombudsperson’s Office, the Equality Council and the Promo-LEX Association from the Republic of Moldova. The articles are available in English, Romanian and Russian.