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Activities and Initiatives: Judiciary

Conference on Judicial Administration Modernization in the Arab States
Marrakech - Morocco, March 15-17, 2002.
Organized by: United Nations Development Programme - Programme on Governance in the Arab Region (UNDP-POGAR), the Ministry of Justice in Morocco, the World Bank. and the Internaitonal Development Law Institute.
The conference aim was to provide a forum for policy-makers and judicial authorities to learn about ongoing judicial reform projects, hear lessons from experience, articulate their development needs and priorities in the judicial sector, and establish a foundation for future regional collaborations in the field of judicial reform.

Publications:

* Conference Agenda.

* Opening Statement By Dr. Rima Khalaf Hunaidi.
The UN Assistant Secretary General and UNDP Director for the Regional Bureau for the Arab States (UNDP-RBAS), Marrakech, Morocco March 15-17, 2002.

* Statement by Dr. Rima Khalaf Hunaidi.
The UN Assistant Secretary General and Director of the UNDP's Regional Bureau for the Arab States RBAS.

* Conference Summary and Resolutions.

* Assessments, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Research: Improving the Knowledge Base for Judicial Reform Programs.
By Linn Hammergren, the Conference on Judicial Administration Modernization in the Arab States, held in Marrakech, Morocco March 15-17, 2002.

* Assessments, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Research: Improving the Knowledge Base for Judicial Reform Programs.

* Court Automation in Arab Countries: A Study of Five Countries (Yemen, Dubai, Kuwait, Egypt and Morocco) [in Arabic].

* E - Justice: Towards a Strategic Use of ICT in Judicial Reform.

* E- Justice: Towards a Strategic Use of ICT in Judicial Reform.
By Waleed H. Malik, the Conference on Judicial Administration Modernization in the Arab States, held in Marrakech, Morocco March 15-17, 2002.

* Fifteen Years of Judicial Reform in Latin America: Where We Are and Why We Haven't Made More Progress.
By Linn Hammergren, the Conference on Judicial Administration Modernization in the Arab States, held in Marrakech, Morocco March 15-17, 2002.

* Fifteen Years of Judicial Reform in Latin America: Where We Are and Why We Haven't Made More Progress.

* Judicial Reform and independence of the judiciary � Italy's experience.

* Judicial Reform in Spain.
By Luis Lopez Guerra, February 2002, the Conference on Judicial Administration Modernization in the Arab States, held in Marrakech, Morocco March 15-17, 2002.

* Judicial Reform in Spain.

* Judicial Reform: the Why, the What, and the How.

* Reform and Independence of the Judiciary in Italy.
By Giacomo Oberto, , the Conference on Judicial Administration Modernization in the Arab States, held in Marrakech, Morocco March 15-17, 2002.

* Role of the Judge in the Modernization of the Administration of Justice [in French].
By Dominique Lottin, the Conference on Judicial Administration Modernization in the Arab States, held in Marrakech, Morocco March 15-17, 2002.

* The Role of the Judge in Ameliorating the Justice Administration.

* The Why, the What, and the How.
By J Richard E. Messick, the Conference on Judicial Administration Modernization in the Arab States, held in Marrakech, Morocco March 15-17, 2002

* Conference General Report.

* Questionnaire � judicial reform [in Arabic].

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