They also make sure the objectives are achieved, by adopting an implementation plan for the coming year in the annual General Assembly. This plan typically presents four different projects for the members of the various working groups to tackle. Also for the purpose of these working groups, surveys are sent to the members of the ENCJ.
During the General Assembly in Sofia on 5-7 Juni 2013 the following reports of the 2012-2013 projects were adopted:
Distillation of ENCJ Guidelines
(pdf, 203 KB) (Marja van Kuijk represented the Council as a member of this working group).
(pdf, 499.8 KB) (Frans van Dijk and Esther de Rooij represented the Council as members of this working group).
(pdf, 254.4 KB) (representatives: Elske Amelsfort-van der Kam and Willem Korthals Altes).
In 2013-2014, the following projects will be launched:
- Project 1: Independence of the Judiciary - developing tangible indicators for the structural independence of the judiciary – (in cooperation with the European Commission).
- Project 2: Handbook - Principles of the ENCJ (This project is a continuation of last years’ project on Distillation of ENCJ Guidelines).
- Project 3: Minimum Standards for Case Allocation and Recusal.
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Themes & projects and reports from previous years.