b'CASE STUDYREMOTE TRAINING INJUDICIAL CASE MANAGEMENTEVALUATION OF POLICY AND PROGRAMMES FOR Increasingly, judges and other judicial officers have to tackle everMake use of special measures to protect the vulnerable more complex issues in managing cases. With this has come moreUse technology to support case managementUNICEF MOZAMBIQUE emphasis on the need for effective case ow management, giving Set appropriate and challenging performance targets andcourts new responsibilities to secure the cooperation of the many monitor your teams performance agencies involved in judicial administration.AND PARTNERSKEY TOPICS This course will take a detailed look at the principles and techniquesEstablishing an improved case management system for the development and management of a modern, efficient, fair and Promoting judicial leadership as an essential case In November 2020, UNICEF Mozambique awarded Crown Agents arequirements, all course materials were translated into both English transparent systemnot only from the courts perspective, but also management toolcontract to deliver a two-week online training programme toand Portuguese so participants could train in their preferred language. considering the obligations and responsibilities of others involved in Practising your case management skills in a supportive learning increase participants understanding of policy and programme the administrations of justice. environmentevaluation. Although initially proposed as a face-to-face course, dueDue to the challenges caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, thisDeployment of limited resources in the efficient and transparent to the restrictions caused by the Coronavirus pandemic this trainingprogramme was delivered remotely over the Zoom platform. To ensure It includes a comprehensive review of the lessons learned from recent administration of justiceprogramme was delivered remotely. Through nine online sessions,the online training was effective, and to help facilitate the group justice system reforms in England and Wales, designed to improve Critical examination of judicial case management practices the training covered the processes and technical methods ofsessions, a complementary participant group work document was efficiency and effectiveness.through attendance at a live courtroom sessionmonitoring and evaluation, from identication of the problem-in- created with the tools, techniques and templates required to facilitateMonitoring and evaluation of case management procedureshand through to obtaining evaluation evidence, into policy anddiscussion.The course includes inputs from expert guest speakers on the judgespractice.role in court, supplemented with a site visit to observe the system inThis is week one of The Judicial Case Management and Legal EthicsFEEDBACK ON THE TRAINING practice.Toolkit. THE PROJECT A central focus of this training course was on participant action The objective of the capacity-development programme was toplanning as a process to translate learning into action in the COURSE OBJECTIVES:On completion, you will be able to:DURATION FEEDATEincrease the current level of evaluation knowledge and understandingworkplace.Recognise the key tenets of a modern and successful case 5 days 2,495 DATES ON DEMAND amongst UNICEF CO staff and national partners, whilst enhancing theirmanagement strategypractical skills in designing and conducting evaluations of Demonstrate your judicial independence and integrity through development programmes, as well as creating a network betweenOne of the best pragmatic trainings I haveeffective case handlingUNICEF, government and NGO partners.ever attended.Amazing blend of theory andInuence the behaviour of others by the appropriate use of case management directionsCrown Agents developed contextualised training aimed at governmentapplication. I found the remote platform to beConduct a pre-trial review hearing and proactively monitor partners, the newly formed Mozambican Monitoring and Evaluationsuper efficient. Association (AMMA), and UNICEF Mozambique staff, amongst others.the progress of a caseIn total, 31 participants representing 13 organisations attended the training. ANAND PROKASH KANOO, Program Officer - Risk and Resilience, UNICEF IndiaThe course content was highly contextualised to ensure it was JUDICIAL AND LEGAL ETHICS accessible to the participants, with a number of case studies drawn from development programmes in Mozambique. To suit all Ethical judicial challenges seem to increase year on year. The publics Understand common ethical issues and risks and learn to OUR DELEGATES ENJOYING CULTURAL VISITScondence in a justice system depends upon its perception of the manage them effectively integrity and standards of ethical behaviour and professional conduct Put in place strategies to reduce any corruption in your judiciaryIN PREVIOUS YEARS DURING THEIR TRAININGdemonstrated by the judiciary within their official role and in their Establish fair, transparent and effective recruitment,private life. performance evaluation and disciplinary processes that meet internationally recognised standards Key elements in establishing integrity are high quality procedures for Establish and maintain a productive relationship between thejudicial appointments, investigating complaints about judicialjudiciary and the media behaviour as well as ensuring the fair and transparent conduct ofproceedings. At the same time, safeguards are required to protectKEY TOPICS judicial independence. Examining internationally recognised standards of ethical behaviour and judicial conduct This new programme explores the key principles and recognised Developing judicial codes of conduct, guidance, monitoringstandards of ethical legal and judicial behaviour and examines and training suitable frameworks to promote their importance and secure the Designing fair and transparent judicial recruitment anddemonstration of proper judicial conduct. performance evaluation processesCombating corruption in judicial systems COURSE OBJECTIVES:On completion, you will be able to: Creating a system for dealing fairly with complaints about Dene the recognised principles and standards of ethicaljudicial behaviourbehaviour and judicial conduct required to uphold principles ofUnderstanding the working relationship between the judiciary independence, equality, diversity and fairness both in andand the mediaoutside of the court environmentExamine the need for clearly dened codes of conduct based on This is week two of The Judicial Case Management and Legal Ethicscommon judicial values to establish clear standards of Toolkit. behaviour that promote judicial independence whilst DURATION FEEDATEsafeguarding the integrity of the judicial system and its staffAssess judicial accountability and undertake performance 5 days 2,495 DATES ON DEMAND evaluation 108e: email@example.com: +44 (0)20 3940 4300'