The session aims to highlight the importance of monitoring and public participation in court appointments as a judicial reform advocacy strategy shoring up experiences in different countries in Asia. Hosted by the Court Appointments Watch, a Philippine network advocating for a transparent and inclusive judicial appointments process, the session will aim to present the ways by which monitoring and participation in court appointments contribute directly and indirectly to judicial reform initiatives and eventually on ensuring access to justice especially among marginalized sectors. The session will also tackle similarities and differences in experiences and contexts of several countries in Asia and eventually define action points for collaboration, strategies, networking, and capacity building.


Main Session Philippines

Breakout session ACADEME intro slides

Breakout Session Capacity Building Framework Presentation

Breakout session CAPACITY BUILDING intro slides

Breakout session CSO intro slides

Court Appointments Main Session Indonesia

Court Appointments Session Intro Slides

Breakout session ACADEME




Topic: Strategies and Collaborations for Effective Monitoring and Participation in Court Appointments
Hosted By: Daniel Bald
Start: September 28, 2020 @ 12:00 pm
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Current Timezone: Asia/Bangkok

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