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Kazakhstan - Justice Sector Institutional Strengthening Project (Inglês)

The development objectives of the Justice Sector Institutional Strengthening Project for Kazakhstan are to: (a) strengthen the institutional capacity of selected agencies for effective implementation of selected laws; and (b) improve the efficiency, transparency of, and access to selected public services in the justice sector. The project has four components. The first component, strengthening the implementation of key elements of the legal and institutional framework will help to reduce the state intrusion in the functioning of Kazakhstan's private sector, enable self-regulation of professional bodies, and introduce modern, transparent dispute resolution systems. It comprises of following three sub-components: (i) strengthen the institutional capacity of the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) and other agencies carrying out functions under the draft commercial code, the administrative offences code, and the penal code; (ii) supports selected agencies in drafting of a law on self-regulated professional organizations, and associated regulations; and (iii) support MOJ and other agencies efforts to improve legislative drafting policies, processes, and capacity. The second component, improving MOJ service quality and responsiveness comprises of following five sub-components: (i) strengthen the capacity of the MOJ, including but not limited to: carrying out periodic institutional self-assessments; carrying out annual public surveys to assess public trust in the MOJ and other justice institutions; development and implementation of a comprehensive performance monitoring framework; development of a comprehensive communications strategy and capacity; the development and implementation of an operational roadmap for the MOJ; and developing monitoring and evaluation systems; (ii) support the MOJ in improving forensic capability and the enforcement of judicial decisions; (iii) improve public registration services under the MOJ, including for real property; (iv) supports the MOJ in improving access to legal aid; and (v) support the MOJ and relevant agencies in the development of: a strategy to support socio-economic re-integration of former offenders, including through employment opportunities; and technical specifications for a penitentiaries' information system to improve interconnectivity with courts and selected agencies for effective case processing. The third component, strengthening judicial efficiency and professionalism comprises of following two sub-components: (i) support efforts by selected high-volume courts and the Supreme Court to improve operational efficiency; and (ii) support the improvement of the capacity of the institute of justice and selected agencies for training judges and judicial staff, for undertaking institutional assessments, surveys and policy research, and preparing strategies and action plans; and the design and delivery of sensitization training and workshops for judges and other justice stakeholders on social inclusion and gender issues and on other challenges affecting vulnerable groups. The fourth component, project implementation, coordination, and fellowships has following two sub-components: (i) finances consultants' services, training, and incremental operating costs for the MOJ to implement, manage, coordinate, monitor and evaluate the project; and (ii) finances a pilot fellowship grants program for mid-career professionals from justice sector agencies, to expose them to global knowledge and international good practices in reform design and implementation.


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    Kazakhstan - Justice Sector Institutional Strengthening Project

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    public trust and confidence in the justice system;Poverty and Social Impact Assessment;poverty and social impact analysis;Business Environment and Enterprise Performance Survey;Life in Transition Survey;Access to Law and Justice;protection of intellectual property right;Legal Aid;monitoring and evaluation system;justice sector;Public Sector Institutional Reform;quality of public service;Risks and Mitigation Measures;monitoring and evaluation arrangement;Cost of Doing Business;Legal and Judicial Reform;access to international market;small and medium enterprise;information and communication technology;access to judicial service;Rule of Law;Public Sector Governance;law and regulation;international good practice;access to justice;resolution of dispute;access to information;alternative dispute resolution;Private Sector Growth;judicial decision;national legal system;condition of effectiveness;cost of administration;readiness for implementation;technical assistance provider;safeguard policy;benefit to society;internationally accepted accounting;improvements in efficiency;unaudited financial statement;accounting and reporting;risk of corruption;information and awareness;justice sector reform;transfer of knowledge;flow of fund;civil justice system;state budget expenditures;reduction of cost;international development agency;Standard Bidding Documents;council of europe;dispute resolution system;opportunities for corruption;criminal procedure code;delay in procurement;legislation and regulation;international governance standard;global economic crisis;benefits for businesses;Investment Project Financing;benefits for woman;human rights treaty;small claims court;corruption in government;public procurement law;Safeguard Policies;Justice Systems;vulnerable group;pilot court;Justice Reform;



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