The Moroccan Higher Judiciary Institute hosted yesterday the launching ceremony of the twinning project “Support to the institutional reform and capacity building of the Higher Judiciary Institute”.
This institutional twinning will last 24 months (November 2017-November 2019) with €1.2 million in funding provided by the European Union and managed by the Moroccan ministry of Economy and Finances.
The present twinning is the result of the cooperation between the Moroccan Higher Judiciary Institute and a consortium France-Belgium-Spain. It will allow to mobilize fifty experts from three countries and to benefit from the experience of their respective training institutes to build the Higher Judiciary Institute of the future, in accordance with the recommendations of the reform Charter of the Moroccan judiciary system, as well as with the European standards in terms of justice professionals training.
70 missions and 5 study trips are planned to help the Higher Judiciary Institute acquire the European and international best practices in terms of governance, training and communication.
This cooperation will lead to the development of technical fiches, practical guides, models and several other tools, created during the appraisals and translated in Arabic.