Support to justice reform in Morocco: EU funds court clerks training sessions

April 18, 2018
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The Council of Europe’s European Commission for the efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ) organised last week in Marrakech a new training session addressed to Moroccan court clerks, in the framework of the EU-funded support programme to justice reform in Morocco.

The training session, which focused on the role of the Registry in courts’ management, targeted the South region. A second session will be held on 3-4 May in Fes and will target the North.

Each two-day training session covers the following topics:

  • The roles and attributions of the court’s Secretary-General and the management dialogue;
  • The human resources management;
  • The internal and external communication and the archives management.

This training session falls in line with the previous sessions which were held in October, November and December 2017 in Tanger, El Jadia and Agadir and targeted all the Moroccan judicial officials.

This training, developed by CEPEJ in cooperation with the Moroccan ministry of justice, comes within the framework of the project “Improving the functioning of justice in Morocco on the basis of the tools developed by the European commission for the efficiency of justice”, funded by the European Union, co-funded by the Council of Europe and implemented by CEPEJ.

The European Union stand by Morocco through the Budget Support programme to the sector of justice in order to bring assistance to the implementation of the reform of justice which results in an important institutional reorganisation of the justice administration.


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Press release

Support Programme to the justice sector

EU Delegation to Morocco

Countries covered:

  • Morocco