Supreme Court of Turkmenistan Meets Colleagues from the FieldNov 27, 2017
Tallinn, Estonia, 20-24 November 2017: The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Supreme Court of Turkmenistan work together to introduce the electronic management system in the courts. As part of the joint project, a delegation of the judges and staff from the Supreme Court of Turkmenistan and Kopetdag district court of Ashgabat undertook a field trip to Estonia organized by the e-Governance Academy (eGA) to get acquainted with the Estonian court system and to meet colleagues from the field.
During the visit, the delegation took part in the meetings in different organizations, including Ministry of Justice, Centre of Registers and Information Systems, County Courts in Tallinn and Tartu, as well as in Supreme Court and University of Tartu. Delegates also discussed the details and technical peculiarities of introduction of the e-governance, such as ID card solution, digital key, e-File for court solution and digitization of all data for sharing.
The joint project between UNDP and the Supreme Court of Turkmenistan “Cooperation in implementation of the NHRAP for 2016-2020 in the area of rule of law and the access to justice” is funded by UNDP. The project is funded by the Catalytic Fund, with the financial support of the Government of Turkey and through the Funding Windows of UNDP that supports governance for peaceful and inclusive societies programmes.
The e-Governance Academy (eGA) is a non-profit non-government organization founded for creation and transfer of knowledge on e-governance. The eGA was initiated in 2002 by the United Nation Development Programme (UNDP), Open Society Institute (OSI) and Estonian Government. The EGA provides a platform for analysing and systematizing both international and domestic experience into forms of knowledge that can be transferred to those interested both in Estonia and abroad. The EGA has extensive experience in research, training and consulting top civil servants in various regions all over the world. During the year 2002-2017 eGA has shared e-governance experience in more than 60 countries.Contact information
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