Integrity, Independence and Accountability of the Judiciary – Centre of Expertise Programme
Phase II – Country Pilots and Global Report: 18 – 24 months
Global Knowledge and Policy Work
Existing partnerships and opportunities for media
engagement are further developed.
The knowledge help-desk function of the Centre is
responding to an increasing number of enquiries from
within and outside the TI Movement.
A ‘Global Judicial Independence Measure’ (JIM)
methodology is developed and launched by the TI
Secretariat (with TI Romania support).
A global coalition starts being formed to collectively
advocate for judicial reforms. Monitoring and evaluation
of global activities commences.
A global fundraising plan for future Programme
expansion is developed and starts to be implemented.
Communication and coordination with pilot TI Chapters
and other interested TI Chapters is ongoing.
Existing tools are adapted for implementation by other
interested TI Chapters.
An interim evaluation of global knowledge and policy
work is implemented to inform future implementation
(and potential expansion) of the Programme.
Pilot country project interventions are
conducted and pilot TI Chapters scale up their
outreach and initiate advocacy (with strong
focus on people and other stakeholder
Pilot TI Chapters start contributing to collective
and international advocacy.
Fundraising strategies are developed by each
pilot TI Chapter to complement global
fundraising efforts and ensure the sustainability
of their work.
An interim evaluation of national level work is
implemented to inform future direction of
national level aspects of the Programme and to
inform the refinement of existing tools.
A second group of TI Chapters engages in
knowledge-based advocacy campaigns at the
national level. Additional TI Chapters and other
organisations are invited to join the
New multi-country projects involving additional
TI Chapters and focusing on specific themes
identified as particularly relevant in phase I are
developed for future implementation.
Provision of training services and/or
technical assistance is piloted.
Competent judicial experts and trainers
are identified in each region in
consultation with national TI Chapters.
An evaluation of training services is
implemented to guide future direction.