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The same international organizations and professional bodies have also carried out different assessments and evaluations to determine the exact level of human rights protection, performance and andministrative capacity of the judiciary.
As TI work on judiciary is knowledge based and aims at generating collective actions, it is crucial that this work acknowledges what has been done so far and build on it to further advocate for an enhanced capacity of the judiciary to sanction corruption.
A knowledge hub on judicial integrity, independence and accountability has been developed to:
The Judicial Wiki is the on-line platform where we collect and make available to the TI judicial community the existing knowledge, conventions, reports, analysis, articles, standards, professional opinions, methodologies, instruments and tools developed by us or by others.
Interested parties can share their own knowledge, seek for answers to their judicial questions and find the appropriate campaigning partners.
It provides timely and tailored answers to judiciary-related queries from Transparency International's movement as well as development practitioners, whenever the needed information is not available on the WIKI. It responds to emerging knowledge needs while mobilising the expertise available across our global network of anti-corruption experts and practitioners.
Questions are answered within ten working days in the form of short briefings, drawing on the expertise of our network of experts and practitioners.