Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Novi Sad
The Judicial Academy orgnized a training entitled Acquiring specialized knowledge in the area of the rights of the child at the Appellate Court in Novi Sad on 29 March 2019.


Acquiring specialized knowledge in the area of the rights of the child - Source: Judicial Academy
 
The training was orgnized for judges of the civil branches in the jurisdiction of the Novi Sad Appellate Court, and the topics discussed during this training included:
  • Preparation of a child for appearance before the court and the role of the court in such preparations;
  • Hearing of a child;
  • Free expression of child’s opinion before the court – forming and expression of an opinion, assessment of the opinion, communication with a child;
  • Surrendering a minor and child custody removal – the process of planning and its participants and assessment of the best interest of the child.

The lecturers on this training were Ljiljana Marković, a child pedagogist and Mikaina Stevanović, a special edcation pedagogist.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Novi Sad

On 27 February 2019, in Novi Sad, in the Appellate Court of Novi Sad, the Judicial Academy and the „EU for Serbia – Support to the Supreme Court of Cassation“ project provided the training for the judges, judicial associates, and the employees in the appellate courts. The purpose of the training was to train the judges and the employees in the appellate courts to efficiently and effectively use the electronic database on the case law.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Novi Sad
On 27 February 2019, in Novi Sad, in the Appellate Court of Novi Sad, the Judicial Academy and the „EU for Serbia – Support to the Supreme Court of Cassation“ project provided the training for the judges, judicial associates, and the employees in the appellate courts. The purpose of the training was to train the judges and the employees in the appellate courts to efficiently and effectively use the electronic database on the case law.
 
The presentation was held for the judges, judicial associates, and the employees in the Appellate Court in Novi Sad, in two shifts – one starting at 10:00 a.m. and the other at 13:00 hours in order to enable as many participants as possible to attend the training course.
The presentation of the electronic database on the case law and the methods of work was made by the ICT experts of the „EU for Serbia – Support to the Supreme Court of Cassation“ project - Dragan Obrenović, Senior ICT Expert, and Darko Mihajlović, Junior ICT Expert.
 
Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Novi Sad
On 14 March 2019, the Judicial Academy and the Project EU for Serbia - Support to the Supreme Court of Cassation organized at the Appelate Court in Novi Sad a training entitled Judicial Skills 2 – Case Management.
 
 
 
Judicial skills 2 – Case management - Source: Judicial Academy
The training was intended for judges of executive departmetns of the basic courts in the Novi Sad appelate jurisdiction, and the following topics were discussed on the occasion:
  • Backlog reduction and prevention
  • Data management – how to read the court statistics
  • Judge’s individual plan for baclog reduction

The lecturers on this training were Božidar Vujićić, the Judge of the Supreme Court of Cassation and Snežana Andrejević, the Judge (retired) of the Supreme Court of Cassation.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Novi Sad
The Judicial Academy, together with the Ministry of Justice organized a training entitled Application of the Law on the Prevention of Domestic Violence at the Appellate Court in Novi Sad on 12 April 2019.
 
 
Law on the Prevention of Domestic Violence - Source: Judicial Academy
The training was attended by judges, deputy public prosecutors, judges of misdemeanour courts from basic courts and high courts, prosecutors’ offices and misdemeanour courts within the Novi Sad Appellate Court jurisdiction.
The topics discussed during the training included:
  • International and the latest European standards against domestic violence;
  • The Law on the Prevention of Domestic Violence – action by competent government bodies i.e. the law enforcement, prosecutors’ offices and the courts;
  • Risk assessment;
  • Special insight into victims of violence, urgent measures and multi-sectoral cooperation through work of the Coordination and cooperation group of contact persons.

The lecturers on this training were Olivera Pejak-Prokeš, an Appellate Court judge in Novi Sad and Slobodan Josimović, Deputy Public Prosecutor in Novi Sad.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Kragujevac

The Judicial Academy organized training on the topic of the Law on the Prevention of Domestic Violence, at Hotel Kragujevac on 22 April 2019.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Kragujevac
The Judicial Academy organized training on the topic of the Law on the Prevention of Domestic Violence, at Hotel Kragujevac on 22 April 2019.
 

 
Law on the Prevention of Domestic Violence - Source: Judicial Academy
The training was attended by deputy public prosecutors of Basic and High Prosecutor’s Offices within Kragujevac Appellate Court jurisdiction.
The topics discussed during the training included:
  • International and the latest European standards against domestic violence;
  • The Law on the Prevention of Domestic Violence – action by competent government bodies i.e. the law enforcement, prosecutor’s offices and the courts;
  • Risk assessment with a special insight into victims of violence;
  • Urgent measures;
  • Multi-sectoral cooperation through work of the Coordination and cooperation group of contact persons.

The lecturers on this training were Željko Radibratović, Deputy Appellate Public Prosecutor in Kragujevac and Biljana Gavrilović, a judge of the Misdemeanour Appellate Court in Kragujevac.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Novi Sad
The Judicial Academy, together with the Ministry of Justice organized a training entitled the Law on the Prevention of Domestic Violence. The training was held at the Appellate Court in Novi Sad on 19 April 2019.
 

 
Law on the Prevention of Domestic Violence - Source: Judicial Academy
The training was attended by judges, deputy public prosecutors of Basic Courts and High Courts and Prosecutor’s Offices within the Novi Sad Appellate Court jurisdiction.
The topics discussed during the training included:
  • International and the latest European standards against domestic violence;
  • The Law on the Prevention of Domestic Violence – action by competent government bodies i.e. the law enforcement, prosecutor’s offices and the courts;
  • Risk assessment with a special insight into victims of violence;
  • Urgent measures;
  • Multi-sectoral cooperation through work of the Coordination and cooperation group of contact persons.

The lecturers on this training were Olivera Pejak-Prokeš, an Appellate Court judge in Novi Sad and Marica Dujin, Deputy Appellate Public Prosecutor in Novi Sad.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Novi Sad

The Judicial Academy organised training entitled Mentorship-2nd Cycle of Training. The training was organised at the Appellate Court premises in Novi Sad on 30 May and 31 May.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Novi Sad

The Judicial Academy organised training entitled Mentorship-2nd Cycle of Training. The training was organised at the Appellate Court premises in Novi Sad on 30 May and 31 May.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Novi Sad
In cooperation with the World Bank, the Judicial Academy organized a training entitled Orderliness and Lawfulness of a Pre-pack Reorganization Plan at the Appellate Court in Novi Sad on 29 March 2019.
 

Orderliness and Lawfulness of a Pre-pack Reorganization Plan - Source: Judicial Academy
The training was organized for judges and judges' assistants of commercial courts from the jurisdiction of the Novi Sad Appellate Court.
The lecturers on this training were Duška Ilić and Tatjana Đurica, judges of the Commercial Appellate Court.
Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Niš

The Judicial Academy organized a training on Presentation of the new Law on prevention of family violence for judges, public prosecutors and deputy public prosecutors from the territory of the Niš Appellate Court. The training was held at the Judicial Academy Hall in Niš on 27 March 2019.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Niš
The Judicial Academy organized a training on Presentation of the new Law on prevention of family violence for judges, public prosecutors and deputy public prosecutors from the territory of the Niš Appellate Court. The training was held at the Judicial Academy Hall in Niš on 27 March 2019.
 
 
Presentation of the new Law on Prevention of Family Violence - Source: Judicial Academy
The topics discussed during the training included:
  • UN Convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women;
  • The Council of Europe Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence (also known as the Istanbul Convention);
  • Risk assessment; urgent measures (types, grounds for issuing, duration and violations);
  • Multi-sectoral cooperation through the work of the Coordination and cooperation group of contact persons.

The lecturers on this training were Snežana Milošević, an Appellate Court judge in Niš and Mića Stamenković, a Deputy Appellate Public Prosecutor in Niš.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Belgrade

One-day seminar on the topic of The Prevention of Family Violence was organized for judges and deputy prosecutors by the Judicial Academy at its premises on 4 April 2019.

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