How to access the monitoring of the judicial and prosecutorial system: A practical manual

October 26, 2021

This manual serves as a guide for the organization, methodology, and
form of monitoring court cases in the courts in the Republic of Kosovo.
In addition, the manual addresses the role, tasks, and responsibilities
of the monitor while performing their tasks, issues of the methodology
of drafting monitoring reports, and provides summarized explanations
of aspects, such as data/information collection, how to draft brief and
broad analysis, and especially concretely addresses the types and kinds
that characterize the monitoring work.

Another aspect of special importance that this manual emphasizes is
the code of ethics of the monitor, which is summarized in 10 categories
that serve to conduct fair, correct, and professional monitoring.
In conclusion, the manual addresses the issue of monitoring the
implementation of recommendations that are provided when
publishing legal analysis and which mainly serve as an evaluation
parameter to measure the effectiveness and productivity of the
implemented monitoring. Through this action, the implementation of
the recommendations that follow during the drafting and publication
of an analysis is monitored as a better way of reflecting the impact of
the recommendations in the justice system, namely, the analysis of
case law and the fact of how likely it is for a certain recommendation
to be implemented in real life.

This Manual is produced within the framework of the project titled: “Increasing demand for access to justice in Kosovo through an active citizenry” supported by the US Department of State – Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL).

For the Albanian version, please click here.

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