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Knowledge for Justice



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Projects on demand

IRISG provides assistance in the design, implementation and monitoring of structural and procedural reforms, and in the planning and testing of technologies in courts and in the prosecutor’s office. In this framework, national and international organizations have engaged IRSIG in extensive empirical field research to improve the functioning of the administration of justice or asked for advice and expertise in different fields of judicial reform.

Main projects

  • Delay reduction in the Court of Appeal in Bologna (Piano Strategico Metropolitano di Bologna) - 2014/2015
  • Users and users’ survey in judicial performance evaluation (Pacific Judicial Development Programme, Family Court of Australia) - 2014
  • e-justice development and civil procedure reform (Ministry of Justice Chile Project) - 2014
  • The role of new technologies in the transformation of judicial systems (Inter-American Development Bank Project) - 2013-2014
  • Criminal Justice reform in Vietnam (British Council) - 2012/2014
  • The functioning of judicial systems and economy development (European Commission and Council of Europe Project) - 2012/2014
  • Support the process of criminal justice reform in Libya. Towards the development of case management system (United Nation Development Programme, UNODC Libya) - 2012
  • Analysis on the results delivered by the scientific experts appointed to complete the report of the European judicial system - edition 2010 (CEPEJ, Council of Europe Project) - 2011
  • The lengths of proceedings in second instance courts (CEPEJ, Council of Europe Project) - 2010/2015
  • Assessment of the existing mechanisms of judicial performance evaluation in Ghana and Kenia (German Technical Cooperation GTZ/GIZ Project) - 2010/2012
  • Judicial performance evaluation in Zambia, Nigeria, Georgia (UNODC, German Technical Cooperation GTZ/GIZ Project) - 2010/2011
  • Assistence the government of Seychelles in reviewing its existing Case Management System (UNODC Project) - 2010
  • Identification of Best Practices on the Use of New Technologies in Judicial Sector (Inter-American Development Bank Project) - 2010
  • Access and Fairness in Albanian Civil Courts (OSCE Project) - 2009
  • Assessment of the Portugal policy on caseflow and delay reduction of judicial proceedings (CEPEJ Council of Europe Project) - 2009
  • Assessment and recommendations for the monitoring and improving of the case assignment system in the Bulgarian Courts (European Social Found Project) - 2009
  • Technical guide on strengthening judicial capacity and integrity (UNDOC Project) – 2007/2009
  • Electronic filing of criminal complaints from police stations to public prosecutors’ offices: evaluation of institutional a organisational impacts, in collaboration with Formit e Telecom Italia. (Ministry of Justice, Italy, Project) – 2006/2008
  • Statistical analysis on the efficiency of justice in Europe (CEPEJ-Saturn Council of Europe Project) – 2008
  • Compendium of ‘best practices’ on time management of judicial proceedings (CEPEJ Council of Europe) – 2006
  • Case assignment in European Courts, in collaboration with Law Faculty, Utrecht University, Westminster University  London, Université Paris I, Hochshule fur Rechtspfleger and the University of Copenaghen (Dutch Judicial Council Project) – 2005
  • International comparative study on allocation of cases to and within courts, in collaboration with Faculty of Law University of Utrecht,  in collaboration with Austrian Ministry of Justice, University of Coimbra (PT), Anglia Politechnic (UK), Ecole Nationale de l’Administration Publique Québec (CAN), Norwegian National Court Administration norvegese (Ministry of Justice, The Netherlands, Project) – 2004
  • Delay in judicial proceedings: a preliminary inquiry into the relation between the demands of the reasonable time requirements of article 6, 1 ECHR and their consequences for judges and judicial administration in the civil, criminal and administrative justice chains (CEPEJ – Council of Europe) – 2003
  • Design and practical experimentation of the web based training platform of the Italian Ministry of Justice, in collaboration with CINECA, CIRSFID and CeSROG University of Bologna (Ministry of Justice, Italy, Project) – 1999/2003
  • Statistical and financial indicators about the Italian justice system (World Bank Project) ‑ 2002
  • The rationalisation of judicial statistics (Council of Ministers Presidency Project)  ‑ 1998
  • Judicial reform in the Republic of Venezuela (World Bank Project) – 1998
  • Feasibility study for the implementation of the Legal Aid Program for the Region Emilia-Romagna (Region Emilia-Romagna Project) – 1995
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