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PODCAST on Judicial Independence

15 Feb 2024

International Commission of Jurists - Europe and Central Asia Programme - is pleased to share with you the latest episode of their Judicial IndependencePodcast.
In Episode 6,Radmila Dragicevic-Dicic, a Supreme Court Judge in Serbia and ICJ Commissioner,shares her experience with freedom of association and expression of the judges, under the Slobodan Milosevic regime and in the years afterthatin Serbia and accross the world.

Please click on theYouTubeorSpotifylinks to listen to the episode.It can perhaps be interesting for you and your colleagues.

The Podcast isorganised as part ofourRuleof Law for Lawyers (ROLL)project,seeking to promote independent and effective judicial system to protect fundamental rights by strengthening the knowledge and ability of lawyers and civil society organizations in national and European strategic litigation.

Also, you are more than welcome to listen to previous episodes on ourYouTubeandSpotifychannels:

  • Episode 1 on judicial independence and strategic litigation with Róisín Pillay –International human rights lawyer and former Director of the Europe and Central Asia programme of the ICJ;
  • Episode 2 on the rule of law situation in Poland with Michał Wawrykiewicz –Polish lawyer, specialised in human rights and EU law and the co-founder of the Free Courts Initiative;
  • Episode 3 on the EU Article 7 proceedings with Natacha Kazatchkine –Senior Policy Analyst in Open Society Foundations;
  • Episode 4 on Garzon v Spain case with Prof. Helen Duffy –Human Rights lawyer, Director of Human Rights In Practice, Professor of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights at Leiden University;
  • Episode 5 on the rule of law situation in Hungary with Gabor Hacsi –Legal Officer and Rule of Law expert at Amnesty International Hungary.

Enjoy your listening!
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