ENCJ

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ENCJEuropean Network of Councils for the Judiciary (The Hague, The Netherlands)
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Particularly interesting is the European Network of Councils for the Judiciary (henceforth ENCJ), that unites the national institutions of Member States (and candidate Member States) of the European Union which are independent from the executive and legislature, and are responsible for the support of the judiciaries in the independent delivery of justice.
The ENCJ, which today boasts 17 members (the member states that have a judiciary organised into a governing council) and many observers, was recognised in 2007 as an international non-profit organisation under Belgian law and is subsidised by the European Union under the 2007-2013 Civil Justice programme.
The inauguration was an opportunity for the President of the ENCJ, Justice Thomas, to recall a few areas of work that are important to him, such as transparency and access to justice, the responsibility and ethics of judges, e-justice and the European Union's criminal policies.