Grant Competition on Monitoring High Council of Justice Judicial Discipline Practice

USAID Nove Pravosuddya Justice Sector Reform Program announces a competition for grant applications for monitoring of judicial disciplinary practice by civil society organization being implemented in the light of increased accountability of judges and enforceability of judicial ethics to check the consistency of the High Council of Judges (HCJ) disciplinary case law and its policy to safeguard the due process for judges in question.

The objective of the activity is to engage civil society organizations in monitoring the HCJ judicial discipline practice and related court decisions in case judges appeal against the HCJ decisions in disciplinary cases; as well as in increasing awareness of the civil society organizations on the progress made about judicial reform with respect to strengthening judicial accountability and improving judicial ethics enforcement mechanisms.

New Justice Program awarding 1 grant up to 400 thousand UAH, but the final amount will depend upon grant activities scope and final negotiations and may be lower or higher than that range.

The project activities funded by the grant should tentatively start on November 9, 2020 and cannot exceed 5 months. The applications must be submitted no later than October 9, 2020, by 6:00 p.m.

Request for applications, required forms can be downloaded below.

1_RFA-12_Monitoring_Judicial_Discipline_2020_Eng_final.pdf
2_Annex_A_Grant_Application_Template_RFA-12_Eng.docx
3_Annex_Grant_Application_Budget_Form_Eng.xlsx
4_Annex_Grantee Applicant Self Assessment Form_NJ_Eng.docx
5_Annex_RFA_certifications_Eng_July2020.doc