The evaluation of the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism (CVM) in Justice
Period of implementation: January 2010 – September 2010
For the first time in Romania, the project made a comparative analysis of the real effects generated by CVM over vital sectors for anticorruption policies in Romania.
Project’s research activities documented the practical effects of CVM compared with the initial intentions of the European Commission. The last section of the project included advocacy and recommendations regarding the post-2009 CVM. It was an opportunity for civil society and for Romanian institutions to contribute to these policies where it matters – in Bruxelles. The final conference
The project will evaluate the CVM effects in the following areas:
- The Capacity of the Superior Council of Magistrates to develop and implement ethical and integrity standards
- The evolution of human resources policies in justice and their effects anti-corruption field.
- The effects of the CVM over political dynamic in Romania
- The overall analysis of efficiency of EU conditionalities for Romania (for justice)
Donor: Project developed together with Romanian Academic Society.