The Canadian-funded Judicial Reform and Institutional Strengthening (JURIST) Project will host virtual training on use of the regional Knowledge Management System (KMS) from December 9 – 14, 2020.
The Project has developed a KMS that is geared towards harnessing all the
information assets and intellectual property in the region, in the area of judicial reform. The KMS is an Information Technology (IT) system which will be accessed through the websites of judiciaries, the CCJ and the JURIST Project and serves as a storage and retrieval mechanism for all types of information relevant to judicial reform and judiciaries in the region.
The KMS will serve as a tool to foster a culture of sharing of information across the region and countries will have secure, permission-based access to information generated from the JURIST Project and judiciaries. It will also ensure that once the Project has ended, all information collected is archived and is easily accessible in one place, to enable informed
decisions and improved efficiency by reducing the need to rediscover knowledge and ensure sustainability.
The training will be Train-the-Trainers sessions and will be focused as follows: