The European Union is a rich tapestry of cultures and traditions — also regarding its justice systems. While research, analysis and indicators on member states' judiciary systems abound, the information is scattered across legal documents, scholarly journals, a myriad of rankings and surveys, and many more sources.
This is why Democracy Reporting International, under the re:constitution project and with support by Stiftung Mercator, created the Judiciary Hub, a go-to resource for experts and professionals trying to decode Europe's judicial maze. In the face of mounting challenges to the rule of law and increased dis/misinformation around the topic, the Hub offers facts, analysis, and reliable sources to facilitate informed discussions.
The Judiciary Hub provides:
- A user-friendly map for accessing data and rankings.
- In-depth profiles of member states' justice systems.
- Comparisons between states.
- The latest updates to keep users well-informed,
We launched our tool with a special online event and took this opportunity to delve into a critical conversation about the complexities of communicating the rule of law. The event brought together researchers and practitioners for a meaningful discussion on this matter:
- Jakub Jaraczewski | Research Coordinator at Democracy Reporting International
- Nino Tsereteli | Research Officer at Democracy Reporting International
As well as esteemed guest speakers:
- Barbara Grabowska-Moroz | Research Fellow at CEU Democracy Institute
- Marta Pardavi | Co-Chair of Hungarian Helsinki Committee
- Daniel Tilles | Chief Editor of Notes From Poland
Watch the launch event recoridng below: