A4ID’s ROLE UK Programme and the Judiciary of England and Wales are hosting a virtual roundtable discussion to explore the values, strategies, challenges and solutions of implementing judicial peer-to-peer approaches, to share knowledge and experience towards improving the rule of law globally. Chaired by Sir Robin Knowles from the High Court of England and Wales, the event will be structured around opening statements and panel discussions led by Justices from Uganda, The Gambia and Sierra Leone.
- Lord Justice Flaux, Lead Judge for International Relations, Judiciary of England and Wales
- Yasmin Batliwala, Chief Executive, A4ID
- Mr. Justice Knowles CBE, Judge of the High Court of England and Wales
- Hon. Bart Magunda Katureebe, Former Chief Justice of Uganda
- Justice Jawara Alami, Judge of the High Court of The Gambia
- Judge Reginald Fynn, Justice of the Court of Appeal of Sierra Leone
- Judge Karp, International Training Coordinator, Judicial College
- Catherine Flew, Independent Governance Consultant and author of Judicial Peer-to-Peer Learning to Strengthen the Rule of Law
The Roundtable marks the launch of the ROLE UK Programme’s new guide on Judicial Peer-to-Peer Learning to Strengthen the Rule of Law. Discussions will build on the recommendations of this guide to consider the means and practicalities of delivering technical support to judges and international judiciaries.
In championing peer-to-peer learning, participants will further rule of law pathways in the areas of equality and social justice; conflict and security; accountability and democracy; and growth and investment, all the while progressing SDG 16 on peace, justice and strong institutions.
A4ID and the Judiciary of England and Wales hope to foster an open and inclusive forum for the sharing of best practices on international ‘judgecraft’, offering a virtual platform to communicate experiences, personal approaches and learning methods.
To register for this event please contact email@example.com.