Forum groups present their findings

Forum groups present their findings 16 December 2013

During the recent Innovating Justice Forum 2013, we split up our participants into parallel break-out sessions to work on five threads dedicated to court innovation. How could courts adapt?

Innovating Procedures talked about building a well running "adjudication factory": Which procedures really address current needs and are truly effective? Which alternatives are out there? How can you develop smarter procedures? How do you build a smart and well-running court organisation around these processes?

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Supporting Technology
looked at using technology wisely: How can you bring your procedures online? How can you build your IT infrastructure in a clever way?

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Sustainable Funding concentrated on which innovative business models, revenue and financing solutions exist? Which suit your needs? What are the incentives you can work with? Are there new ways of financing dispute management?

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Accountability & Responsiveness asked how to stay in touch with your stakeholders: How do you make sure you understand the needs of stakeholders? How do you inform them about what you are doing and about the results you produce? Should judges only speak through decisions? What are the special challenges for international courts?

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Architecture & Design was about shaping courts: What does the current and future role of courts in society mean for the physical environment: buildings and their attributes.

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