23 May 2019
Applications Now Open for Matra RoLT Training: “Detention and Alternative Sanctions”
Working Towards Independence of the Judiciary in Armenia: Interview with Hayk Hovhannisyan 2019 ROLT Alumni
21 May 2019Interview on the future of rule of law in Armenia with Hayk Hovhannisyan, Supreme Judicial Council of Armenia Member. and one of the first ROLT participants from Armenia.
Applications Open for Trainings: “Decentralisation and Citizen Participation” &“Public Finance Management”
14 March 2019Applications are now open for Matra Rule of Law Trainings "Decentralisation and Citizen Participation" and "Public Finance Management" to be held 19–28 June 2019. Deadlines: 14 April and 21 April.
Applications Now Open for the Matra RoLT Training: “Human Rights and Minorities”
22 January 2019NHC is now accepting applications for the 2019 Matra Rule of Law Training Human Rights and Minorities.
Rule of Law is Not Only a National Matter
21 December 2018The 2018 Rule of Law Training Alumni Day took place in Belgrade this year. Participants discussed the rule of law and important role civil servants play in its functioning.
Matra Rule of Law Training: Expanded and Extended to Armenia
23 November 2018The Matra Rule of Law Training Programme has been extended until 2020 and expanded to participants from Armenia.
Applications Now Open for Two Matra RoLT Trainings: “Integrity of Civil Servants” and “Administration of Justice”
19 November 2018Applications now open for 2019 Matra Rule of Law Training Programmes: Integrity of Civil Servants & Administration of Justice, held March 2019.
Director Generals of Prison Administration from Albania, Kosovo and North Macedonia Meet in The Hague for Juvenile Detention Reform
15 November 2018NHC hosts a meeting of Prison Director Generals from Albania, Kosovo, and Macedonia in The Hague to discuss Juvenile Detention Reform.
Final Matra Rule of Law Training Programme of 2018 on Detention and Alternative Sanctions
16 October 2018In October 2018 the final Matra ROLT programme of the year took place. For the first time the topic of Detention and Alternative Sanctions was presented to participants.