New Podcasts to Prevent Corruption in Judiciaries
The Global Judicial Integrity Network has introduced a new series of podcasts to promote peer-learning and the exchange of good practices in strengthening and upholding judicial integrity. Relevant experts will give their views on specific thematic issues of judicial integrity.
Article 11 of the UN Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) calls for boosting integrity and preventing corruption in judiciaries. To this end, UNODC supports the fulfillment of Bangalore Principles of Judicial Conduct and built the Global Judicial Integrity Network.
[ The Integrity Bulletin Launched to Cover Corruption Issues ]
Recently, U.S. Judge Virginia Kendall was interviewed by Roberta Solis from the Global Judicial Integrity Network on how to incorporate judges’ use of social media into judicial training courses.
Topics include how to structure training courses and apply existing codes of conduct to social media issues, as well as the potential concerns with judges’ use of social media.
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