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Norwegian Courts Administration

Country: Norway

The Norwegian Courts Administration (NCA) is donor programme partner in programmes within judicial capacity building and cooperation in Lithuania, Poland and Romania.



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Contact person Mr Audun Hognes Berg
Telephone +47 73 56 70 59 / +47 91 86 68 63

About the programme area - Judicial Capacity Building and Cooperation programme

The programmes have an overall objective to contribute to a fairer and more efficient judicial system.

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About the programmes

The Norwegian Courts Administration are cooperated together with the different programme operators in developing and implementing the programmes. The Norwegian Courts Administration also acts as a project partner in some of the pre-defined projects.

Lithuania: The focus of the programme is on the improvement of security in courts and victims’ rights.

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Poland: The programme look at promoting alternative ways of resolving disputes.

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Romania:In this programme attention is given to the measures to strengthen the judicial system.

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In these three programmes all projects are pre-defined. Hence, there are no possibilities for project partnerships through open calls within the programmes.

About the Norwegian Courts Administration

The Norwegian Courts Administration (NCA) is the central administration of all the ordinary courts of Norway as well as the land consolidation courts. The NCA provides the courts with administrative support and plays an important role in developing strategic plans that enable the courts to meet the challenges they face.

The NCA has a strong focus on the importance of creating a culture of efficiency and quality in Norwegian Courts. In order to achieve this recruitment of court presidents and court administrators with administrative qualifications as well as initial and continuous training of judges and court staff has played an important role. In addition there is a continuous work being carried out to improve the comprehensive case management system for all of the first and second instance courts which was designed especially for facilitating a swift processing of cases and ensuring high quality case management.