Bringing together distinguished international and domestic delegates, the international conference discussed key achievements made in terms of Uzbekistan’s Five-Area Development Strategy for 2017-2021 and the ‘Rule of Law Partnership in Uzbekistan’ project conducted by UNDP, USAID and the Supreme Court of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Crucially the event served to gather recommendations for on-going reform work in Uzbekistan’s legal sector and justice system.
Peace, justice, strong institutions and gender equality are important objectives of the Sustainable Development Agenda 2030. From this point, enhancing citizen engagement in public governance is crucial for building effective, accountable and inclusive institutions, as per SDG 16. Another important role of citizen engagement is to stimulate overarching partnerships between the government, private sector and civil society, as envisioned by the SDG 17.
The Supreme Court of Uzbekistan has launched its new official website (www.sud.uz), developed through the ‘Rule of Law Partnership in Uzbekistan’ project in collaboration with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The fully-interactive site provides comprehensive information and interactive services, and enhanced user data security for Uzbekistan’s citizens.
UNDP, GIZ, the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) and ‘Uzstandard’ Agency conducted the 3-day regional workshop for more than 90 representatives of public and private sector of Central Asia.
The action in the game takes place in 2150. By this time mankind completely depleted the ozone layer of the earth due to uncontrolled emissions of ozone-depleting substances into the atmosphere. This resulted in gradual disappearance of all life on Earth.
Fiscal transparency is becoming an increasingly important area of the public finance management reform in Uzbekistan. In close cooperation with the Ministry of Finance and with the financial support of the British Embassy in Tashkent, the UNDP project has prepared a publication “Citizens’ Budget 2018” and several infographics on budget and budget process and started developing the "Open Budget" portal.
Memorandum is aimed at strengthening the capacity of the Office of the Ombudsperson in fulfilling its mandates of promoting and protecting human rights in Uzbekistan in line with Paris and Belgrade Principles.

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