Democratic Governance

  • Judicial Writing Manual Judicial Writing Manual This manual is intended to encourage judges and law clerks to think critically about their writing- not only about what to include and what to exclude but also about how to write well. We expect that newly appointed judges and law clerks will be the principal users of this manual.

  • Judicial manual on resolution of disputes arising from marriage and family relationshipsJudicial manual on resolution of disputes arising from marriage and family relationshipsThe given manual is based on an analysis of the existing practice of resolution of disputes arising from marriage and family relationships and aimed at creating a common judicial practice in resolution of such disputes based on the requirements of legislation, Supreme Court Plenum Resolutions and other legal acts.

  • Equal Rights and Equal OpportunitiesEqual Rights and Equal OpportunitiesThe special manual on “Еqual rights and equal opportunities” highlights issues on providing medical services and rehabilitation, social provision and protection, rights to live in a family, education, employment, accessibility for people with disabilities.

  • Glossary of ICT terms in Uzbek Glossary of ICT terms in Uzbek Glossary on ICT is specialized for mostly wide range of readers – scientists, teachers, students, pupils, journalists, managers etc. It has broad terminology that covers all areas of ICT such as telecommunications, Internet, networks, web, programming etc.

  • e-Governance: main concepts, world experience and prospects for implementation in Uzbekistan e-Governance: main concepts, world experience and prospects for implementation in Uzbekistan Handbook on e-Governance concepts was developed to improve awareness of government decision makers as well as general public on the main concepts of e-Governance, world experience and prospects for implementaion in Uzbekistan.

OUR WORK - DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE

The UNDP Democratic Governance Unit works to enhance the efficiency, transparency and accountability of government in Uzbekistan. In close cooperation with government partners the unit has improved citizen access to service, decentralised public administration, and enhanced parliamentary capacity. It has also reinforced NGO-government partnerships to support vulnerable women and people with disabilities, addressed the HIV epidemic in Uzbekistan, promoted volunteerism as a means for social change, and helped introduce economic diplomacy.

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