Democratic Governance

  • Civil Litigation Manual - Federal Judicial CenterCivil Litigation Manual - Federal Judicial CenterThe Civil Litigation Management Manual was prepared under the direction of the Committee on Court Administration and Case Management of the Judicial Conference. The manual was written for United States judges to help them secure “the just, speedy, and inexpensive determination of every action.” It is one more response to a need frequently expressed by judges—that is, to learn about the case management practices of other judges. Thus, the manual reflects, in its text and in the forms included in Appendix A, the varied experiences of district and magistrate judges. The discussion in the manual’s first six sections generally follows the chronology of a civil case.

  • Law Clerk Handbook - Federal Judicial CenterLaw Clerk Handbook - Federal Judicial CenterThis handbook provides an overview of chambers operations and the work of the federal courts. It covers functions and the role of law clerks, conduct, ethics and protocol, and overview of civil litigation process. It does not provide detailed procedures on every aspect of a law clerk’s daily tasks or review the procedures of each individual court (this is in large part because the duties of law clerks vary from judge to judge). Law clerks should become familiar with local court procedures and inquire about a local chambers manual.

  • A Brief Report about Social Policy in Baltic StatesA Brief Report about Social Policy in Baltic StatesPromoting the formation of social policy in the country as well as creation of an enabling environment for social inclusion of people with disabilities through the implementation of social programmes are amongst of the priorities of UNDP Uzbekistan. The concept focuses on promoting social model and moving away medical approach to disability issues with effective coordination of social programmes in state level.

  • E-government promotion for improved public service deliveryE-government promotion for improved public service deliveryThis publication was developed by "E-government promotion for improved public service delivery" project. It consists of a 3-analytical documents, reflecting the development of public services in Uzbekistan and in the world.

  • Review of the advanced international experience and practices in implementation of e-justice and proposals on further development of E-SUD information system in UzbekistanReview of the advanced international experience and practices in implementation of e-justice and proposals on further development of E-SUD information system in UzbekistanThe report focuses on a number of e-Justice systems implemented in different national domains, focuses on the lessons learned from each project and additionally the positive aspects that enabled them to establish a best practice in the area of e-Justice.


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.