Justice Sample Clauses

Justice. To be fair in the treatment of all clients; to provide appropriate services to all.
Justice. In any location where there are two (2) or more permanently assigned bargaining unit employees, such employees will be entitled to have one (1) Xxxxxxx per fifty (50) such employees or portion thereof. The Agency will make an effort to arrange investigatory meetings so that a worksite Xxxxxxx is available to attend. If no Xxxxxxx is available for employee representation at the employee’s worksite, the employee will select a Xxxxxxx from the next closest worksite (as determined by road miles). At the employee’s request, the Agency will provide the employee a list of all Stewards at the next closest worksite. A Xxxxxxx may also not be considered “available” if the Xxxxxxx or employee reasonably determines that a conflict of interest between the Xxxxxxx and employees exists, which would interfere with the Xxxxxxx’x capacity to act in the best interests of the employee.
Justice. The authorities have adopted on 22 July 2015 the new Code of Civil Procedure, which will become effective as of 1 January 2016. The authorities will implement the revised Code of Civil Procedure, in accordance with the requirements set out in the transitional provisions of Article 1 (Ninth Article) of Law 4335/2015 and the roadmap for the implementation of the revised Code of Civil Procedure to be finalized by September 2015. The authorities will rationalise and introduce a selective increase of court fees, as well as increase transparency in this regard (October 2015). The authorities will propose measures to ensure access to justice by vulnerable persons (December 2015). The authorities will propose measures to reduce the backlog of cases in administrative courts by September 2015 and in civil courts by October 2015; they will agree on an action plan with European institutions including technical assistance on e-justice, mediation and judicial statistics (October 2015). The authorities will propose by November 2015 and subsequently implement a three years strategic plan for the improvement of the functioning of the justice system. The plan should encompass key actions aimed at enhancing judicial efficiency, speeding up judicial proceedings and addressing shortcomings in the functioning of courts such as, but not limited to, collecting information on the situation of the courts, computerization, developing alternative means for dispute resolution, such as mediation, rationalizing the cost of litigation and improving in court functioning and court management.
Justice. In any location where there are two (2) or more permanently assigned bargaining unit employees, such employees shall be entitled to have one (1) Xxxxxxx per fifty (50) such employees or portion thereof. The Agency shall make an effort to arrange investigatory meetings so that a worksite Xxxxxxx is available to attend.
Justice. The gradual switching to the mandatory electronic filing and processing of legal documents is progressing, starting from the administrative jurisdictions (an end-2019 specific commitment). Given the complexity of the project in terms of IT infrastructure, staff training and awareness-building and the time needed for the implementation of the pilot projects, it was previously agreed that full rollout throughout all courts by end-2019 is not achievable and that the commitment would be assessed on the basis of progress in the second phase of the Integrated Judicial Case Management System (see below) or the full rollout to be implemented over a 36-month period from the activation of the relevant contract. The authorities are moving forward, with some delay, with the call for bids for the second phase of the Integrated Judicial Case Management System, which is a specific commitment for mid-2020. While the drafting of the call for bids was finalized in November 2019, a change in the governance of the process (with the conduct of the tender procedure moved to the new Ministry of Digital Governance) entailed a delay in the procedure, attributed by the authorities to technical problems (data transfer difficulties) that prevented its completion by the original deadline of end-2019. The authorities intend to publish the call for bids by end-February 2020. Given the size and scope of the project and the anticipated length of the tendering procedure whose launch, originally planned for June 2019, was delayed by several months due to reasons not attributable to the current administration, it was agreed with the latter that full implementation of the second phase of the Integrated Judicial Case Management System by mid-2020 is not achievable and that the commitment would be assessed on the basis of the conclusion of the relevant tendering procedure, by end-2020, and of a 36-month implementation plan for the completion of the project, which is also stipulated in the draft tender documentation (51). Following the adoption of a number of legal amendments ensuring conformity of the mediation framework with the Greek Constitution and EU law, the mandatory mediation framework, whose entry into force had been twice postponed, is being phased in. Legislation adopted in November 2019 introduced a reformed mediation framework that, most notably, redefined the categories of disputes subjected to mandatory mediation, the minimum cost of mediation, and a number of procedural and tech...
Justice. In any society, holding people accountable for breaking the law is a fundamental responsibility of government. Doing so consistently and even-handedly reinforces belief in the integrity of government and reassures citizens that their society is safe, fair, and just. Major efforts have been undertaken to reform the criminal justice system, including the devolution of justice functions from Westminster and the establishment of the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI). These and other reforms constitute real progress. At the time of the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement in 1998, however, there remained thousands of cases relating to the conflict that were unsolved or had been resolved by justice mechanisms that did not elicit full faith from all of society. New institutions were therefore created to address these particular incidents. Current Institutions The Historical Enquiries Team (HET), a unit reporting to the Chief Constable of the PSNI, is tasked specifically with reviewing the files of the more than 3,000 deaths that occurred between 1968 and 1998. Its mission is to uncover, where possible, information requested by the families of the deceased and, for unsolved murders, to determine if any evidence was missed that should be reinvestigated by the police. It has completed around 1,900 reviews to date, with approximately 600 cases, involving some 800 deaths, yet to be reviewed. The Police Ombudsman of Northern Ireland (PONI) serves as an independent and impartial investigator of complaints against the police. It is empowered to investigate ‘grave and exceptional’ historical offenses suspected to have been committed by police officers. Coroner’s inquests work through a process consistent with Article 2 of the European Convention on Human Rights to ascertain the circumstances of all suspicious deaths. Dozens of cases relating to the conflict are pending; some of them have never been investigated, while others are new inquests ordered by the Attorney General in light of fresh evidence. Coroner’s inquests have been broadened substantially in recent years, especially for inquests involving the state, in response to rulings from the European Court of Human Rights regarding their adherence to Article 2 procedural requirements. A fourth vehicle for addressing historical events, public inquiries, remains a discretionary tool for the governments of the United Kingdom and Ireland. All four institutions have conducted enormously difficult and politically sensitive ...
Justice accountability, transitional justice and reconciliation are fundamental for ensuring durable peace and security in Sudan, including through mechanisms based on the customs, culture and heritage of the Sudanese people.
Justice. 1. The criminal justice system (and relevant elements of the civil justice system) will continue to be responsible for meeting the needs of people with disability in line with the National Disability Strategy and existing legal obligations, including making reasonable adjustments in accordance with the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (CTH), through: a. ensuring its systems, supports and buildings are accessible for people with disability including appropriate communication and engagement mechanisms, adjustments to the physical environment, accessible legal assistance services and appropriate fee waivers; b. general programs for the wider population, including programs to prevent offending and minimise risks of offending and reoffending and the diversion of young people and adults from the criminal justice system; and c. the management of community corrections, including corrections-related supervision for offenders on community based orders. 2. Other parties and systems will be responsible for supports for people subject to a custodial sentence or other custodial order imposed by a court or remanded in custody. This includes where a court has ordered a person reside in a prison, or other facility accommodating people on custodial orders such as youth detention and training facilities, secure mental health facilities or secure facilities for people with disability. These parties are responsible for meeting the day-to-day care and support needs of people with disability in these custodial settings, including supervision, personal care and general supports which are also required by the general custodial population, and also general supports to enable skill development and living skills and promote the effective transition of people with disability out of custodial settings, in line with supports offered to other people in custodial settings. 3. The health system, mental health system and other parties will be responsible for operating secure mental health facilities which are primarily treatment focused. 4. The NDIS will continue to fund reasonable and necessary supports required due to the impact of the person’s impairment/s on their functional capacity in a person’s support package where the person is not serving a custodial sentence or other custodial order imposed by a court or remanded in custody. As such the NDIS would fund supports where the person is on bail or a community based order which places controls on the person to manage risks to the indi...
Justice. XxXxxx ―had difficulty in finding a justification for clemency in any of these cases.‖ He nevertheless significantly reduced the sentences of all seven petitioners ―for reasons such as limited responsibility‖: three from life to 20 years; one from life to immediate release for medical reasons; and three from 10 years to time served. Two of the life-sentence decisions are particularly notable. XxXxxx reduced Xxxxxx Xxxxxxx‘s sentence to 20 years – the same Xxxxxx Xxxxxxx who, according to Tribunal III, had ―identified himself‖ with and ―gave himself utterly to‖ the Nazi program of racial persecution and had ―participated in the crime of genocide.‖143 And he released Xxxxx Xxxxxxxxxxxxxx, who bore ―primary responsibility‖ for the Night and Fog decree,144 on medical parole.
Justice. Dignity Clause: Any employee whom the Employer suspends or discharges or whom it contends has lost their seniority rights shall be retained at or returned to active work until any grievance contesting such suspension, discharge or break in service question is finally resolved through the grievance/arbitration procedure.