[general_devel] Consultancy service - Research Study on Court Administration in Japan
Nguyen Thuy Nga
Nguyen.Thuy.Nga at undpaffiliates.org
Tue Dec 28 03:31:55 GMT 2010
Message from UNDP Vietnam Procurement Unit
Dear colleagues and friends,
UNDP Vietnam seeks proposals from international individual consultants and consultants assigned by consulting firms/institutions to conduct Research Study on Court Administration in Japan, under the Project "Strengthening Access to Justice and Protection of Rights".
The key objectives of the research study are:
1. To describe the court governance and administration systems that Japan has adopted; and to analyse the way and trend in which the Japan's judicial system (within its political, cultural and institutional context) enhance or undermine the independence and impartiality of judicial decision-making.
2. Drawing on the country overall analysis in 1 above, to identify key factors which appear significant in relation to enhancing (or undermining) the impartiality, accountability and independence of judicial decision-making, and to consider the degree to which such factors can be successfully implemented in the context of a judicial system like Vietnam's which the branches of government are unified rather than separated, with coordination and allocation of functions between them rather than subject to mutual checks and balances.
The selection will be based on a competitive basis and will comply with UNDP procurement regulations.
Full solicitation documents can be obtained by visiting UNDP website at:
Interested candidates are invited to send Technical and Financial Proposal to:
UNDP Viet Nam
72 Ly Thuong Kiet, Ha Noi, Viet Nam
Attention: Procurement Unit
Tel. (84-4) 3 9421495
Telefax number: (84-4) 3 9422267
Email: procurement.vn at undp.org<mailto:procurement.vn at undp.org>
Submission deadline: 9 February, 2011; 5:00 pm Hanoi time (UTC/GMT +7 hours)
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