JSCA’s Research and Projects Area conducts studies and research on civil and criminal procedure reforms, offering comparative analyses and innovative proposals.

Focus areas

  • Criminal justice reform
  • Civil justice reform
  • Alternatives to judicial proceedings
  • Information technology and transparency
  • At-risk groups
  • Civil society 
  • Institutional Management
  • Latin American and Caribbean Network for the Democratization of Justice

JSCA’s Training Area has announced its schedule of confirmed training activities for 2020.

Please contact Training Area Director Leonel González if you have any questions or would like to request further information: leonel.gonzalez@cejamericas.org.

MONTHACTIVITYDATE
JanuaryVII Certificate Program on Oral Litigation in Criminal Proceedings January 13-24
(Washington, D.C., USA)
   MARCHAPRILMAY
IV Brazilian Training Program for Criminal Procedure Reform     Local PhaseBahía: TBDParaná: TBDRGDS: TBDRio de Janeiro: TBD International PhaseChile: October 5-9




MAY
VIII Argentine Training Program for Criminal Procedure Reform   Phase 1: May (TBD)Virtual Phase: May-November (CejaCampus) Phase 2: November – TBD

JULYIV Program on Justice Innovation in the United States  July 20-24 (New York, NY, USA)
AUGUSTV Inter-American Training Program for Civil Justice Reform Phase 1: August 3-7 (Santiago, Chile) Phase 2: November 16-20 (Santiago, Chile) 
OCTOBERVI Training Program for Criminal Justice October 19-23 – (Santiago, Chile) 
SCHEDULE OF VIRTUAL COURSES
FIRST SEMESTER
 MAY-JULY Collective ProcessesMay 4-July 24 
 MAY-JULY Gender and Justice in Latin AmericaMay 4-July 24 
 MAY-JULY Civil Justice Reform in Latin America May 4-July 24 
SECOND SEMESTER
SEPTEMBER-NOVEMBERExpert Evidence in Civil ProceedingsSeptember 7-November 27 
SEPTEMBER-NOVEMBERJudicial and Case Management in Civil ProceedingsSeptember 7-November 27 
SEPTEMBER-NOVEMBERTrial by JurySeptember 7-November 27 
FREE VIRTUAL COURSES AVAILABLE AT ANY TIME
Drug Treatment Courts 
Pretrial Services 
Challenges for the Public Prosecutor’s Office in Latin America 
Pretrial Detention in Latin America