Judicial Conduct and Ethics: Global eLearning for Judges in the 21st Century – Propriety, Equality and Competence and Diligence

Course

Self-paced e-learning

UN Partner

Offered by

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

Course details

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Length
80 min.
Effort
20 min per day
Language
Arabic
English
French
Russian
Spanish
Region
World
Venue
online
Certificate
Yes
Price
free

Course summary

This self-paced module looks at the fourth, fifth and sixth Bangalore Principles of Propriety, Equality and Competence and Diligence.

About this course

This self-paced module looks at the fourth, fifth and sixth Bangalore Principles of Propriety, Equality and Competence and Diligence. It explains how these Principles apply to a judge’s work and life and describes a range of methods to help a judge deal with associated challenges. It also introduces various gender-related topics that may raise potential breaches of the Bangalore Principles. This module is the final module in this series (Independence, Impartiality and Integrity and Propriety, Equality and Competence and Diligence).

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Target audience

Member State officials on international security threats such as transnational organized crime, terrorism, illicit drugs, trafficking in persons and smuggling of migrants, wildlife and forest crime, cybercrime as well as provide training on border control, intelligence analysis, gender issues, anti-corruption, HIV/AIDS and human rights.

Learning objectives

On completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the origins, purpose and content of the fourth, fifth and sixth Bangalore Principles of Propriety, Equality and Competence and Diligence
  • Explain the application of the above-mentioned Principles apply to a judge’s work and life
  • Describe a range of methods that help a judge deal with the associated challenges related to Propriety, Equality and Competence and Diligence
  • Discuss gender-related issues concerning the areas in the above-mentioned Principles