About NCSC International

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In partnership with donor agencies, host-country governments, and non-governmental organizations, NCSC provides technical assistance, training and technology to enhance systems, empower communities, and engage citizens to improve the quality and efficiency of justice services around the world. NCSC has worked in over 30 countries, engaging in comprehensive rule of law projects in Africa and the Middle East, Asia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia, and Latin America and the Caribbean.
 
  • Demand for Justice Campaigns against Corruption NCSC mobilized civil society partners to organize a campaign calling attention to access to justice and public accountability challenges in Kosovo on the occasion of International Anti-Corruption Day. read more
  • Records Management and Communication Training NCSC and its partner the International Legal Assistance Consortium organized three two-day training sessions in Sousse, Tozeur, and Kef. read more
  • Anti-Corruption Conference Tackles Challenges to Judicial Integrity Bosnian justice sector representatives, civil society, academics, and media convened in Mostar for the Second Annual Anti-Corruption Conference. read more

Highlights and Updates

Panama: NCSC Recognized at International Anti-Corruption Conference
NCSC participates in a contest to design a new indicator tracking anti-corruption efforts. Read more…

Tunisia: Model Court Clerks Trained on Records Management and Communication
NCSC conducts training for model court clerks in Sousse, Tozeur, and Kef. Read more…

The Bahamas: NCSC Supports Legal Aid and Access to Justice
NCSC assists its Bahamian partners in establishing a new Public Defender’s Office. Read more...

Dominican Republic: Officials Trained on Anti-Money Laundering Procedures
NCSC organizes training to improve the prosecution and conviction rates in money laundering cases. Read more…

Eastern Caribbean: NCSC Assesses Asset Forfeiture and Management Frameworks
Ongoing efforts to counter financial crime and organized crime in the Caribbean include an assessment with key local financial crime partners. Read more…

Las Vegas, Nevada:  2016 E-Courts Conference Participants Propose Innovations to Court Scheduling
New methods of dealing with caseload management and court performance are discussed. Read more…