In Tajikistan, the government has not functioned properly since the civil war following the independence of the country. Although the Tajikistan government is striving to restore security, organized crime (involving drugs, weapons smuggling and money laundering) is rampant. In addition, refugees have poured in from Afghanistan and corruption and poverty are increasing. Domestic peacekeeping, countermeasures to juvenile delinquency and reinforcement of law and order, in accordance with due process, are urgent challenges.
Onsite Research at the Court of Dushanbe City (Dushanabe, Tajikistan)
The main topics of the training course, which has been held three times since 2002, are listed below:
1. Current situation of the criminal justice system of
Tajikistan and measures for the improvement of its management.
1. Present circumstances and problems of
international organized crime.
the establishment of a fairer criminal justice system for juvenile delinquents
and juvenile offenders, especially in relation to an adequate judgment
system. Examination of various dispositions as alternative measures to
incarceration in correctional institutions.