Belgrade, Serbia

Serbian and Montenegrin court officials present experiences with backlog reduction to Serbian judges, Belgrade, May 2009

Judicial Academy Trainees learn about Individual Case Management

Zaječar Commercial Court staff during their electronic filing training session with the Separation of Powers Program in April 2014.

Strategic Planning for Courts Workshop for SPP partner courts, Belgrade November 14-15, 2012

Six courts in Serbia have reduced their case backlogs from 23,000 to 12,000 old cases.

Serbia Separation of Powers Program


EWMI is implementing a five-year USAID-funded Separation of Powers Program (SPP) in Serbia. SPP’s overall goal is to help Serbia move closer to EU accession by strengthening the division of power and authority more equably among Serbia’s three branches of government, helping the judiciary strengthen its defenses against executive and political influence and control, and helping the National Assembly build its capacity to respond to the needs of Serbia’s citizens and conduct oversight of government operations.