The UNMIK Justice Section provides support for strengthening rule of law institutions in Kosovo in accordance with international and regional standards. We also monitor rule of law developments, liaise with INTERPOL on international wanted notices and provide certification services with respect to documents for recognition by non-recognizing UN member States. Click here to find out more about the work of the Justice Section.
Justice Section – November 2017, From left to right.
Backrow: Heather Madey (Judicial Affairs Officer), Evangelia Sarikaki (Associate Legal Officer), Jehona Dragaj (Reporting Assistant), Alda Malko (Legal Officer), Fatime Gashi (Administrative Assistant), Argjent Shala (Legal Officer), Shqipe Latifi (Associate Legal Officer), Juan Carlos Galocha Morales (Judicial Affairs Officer).
Frontrow: Rositsa Zaharieva, UNODC Rule of Law Advisor, Andrea Lako (Deputy Chief), Stéphane Jean (Chief), Pamela Faith Muduwa (Legal Officer), Absent: Fabio Pinzari, (Corrections Officer), Absent: Bojan Vasic (Associate Judicial Affairs Officer) Photo: Besa Domi
Rule of law in Kosovo
Kosovo’s rule of law sector has made significant progress since the end of the conflict in June 1999. "Click here to learn more about the mandate of UNMIK and the recent history of rule of law in Kosovo."
The Justice Section has a team of highly professional staff who bring a diverse set of competences and experience relevant to the rule of law in Kosovo. Click here to learn more about a day in the life of the Justice Section, as explained by Ms. Alda Malko, Legal Officer in the team