Future funding activities
Public consultation on future funding activities in the area of Justice, Fundamental Rights and Equality for the period after 2013
All persons and entities with an interest in DG Justice's activities are welcome to contribute, including other European Institutions, agencies and committees. The consultation targets stakeholders of our programmes: citizens, national, regional and local public authorities and other public organisations, professional organisations, universities, research or training institutes, legal practitioners, international organisations, intergovernmental and non-governmental organisations, networks, private entities, social partners, civil society organisations, etc.
Period of consultation
From 20 April 2011 until 15 June 2011
Due to the high interest in the the consulation the deadline is extended until 20.06.2011
Objective of the consultation
The current EU funding programmes cover the period 2007-2013. To cater for the post-2013 period, the new Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) will need to be accompanied by new sectoral programmes. The Commission proposals for these new programmes will be adopted before the end of this year. This process is an opportunity to review funding objectives, spending levels and delivery mechanisms.
In this context, the Commission is consulting on future EU funding activities, including in the area of Justice, Fundamental Rights and Equality, based on a series of questions. This will give stakeholders the opportunity to express their views on the effectiveness and efficiency of the current funding activities of DG Justice and on how they can be improved to better achieve their objectives and bring more added value.
How to submit your contribution
The questionnaire must be completed online at:
It is not mandatory to reply to all the questions. However, please note that the questionnaire must be completed in one session, as it is not possible to save replies and complete them later. After 90 minutes of inactivity, you will be automatically disconnected. We therefore recommend that you prepare your replies in a working document and submit them online once finalised.
Received contributions will be published on the Internet. It is important to read the specific privacy statement attached to this consultation for information on how your personal data and contribution will be dealt with.
Reference documents and other, related consultations
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