About this initiative

Summary

Training of justice professionals (judges, prosecutors, court staff, bailiffs, lawyers, notaries, prison staff, probation officers...) on EU law is essential to ensure that EU legislation is correctly applied in the EU. European judicial training is implemented by national and EU level actors according to a strategy adopted in 2011 and expiring in 2020. The evaluation of the strategy will enable to take stock of the lessons learnt and new developments since 2011 and help prepare a new strategy.

Topic
Justice and fundamental rights
Type of act
Evaluation and Fitness Check Roadmap

Roadmap

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Type

Evaluation and Fitness Check Roadmap
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Feedback period
08 November 2017 - 06 December 2017
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  • Centre for Judicial Cooperation (Italy)
    6 December 2017 Academic/research institution
    Centre for Judicial Cooperation (Italy)

    The Centre for Judicial Cooperation of the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies within the European University Institute submits its position paper including an outline of current and future challenges for European judicial training, future objectives or fields that need further actions, and puts forward possible solutions. The paper addresses the needs for: creating a common legal culture; increasing the quality and the capacity of the...

  • Council of Europe (Spain)
    6 December 2017 Public authority
    Council of Europe (Spain)

    The Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals (HELP) of the Council of Europe is pleased to contribute to this evaluation and would like to stress the link between training and judgments. The timing coincides with the revision of the CoE CDDH revision of the CoE Committee of Ministers Rec(2004)4 on the European Convention on Human Rights in university education and professional training. Throughout the last years, the CoE’s HELP...

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01 February 2018 - 26 April 2018
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