On the European Day for Victims of Crime, 22 February, Eric Dupond-Moretti, Keeper of the Seals, Minister for Justice and President of the Council of EU Justice Ministers, and Didier Reynders, European Commissioner for Justice, call on all Member States to implement and promote 116 006, the European number for the care and referral of all victims.
Are you looking for EU funding for projects tackling intolerance, racism, xenophobia and discrimination?
A budget of 30,5 million EUR is available to support projects on preventing and combating gender-based violence and violence against children!
Ex Ante Publicity for Negotiated Procedure for Low Value Contrat (JUST/2021/PR/CCHI/RIGH/0047)
Ex ante publicity for negotiated procedure for middle value contrat (ref. JUST/2020/RRAC/PR/RIGH/0088)
EU funding translate EU policies into tangible results on the ground, empowering EU citizens, safeguarding their fundamental rights and promoting justice. DG JUST has issued new calls for project proposals under the Justice and REC programmes. Most of these calls open today (15 January 2020), 4 calls will open on 21 January. Don’t miss these funding opportunities!
EX ANTE PUBLICITY FOR NEGOTIATED PROCEDURE FOR LOW VALUE CONTRACTS - Study assessing impacts of a post-2020 EU Roma equality and inclusion policy JUST/2019/RDIS/PR/EQUA/0113
The fields relevant for this call include EU and national Roma integration policy, socio-economic inclusion, non-discrimination and antigypsyism. The maximum budget in a possible tender following this call is EUR 60,000.
The Commission has published a call for proposals for training national judges in EU competition law. The call is managed by DG COMP and addresses judges dealing with competition cases at national level. This also includes prosecutors, apprentice national judges and the staff of judges’ offices or national courts in countries that are eligible under the 2014 2020 Justice programme.
The European Commission in collaboration with the Czech Diversity Charter are organising this year’s Annual Forum to promote diversity management at the workplace.
The acronym <b>LGBTI</b> stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex and describes a diverse group of persons whose sexual orientation and/or gender identity diverge from the more conventional gender roles of and relationships between men and women. LGBTI people are also sometimes referred to as “sexual, gender and bodily minorities”.
This 1st March 2018, on the international "Zero Discrimination Day", Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality Věra Jourová presented to the High Level Group on Non-Discrimination, Equality and Diversity, the second annual report on the list of Actions to advance Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) Equality.