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Open call for proposals for training national judges in EU competition law

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.



EU Centre of Expertise for Victims of Terrorism

The Commission will launch an open call for tender for setting up an EU Centre of Expertise for Victims of Terrorism (two-year pilot project). The EU Centre will act as a hub of expertise and provide for concrete and practical actions with a positive impact on victims of terrorism. In particular, it will provide for guidelines and training activities on implementation of the EU rules and will set up lists of the relevant experts available at national level. For more information see:




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Feasibility study : litigating cases relating to violations of democracy, rule of law and fundamental rights

The feasibility study will focus on possible needs and gaps in support of independent human rights actors involved in the enforcement of fundamental rights within the EU legal framework. It will inform the implementation of the preparatory action, having regard to its objectives and taking into account the EU legal framework as laid down in the Treaties, as well as the overall objective of ensuring that, in the fields covered by EU law, fundamental rights and freedoms as enshrined in the Charter are respected, and that individuals are granted effective legal protection to that effect. The study will provide an overview of the current obstacles facing individuals and civil society organisations wishing to exercise their rights regarding democracy, the rule of law and fundamental rights, in particular through litigation.


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