1. Address gaps in JHA cross-border cooperation through the expansion and coordination of existing training networks.
2. Design new innovative legal training contents.
3. Deliver up-scalable and modular Toolkit of the Toolkit to accommodate national differences to counter radicalization while enhancing Fundamental Rights.
TYPE OF PEOPLE BENEFITING FROM THE PROJECT:
113 Judge, court, investigative judge, public prosecutors, juvenile judges and prosecutors, and, to a lesser extent, lawyers (for this last target group the training focus will be the Stockholm Roadmap);
500 Prison staff and surveillance judges/courts, mostly on Framework Decisions FD909/829/947 and investigative activities in prison delegated by prosecutor offices (Directive 2104/41/EU);
1000 practitioners including judges, prosecutors, lawyers and prison directors will receive the Handbook electronically or in print version.
- UNIVERSITY OF MALTA (Malta) - Coordinator;
- EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY CYPRUS
- AGENFOR (Italy)
- Center for the Study of Democracy (CDS)
- Department of Security Technologies and Engineering
- HfÖV/IPoS (Germany)
- Institut for European Studies (Belgium)
- Observatory on Good Governance (Spain)
Find more information about the project: www.jpcoopsproject.eu
Funding Scheme: JUST-JTRA-EJTR-AG-2017
Grant Agreement No: 807032
Duration: 43 month, Start: 01.01.2019
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