Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters

in the European Union’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice: Recent Developments and Topical Issues 2020/2021


The partnership has been developed to combine a) practical experience of managing EU-funded projects with multiple partners in different Member States, excellent networks with target groups and b) expertise on issues of criminal justice systems and procedural rights and partners from a cross-section of jurisdictions representing the varying states of play.

EIPA Luxembourg – European Centre for Judges and Lawyers (ECJL) has more than twenty years of experience in providing legal training for various target groups. It has been particularly active in the field of judicial cooperation in criminal matters and carried out a number of various activities.

8 rue Nicolas Adames, 1114 Luxembourg
Tel: 00352 426 230 – 1 – email: info-lux@eipa.eu
Go to EIPA Luxembourg

The National School of Judiciary and Public Prosecution (Krajowa Szkola Sądownictwa i Prokuratury – KSSIP) established in 2009, is the only central institution responsible for initial and continuous training of the judiciary and prosecution staff in Poland. The International Cooperation Department of KSSIP provides professional training for judges and prosecutors at international level in the context of bilateral and multilateral cooperation agreements signed with the authorities of legal training institutions across Europe.

Center for Continuing Training and International Cooperation
ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 62, 20-076 Lublin
Tel.: 0048 81 440 8710 – email: sekretariat.lublin@kssip.gov.pl
Go to www.kssip.gov.pl

FairTrials Europe, a specialist human rights NGO that works to protect the fundamental human right to a fair trial. FTE has extensive experience of procedural rights in Europe, and with managing complex multi-country and multi-partner projects. It also serves as the coordinator of the LEAP network, which brings access to criminal defence practitioners and experts from across all Member States who will be feeding directly into the project. FTE also has an excellent record for successful advocacy and awareness-raising activities – both with EU policy makers and with criminal justice actors across Europe.

Rue de la Pépinière 10A, 1000 Brussels
Tel. : 0032 2 360 04 71 – email : alex.mik@fairtrials.net
Go to www.fairtrials.org

Consejo General del Poder Judicial – Escuela Judicial set up as a center for the selection and training of judges and magistrates, under the General Council of the Judiciary, provides comprehensive, specialized and high-quality training for members of the Judicial Career.

Carretera de Vallvidrera a Barcelona, 43-45, 08017 Barcelona
Tel. : 0034 93 406 7300 – email : escuela.judicial@cgpj.es
Go to www.poderjudicial.es

IGO-IFJ , the independent federal body responsible for the design and implementation of the integral development and training policy for magistrates and members of the judiciary in order to contribute to quality justice.

Avenue Louise 54, 1050 Bruxelles
Tel.: +32(0)2 518 49 49
Go to www.igo-ifj.be



This project is funded by
the European Union’s Justice
Programme (2014-2020)


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