The University of Turin, in collaboration with its partners, will hold its final conference presenting the results of the two years project INTERLEX. The event will be held online on 26 February 2021 (10.00-16.00).
The event is free though registration is requested. Please register at https://forms.gle/VgfozVK55exdPdPc7.
Conference link: https://unito.webex.com/unito/j.php?MTID=m6bbf1e5cbb23107cefeabbd193544477
The Centre for Judicial Cooperation, in collaboration with its partners, announces the call for participation for legal professionals to take part in the following Transnational Training Workshop:
– 22 & 23 February 2021 (9.30-12.30) – Procedural Rights in the EU and Effective Legal Protection, European University Institute
The ‘Transnational Training Workshop’, involving legal practitioners from EU Member States, will take place in the framework of the Cross-Justice Project, coordinated by University of Bologna (for more details about the project, please visit the webpage: https:// site.unibo.it/cross-justice/it).
This workshop aims to improve knowledge on the implementation of the six Directives on Procedural Rights of accused and suspected persons (Directives 2010/64/EU, 2012/13/EU, 2013/48/EU, 2016/343/EU, 2016/800/EU, 2016/1919/EU) in the legal practice of the Member States. It will in particular explore different areas of criminal law related to the access to justice as well as the right to an effective remedy. To achieve these objectives, a selection of the most relevant drawbacks of the procedural rights’ protection in criminal proceedings will be analyzed during the transnational training events.
The Transnational Training will be devoted to the following topics surrounding criminal proceedings and European Arrest Warrant proceedings: the right to interpretation and translation, the right to information, the right to be present at trial, the procedural safeguards for suspect and accused children, the presumption of innocence in criminal proceedings, the right of legal aid and the right to access to a lawyer and to have a third party informed upon deprivation of liberty.