Projects


 Ongoing Projects

InterLEX – Advisory and Training System for Internet-related Private International Law

InterLex is a EU-funded project coordinated by the University of Turin, involving five European-wide academic institutions, a software development company specialising in legal informatics, and a Lawyers Association.

 2018-2020

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CrossJustice

The Project aims to tackle the current framework for the protection of fundamental rights for persons accused or suspected of a crime is one of the main aims of the EU policy in the area of justice.

 2020-2022

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TRIIAL – TRust, Independence, Impartiality and Accountability of judges and arbitrators safeguarding the rule of Law under the EU Charter

TRIIAL project is a DG Justice supported project that provides training activities and tools for judges, lawyers, arbitrators and other legal professionals in areas of salient importance for the application of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights (CFR): trust, independence, impartiality, accountability of judges and arbitrators.

 2020-2022

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 Completed Projects

Contention – Control of Detention

The main objective of the project is to inform, analyse and compare the EU Return Directive based judicial control of pre-removal detention of third-country nationals in 11 EU Member States

 2012-2014

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European Judicial Cooperation in the Fundamental Rights Practice of National Court

European Judicial Cooperation in the fundamental rights practice of national courts (JUDCOOP) was a DG Justice supported project and lasted from 1 January 2013 until 30 June 2014.

 2013-2014

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General principles of EU law and development of judicial remedies

The project’s main objective is to analyze the impact of EU general principles of law, on judicial decision-making concerning choice of remedies and their precise application by national courts.

 2014-2015

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ACTIONES – Active Charter Training through Interaction of National ExperienceS

ACTIONES is a EU funded project under the coordination of the EUI Centre for Judicial Cooperation, and involving 17 partners: 7 academic institutions, a European-wide association of judges, and 9 national institutions entrusted with the task to train judges and lawyers. The Project run from 1 November 2015 until 31 October 2017.

 2015-2017

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Charterclick

The project, coordinated by Prof. Adelina Adinolfi from the University of Florence, contributed to contrast the sense of frustration that victims of fundamental rights violations experience when, owing to the lack of knowledge on the Charter, they rely on it in cases outside its scope of application and a national court (or the European Court of Justice) says that the Charter cannot be of help to them.

 2015-2017

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REDIAL – REturn DIrective DIALogue

The REDIAL Project, co-funded by the European Commission (DG Home) and coordinated by the Migration Policy Centre, in cooperation with the Centre for Judicial Cooperation (CJC) and the Odysseus Academic Network, intends to facilitate horizontal judicial dialogue among the national judges involved in return procedures.

 2015-2017

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JUD-IT – Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters and IT Data in the EU

The JUD-IT Project researches ways in which cross border judicial cooperation directed at requesting, accessing, exchanging and using electronic information as evidence in the framework of criminal proceedings can be streamlined, fostered and made more effective within the EU and relations with third countries.

 2017-2019

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e-NACT – E-learning National Active Charter Training

e-learning National Active Charter Training (e-NACT) Project is a DG Justice supported project providing for a training methodology and training activities that, coupled with the expertise of the trainers involved, foster the emergence and consolidation of a common culture of fundamental rights.

 2017-2019

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