The CrossJustice platform.
CrossJustice project has developed an online platform to advice and support legal professionals on the effectiveness of procedural rights.
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The Project Knowledge, Advisory and Capacity Building information tools for criminal procedural rights in judicial cooperation (CrossJustice) is a DG Justice supported project.
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. In this context, legal actors often struggle to identify which legislation and therefore which procedural rights are applicable to persons accused or suspected of a crime in specific cases, both due to linguistic barriers and the peculiarities of different national legal systems.
The CrossJustice project will develop an online platform for advice and support on the effectiveness of procedural rights providing a free service, mainly directed to legal professionals, but accessible to law students, NGOs and all EU citizens.
- CrossJustice National workshops on the implementation of procedural rights at national level with link > https://site.unibo.it/cross-justice/en/agenda
- Final Conference of the Cross-Justice project. University of Bologna organizes a one-day conference hosted on February 25th to present the CrossJustice platforms to judicial and lawyers’ training institutions. https://site.unibo.it/cross-justice/en/agenda/crossjustice-final-conference
- The main project publications (User manual, national reports, E-book) are available at this link: https://site.unibo.it/cross-justice/en/project-results/publications
The partners of the project are :
- ALMA MATER STUDIORUM-UNIVERSITÀ DI BOLOGNA (UNIBO) Department of Legal Sciences and CIRSFID – COORDINATOR
- UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI TORINO (UNITO)
- UNIVERSITEIT LEIDEN (ULEI)
- APIS EUROPA (APIS)
- EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE (EUI)
- UNIWERSYTET WROCLAWSKI (UWR)
- SVEUČILIŠTE U ZAGREBU – PRAVNI FAKULTET (UNIZG LAW)
‘This project was funded by the European Union’s Justice Programme (2014-2020).
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