Information on the 2016 procedure to apply for EU co-funding for training of Justice practitioners on EU law or dealing with radicalised violent extremists under the Justice programme is now available.
The European Parliament has adopted the regulation, proposed by the Commission, to cut costs and formalities for citizens who need to present a public document in another EU country.
Providers of training for judges, prosecutors, prison and probation staff are the main target group of a conference the European Commission is organising on 19-20 May 2016 in Brussels in cooperation with the European Judicial Training Network (EJTN). In order to enable the training providers to get a clearer picture of the existing training needs in this field, important EU level organisations and networks representing the professionals concerned are also invited to join this event.
Report from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council and the European Economic and Social Committee on the activities of the European Judicial Network in civil and commercial matters.