The Re-Jus Project aims to provide judges and other national enforcers with clear guidelines concerning both the substantive scope of EU law and principles and the choice of procedures and remedies, with a view to ensuring effective protection of fundamental rights.

Call for Judges extended deadline

Selection of participants for the Transnational Training Workshop “Towards Effective Justice in Migration and Asylum” which will be held in Trento on 2-3 October 2017

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The deadline for submission for the selection of participants for the Transnational Training Workshop “Towards Effective Justice in Migration and Asylum”, which will be held in Trento on 2-3 October 2017, is now extended to 15 June.

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The deadline for submission for the selection of participants for the Transnational Training Workshop “Towards Effective Justice in Consumer Protection”, which will be held in Warsaw on 19-20 June 2017, is now extended to 15 April.

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Transnational workshops will be open to the participation of maximum 40 judges: 27 will be selected by national procedures launched by Schools of Magistracy in each of the 9 countries represented in the project consortium (there will be place for 3 judges from each country), and 13 will be selected through an international procedure launched by the Coordinating Partner (University of Trento).

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