(мкд) EJTN Information in relation to the EJTN webinar series and new activities included by ENM France

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Dear EJTN Members and Observers,

Please see below information in relation to the following :

  1. EJTN webinar series “Jurisprudence Updates: Most important decisions of the European Court of Justice relevant for Administrative Judges” – continuation in 2021
  2. 3 New activities included by ENM France in Catalogue of Members activities : ‘ Domestic violence’ ; ‘Ethics and the Rule of law ‘ ;  ‘Cybercrime’

1.The EJTN webinar series “Jurisprudence Updates: Most important decisions of the European Court of Justice relevant for Administrative Judges” ,that started last year, continues in 2021 as calendar activity AD/2021/11 with 3 new episodes to be hosted by EJTN online in May.

The goal of this webinar series is to provide with a wide spectrum of the most recent developments of the case-law from the European Court of Justice in different fields of interest, especially for Administrative Judges.

Please see below additional information in relation to the three 2021 webinars announced recently:

  • Webinar on ‘EUCJ Case Law on Public Procurements’:
  • Date and time : 3 May 2021, 10.00 am- 11.30 am Brussels time
  • Expert: Ms. Ana Carla Teles Duarte Palma, Administrative judge at Administrative Court of Appeal of the South (Lisbon)
  • Webinar on ‘EUCJ Case Law on the Damages Directive’:
  • Date and time: 5 May 2021, 10.00 am – 11.30 am Brussels time
  • Expert: Ms Vlatka Butorac Malnar (LL.M, PhD),  Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Rijeka, Croatia
  • Webinar on ‘EUCJ Case Law on Asylum Law’
  • Date and time: 10 May 2021, 10.00 am – 11.30 am Brussels time
  • Expert: Ms Suzana Tavares da Silva, Judge at the Administrative Supreme Court of Portugal
  • All 3 webinars will be recorded and have the same format :
  • 15 minutes introduction
  • 45 minutes presentation
  • 30 minutes Q&A session
  • Registration open directly on the EJTN Online System of Participants (OSP) via the link below by 26 April 2021.

Registration Link: https://osp.ejtn.eu/open-registration/36cd1b5d1962b2844f69b22655eb0194efb3c3ea4285ce4e2f67b97b56c6e1b5

              Registration form to be filled as follows:

  • Mode of transport: other
  • Participant status: foreign participant
  • Transport and per-diem refund type: not claiming reimbursement

Registering once allows to follow all three webinars.

Registered participants will receive the links to access the respective webinar rooms via e-mail by 30 April 2021

and Ms Giulia Carpentieri, Project Manager at EJTN

The webinars will be advertised also on EJTN web site and social media channels.

For any question about the AD webinar series, please contact Ms Giulia Carpentieri: giulia.carpentieri@ejtn.eu

2.The French National School for the Judiciary has opened via EJTN Catalogue of Members activities the following three activities:

  • Webinar on “Domestic violence” to be held 26 to 28 April 2021:

Under the supervision of Françoise GUYOT, Honorary magistrate specialised in domestic violence.

Domestic violence exists in all societies. It is an issue that necessarily comes up in legal systems which often have to deal with this type of violence in a variety of disputes, both civil and criminal.

Faced with this large-scale phenomenon, judges and prosecutors need a common core of knowledge in order to understand the mechanisms behind this violence and the systemic responses that can be implemented.

The aim of this training is to offer a broad view of violence committed against women, in particular the ones committed by their partner.

French legislation on protection against domestic violence will be presented, and in particular the most recent initiatives. The course will also address the psychological and/or sociological mechanisms involved in such violence, the institutional framework and partnerships for taking care of the women who are victims of it, as well as the criminal and jurisdictional policies that can be considered. The handling of the offenders and the place of children in such proceedings will also be studied.

Agenda: available as attached in English and French 

Web page : CM/2021/137

Languages: French, English

Training audience: judges and prosecutors, social workers, any professional interested in the issue

Registration deadline: 16 April 2021

Platform : VOICEBOXER

Participants for EJTN : 7-10

Contact ENM: Emilie Breyne (emilie.breyne@justice.fr) and Alice Thibaud (alice.thibaud@justice.fr)

Contact EJTN: Georgios Klis georgios.klis@ejtn.eu

  • Webinar on “Ethics and the rule of law”, to be held  17 to 21 May 2021 :

Under the supervision of Chantal BUSSIERE, Honorary First President, former member of the Conseil supérieur de la magistrature – The High Council for the Judiciary, and Jean-Marie HUET, Honorary General Prosecutor, former member of the Conseil supérieur de la magistrature – The High Council for the Judiciary.

This session will examine the principles of independence and impartiality that should govern the action of judges in a democratic system, enabling them to respond to the trust that the public places in them. While the system must guarantee judges the means to perform their duties in accordance with these principles, they must also be accountable. In addition to sanctions, judicial ethics must also be approached through the prism of positive ethics, i.e. the dissemination of rules and values to guide judges in their actions.

The session will be built around the following activities: presentations of the main actors in this field and networks working on these issues at international level; theoretical and comparative law perspective; workshops on practical cases.

Agenda: available as attached in English and French-

Web page: CM/2021/138

Languages: French, English

Training audience: judges and prosecutors

Registration deadline: 19 April 2021

Platform : VOICEBOXER

Participants for EJTN : 7-10

Contact ENM: Emilie Breyne (emilie.breyne@justice.fr) and Valérie Culioli (valerie.culioli@justice.fr, +33681126499)

Contact EJTN: Georgios Klis georgios.klis@ejtn.eu

  • Webinar on “Cybercrime”, to be held  25 to 28 May 2021:

Under the supervision of Johanna Brousse, Public Prosecutor, Head of the Cybercrime Section of the Paris Public Prosecutor’s Office & Nicolas Guidoux, Divisional commisser of police, Deputy Director of the fight against cybercrime.

Awareness of the challenges of cybercrime and its international dimension, recent legislative developments, digital investigations and the judicial treatment of this crime. Cyber threats are nowadays aimed at companies, including the banking sector, as well as individuals and States. Cybercrime is a pervasive crime today.

This session will focus on helping those involved in the fight against cybercrime to make progress in the processing of their procedures, with an emphasis on concrete approaches to the various stages (locating and identifying offenders, accessing data, measures to prevent the disappearance of digital evidence, etc.)

Web page : CM/2021/139

Languages of the training: French, English

Training audience: magistrates, investigators, customs officers

Registration deadline: 30 April 2021

Platform : VOICEBOXER

Participants for EJTN : 7-10

Contact ENM : Emilie Breyne (emilie.breyne@justice.fr) and Valérie Culioli (valerie.culioli@justice.fr, +33681126499)

Contact EJTN: Georgios Klis georgios.klis@ejtn.eu