22/02/2017 - - EJN
AWARD DECISION - CALL FOR FUNDING 2017

In line with the procedure described in the calls for application for Funding for the organisation of Meetings of the EJN Contact Points in the Member States - Regional and National meetings - 2017, the Evaluation Committee has assessed the proposals that were received within the deadline for application, as published on the EJN website.

The Authorising Officer, as per the recommendation of the Evaluation Board, has decided to award a maximum of 5.000 EUR per meeting and up to 95% of the eligible costs for the organisation of the following meetings:

 

Applicant

Participating Countries

Meeting Topic - Summarised

Finland

Finland, Estonia, Sweden, Latvia and Lithuania
(26 participants)

Application and transition to the European Investigation Order

Belgium

Belgium
(50-60 participants)

Increase the networking among practitioners - raise awareness about the work of EJN and its tools

Poland

Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, Lithuania and Slovakia
(23 participants)

European Investigation Order - practical implementation and cooperation. First experiences

The Netherlands (1)

Germany, Spain, The Netherlands and France
(12 participants)

Compensation in cases of unjustified detention as a result of an EAW arrest

Slovenia

Slovenia, Croatia, Albania, Bosnia and Hercegovina, FYROM, Kosovo, Montenegro and Serbia
(30 participants)

Judicial cooperation in the Balkan Region

The Netherlands (2)

The Netherlands, Spain and France
(15 participants)

Implementation of the Framework Decision 2009/829/JHA on mutual recognition to Decisions on Supervision Measures as an Alternative to Provisional Detention

Germany

Germany, Austria, Luxembourg, France, Poland and tbc Romania
(36 participants)

The right to access to a lawyer in EAW proceedings and on the rights to have a third party informed upon deprivation of liberty

Lithuania

Lithuania
(40 participants)

EJN Assistance in legal cooperation

Latvia

Lithuania, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Norway and Canada
(35 participants)

Mutual recognition of freezing and confiscation orders

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