The FAIRNESS project aims to
- promote a balanced harmonization of the legal practices of the Member States (MS) in relation to the implementation of various EU directives (2016/343, 2016/800, 2016/1919, 2013/48 / EU) in the case a suspect or defendant is involved in crimes related to terrorism or radicalization;
- explore the coherence between the "spirit" and the forecasts of the "Stockholm roadmap" and the investigative and preventive practices (including the 2014/41 / EU directive and the Council framework decisions 2002/584 / JHA) which involve suspects or defendants for crimes related to terrorism in the pre-trial phase.
Type and number of people benefiting from the project:
- = /> 500 among judges, courts, investigative judges, prosecutors and lawyers; 200 LEA (Law Enforcement Agencies - or law enforcement agencies);
- 200 members of the penitentiary police, prison staff and judges / surveillance courts;
- 300 legal experts (criminologists, lawyers, etc.);
- 100 NGOs and journalists;
- 100 CoP legal experts;
- 80 trainers;
- 25 legal stakeholders.
- better knowledge, legal harmonization;
- strengthening of cooperation and exchange of best practices in relation to the rights of persons suspected or accused of offenses related to terrorism;
- improving the cooperation of judicial authorities with NGOs, the media and professional organizations in the field of the rights of persons suspected or accused of crimes related to terrorism.
- FONDAZIONE AGENFOR INTERNATIONAL (Italy) - Coordinator;
- VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL - VUB (Belgium);
- CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF DEMOCRACY (Bulgaria);
- HOCHSCHULE FUR OFFENTLICHE VERWALTUNG - HFOV (Germany);
- MINISTERO DELLA GIUSTIZIA - MoJ IT (Italy);
- STICHTING FOUNDATION ICPA OFFICE IN EUROPE - ICPA (Netherlands);
- QUALIFY JUST - IT SOLUTIONS AND CONSULTING LDA - IPS (Portugal);
This project was funded by the European Commission DG Justice & Consumers under the Agreement no. 847353.