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Title: 1st Training Seminar on Resolution of cross-border family conflicts: International judicial cooperation in the field of cross-border family conflicts: special reference to problems involved in serving abroad decisions made in cross-border family conflicts
Activity:Training Sessions
Start Date:15/12/2009
End Date:17/12/2009

This seminar takes place under the second main component of the project “Resolution of Cross‐Border Family Conflicts”. Most experts consider that training is the core issue in any process of change affecting well functioning institutions and good governance. A complete training, balanced and plural, is a prerequisite if the Judiciary wants to be espected and worthy of respect. For this reason, this second part of the EuroMed Justice II project will play a relevant role through the training activities in order to contribute to the strengthening of the Euro‐editerranean justice area. The title of this seminar “International judicial cooperation in the field of cross‐border family conflicts: special reference to problems involved in serving abroad decisions made in cross‐border family conflicts” was agreed during the Working Group meetings held on this component. More particularly, this session is focused on the importance of judicial international co‐operation in order to solve the main problems involved in serving abroad judicial decisions with special reference to the cross‐border family conflicts. In this respect, the different subtopics will enable us to carry out an in‐depth analysis on several relevant aspects which are directly linked with the main topic under discussion. We are going to share the international experts’ opinion and the participants’ approach on these topics from their own perspective, experience and respective competences. Through an in‐depth and detailed discussion, we will know the current situation related to the topics addressed, among others: The European Union and Council of Europe framework: present and future; The Hague Conference: Special reference to the Malta Conferences, Conflicts of law and urisdiction or the role of the focal point/central authority in solving the main difficulties on this topic. Thanks to this seminar, we will get to know the different features in the region and we will learn each other through the different experiences and views of the participants.

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Agenda of the TS 2.1 (Lisbon, 15-17 December 2009)
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Full list of Training Sessions
Access to justice and legal aid / 1.1 (24/11/2009 - 26/11/2009)
Access to justice and legal aid / 1.2 (09/02/2010 - 11/02/2010)
Access to justice and legal aid / 1.3 (23/03/2010 - 25/03/2010)
Access to justice and legal aid / 1.4 (04/05/2010 - 06/05/2010)
Access to justice and legal aid / 1.5 (15/06/2010 - 17/06/2010)
Access to justice and legal aid / 1.6 (27/07/2010 - 29/07/2010)
Resolution of cross-border family conflicts / 2.1 (15/12/2009 - 17/12/2009)
Resolution of cross-border family conflicts / 2.2 (23/02/2010 - 25/02/2010)
Resolution of cross-border family conflicts / 2.3 (13/04/2010 - 15/04/2008)
Resolution of cross-border family conflicts / 2.4 (18/05/2010 - 20/05/2010)
Resolution of cross-border family conflicts / 2.5 (29/06/2010 - 01/07/2010)
Resolution of cross-border family conflicts / 2.6 (28/09/2010 - 30/09/2010)
Criminal and prison law / 3.1 (26/01/2010 - 28/01/2010)
Criminal and prison law / 3.2 (09/03/2010 - 11/03/2010)
Criminal and prison law / 3.4 (01/06/2010 - 03/06/2010)
Criminal and prison law / 3.5 (13/07/2010 - 15/07/2010)
Criminal and prison law / 3.6 (19/10/2010 - 21/10/2010)
Criminal and prison law / 3.3 (16/11/2010 - 18/11/2010)

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The European Commission launched a tender for the implementation of a new programme, the EuroMed Justice II Programme (January 2008 – January 2011). This tender was awarded to the consortium led by the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) and composed of the International and Ibero-American Foundation of Administration and Public Policies (FIIAPP) and of the Spanish General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ).