The EuroMed Justice II Project will set up two networks via the webpage: the Euro-Mediterranean Interprofessional Judicial Network (EMIJN) and the Euro-Mediterranean Network of Judicial Schools (EMNJS).

Euro-Mediterranean Interprofessional Judicial Network (EMIJN) (interprofessional network of the legal Community of the Euro-Mediterranean region).  This is a network made up of specialists in judicial issues, of interprofessional scope, that will rely on information technologies and, more particularly, on the Project webpage in order to exchange experiences and good practices and to start a dialogue on the policy papers drawn up by thea Working Groups.   The members of the WG and other experts will be the core of this network. Moreover, could be added to the members of this network the more than 500 legal professionals that have attended the activities of the EuroMed Justice 1 Programme. The operating conditions and the topics of interest of this network will be defined as the project is developed.

Euro-Mediterranean Network of Judicial Schools (EMNJS).   Our aim is to achieve a strategic alliance between Judicial Schools and other Judicial Training Centres of the region, which represent the best instrument to reproduce in each one of the countries concerned, through training actions, the experiences and good practices identified under the project and the most relevant contents of the training seminars. This network will contribute directly to create the necessary conditions for access to and dissemination of the Project activities. The Euro-Mediterranean Network of Judicial Schools will enable the Judicial Training Centres of the beneficiary countries to establish a direct relationship with the Judicial Schools in the EU Member States, and in particular, with the European Judicial Training Network, and to establish useful contacts for the development of international cooperation. 

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2023 EUROMED Justice II Project

EUROMED Justice II Project
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).