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Access to justice and legal aid
Component: Access to justice and legal aid
In this field, the project will aim to help speed up access procedures, the handling of cases, and processing of incoming requests. It will also promote exchanges of experience between the Mediterranean countries and the EU on methods for informing persons involved in legal proceedings of their rights. Another objective is to support the use of alternative conflict resolution methods such as mediation, other alternative dispute settlement methods and the appointment of justices of the peace. Under this component, the project will try to help advance legislative reforms designed to ensure full respect for human rights, particularly the right to a defence; help to develop systems that will offer the possibility of free advice to people on low incomes; facilitate the exchange of views and experiences in respect to questions linked with the discrimination of women.


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2nd meeting of WG 1 Access to Justice and Legal Aid
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3rd meeting of WG 1 Access to Justice and Legal Aid
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4th meeting of WG 1 Access to Justice and Legal Aid
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Training Sessions
UN 1990. United Nations Rules for the Protection of Juveniles Deprived of their Liberty. . A/RES/45/113.
| 16/07/2010 | Download
UN 2002. UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Conciliation with Guide to Enactment and Use 2002
| 22/07/2010 | Download
UN 2005. Guidelines on Justice Matters involving Child Victims and Witnesses of Crime.
| 16/07/2010 | Download

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2018 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).