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20 April 2021


Appointment of ERA Director to Commission’s Expert Group on European Judicial Training


On 25 February 2021, ERA Director Jean-Philippe Rageade was appointed – in his personal capacity – Member of the European Commission’s Expert Group on European Judicial Training for the next four years.

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Foto: Appointment of ERA Director to Commission’s Expert Group on European Judicial Training.

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The tasks of the Group, which is managed by the Directorate-General for Justice and Consumers (DG JUST) are:

-      to assist DG JUST in the development and implementation of policy initiatives in the field of judicial training;

-      to expand cooperation and coordination between the Commission and national and European stakeholders on the implementation of the European judicial training strategy for 2021-2024;

-      to assist DG JUST in the process of regular evaluation and reporting on the implementation of the European judicial training strategy;

-      to assist DG JUST in the early preparation of the post-2024 European judicial training strategy;

-      to bring about an exchange of experience and good practice in the field of judicial training and required EU support.

 
Background


The Commission’s Directorate-General for Justice first set up a group of experts on European judicial training in 2010 to receive advice in the process of drafting the first European judicial training strategy and its subsequent implementation. The Commission adopted in 2011 the Communication ‘Building trust in EU-wide justice - a new dimension to judicial training’, which elapsed in 2020.

 
The European Commission has stated that it is essential that judicial training remains high on the EU agenda and is further strengthened. This is reflected in the Communication ‘Ensuring justice in the EU – a European judicial training strategy for 2021-2024’ adopted by the Commission on 2 December 2020. EU support to judicial training must be sustainable and relevant to the grassroots-level reality and needs, with its effects properly measured and evaluated. The group should thus continue its activities and its membership has been renewed for a new mandate. The group will be made up of 25 members and will meet once or twice per year.


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