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The project was divided into three phases. In the first phase, a comprehensive desk study was carried out on the implementation of the EAW and Framework Decisions on detention, potential fundamental rights concerns as well as the cooperation between the judiciary and NPMs in extradition procedures.

In a second phase, two workshops were organised: one, in Trier on 21-22 April 2016 (Strengthening Cooperation in Criminal Matters Between the Judiciary and National Preventive Mechanisms - Consultation Workshop for Judges; click here for the summary of the workshop), which involved judges from EU Member States, and one in Vienna on 6-7 June 2016 (Strengthening Cooperation in Criminal Matters Between the Judiciary and National Preventive Mechanisms - Consultation Workshop for NPMs; click here for the summary of the workshop), designed for EU NPMs. The workshops provided a platform for representatives of NPMs and the judiciary to gain awareness of each other’s roles, and to think of ways to develop modalities for a dialogue in the application of the EAW and other Framework Decisions related to detention.

The final phase included a conference in Vienna with NPMs, judges as well as relevant stakeholders on 16-17 November 2016, with the purpose to identify concrete ways to strengthen cooperation (Strengthening relationships between judiciary and NPMs - final conference; click here for the summary of the final conference). Finaly, a study was published on judicial cooperation and the role of NPMs to strengthen the consistent and correct implementation of EU law in criminal matters. It comprises good practice examples and recommendations identified during research and consultations on how to improve cooperation between judges and NPMs for a more consistent implementation of EU law in line with fundamental rights standards, targeting the judiciary, NPMs and EU institutions.


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Ramin Farinpour
Course Director, Senior Lawyer - Criminal Law
phone: +49 (0)651 937 37 310
fax: +49 (0)651 937 37 773
Foto: Ramin Farinpour LL.M.


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