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How to Handle Court Proceedings Invoking Non-Compliance with EU Nature Protection Law

  • Focus on Site & Species Protection

Chypre, 14 janvier 2020
Langue:
Grec
Référence:
420DV79

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Objective

This one-day intensive workshop will provide the participants with an overview of EU nature law with a focus on site and species protection under the Habitats and Birds Directives. Emphasis will be given to the efforts aimed at eliminating illegal killing, trapping and trade of wild birds according to the Bern Convention Recommendation No 177(2015).

By addressing these issues highlighting the relevant domestic law and the national jurisprudence, this workshop aims at facilitating the handling of future national court proceedings in this field.

Key topics

  • Habitats Directive – Articles 6 & 12Birds Directive – Articles 5, 6, 7, 8
  • Application of derogations under Article 9 of the Birds Directive and Article 16 of the Habitats Directive
  • CJEU case law on site and species protection
  • Bern Convention Recommendation No 177 (2015) on illegal killing, trapping and trade of wild birds
  • The role of the judge in site and species protection
  • Various case studies on the topics

Who should attend?

Cypriot judges and prosecutors

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Note importante
No seminar fee. Participation on selection. Selected participants will receive a significant contribution to their travel and accommodation costs.

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Responsables

Academy of European Law on behalf of the European Commission (contracting authority)

Kleoniki Pouikli

Assistante:
Laura König

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