Developments in PIL Public consultations

Mapping European Practitioners’ Training Needs: The e-Capsules Project

In its Communication Ensuring justice in the EU – a European judicial training strategy for 2021-2024, the European Commission underlined the importance of European judicial training opportunities that enable legal practitioners to understand the role of EU law in their daily practice and to ensure that the rights and obligations stemming from EU law are respected in national judicial proceedings.

The European Institute for Public Administration (EIPA) and ICF are working to create and develop a series of e-learning courses (e-Capsules) for European practitioners on EU Civil Justice, Criminal Justice and Fundamental Rights for the European Commission Directorate-General for Justice and Consumers (DG JUST).

In order to identify the training needs and knowledge gaps all legal professionals within the 27 EU Member States are struggling with in the area of EU fundamental rights, civil justice, and criminal justice, EIPA and ICF have designed an online survey.

Those with an interest in these areas are invited to participate in the online survey that is available here in English, French, and German. The survey is meant to take approximately 10 minutes and can be completed over more than one session, if needed.

The survey is open until 31 October 2023.

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