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SELECT Training begins!

Thanks to the relentless work of the partners and the active contribution of lay and honorary European judges through the filling of the questionnaire on training needs, SELECT partnership is pleased to announce the start of training courses!

SELECT training courses, funded by the European Commission, are intended for honorary and lay judges of the European Union and focus on issues related to the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights. These issues have been divided into "general part" modules (including general and introductory questions) and "special part" modules (relating to individual rights, provided for by the Charter, which have been the subject of in-depth analysis and adapted to the target groups following what emerged from the survey on training needs).

The project foresees the arrangement of training courses in Austria, Germany and Italy. Below are the training calendars, divided by Country. The calendars are partly provisional and, therefore, may undergo changes that will be promptly communicated.

The modalities of participation will be announced by the partnership.

AUSTRIA

Target group Honorary judges expert in commercial matters Honorary judges operating in Social+Workers, administrative and penal courts
Year 2021 2022
Where Salzburg, on the occasion of the del 33rd European Congress of Judges expert in Commercial Matters Online or hybrid
Themes General part + Special part General part + Special part
Calendar 5-6/11/2021 To be defined

GERMANY

Target group Honorary judges operating in Social+Workers, administrative and penal courts
Year 2021 2022
Where Online Online
Themes General part Special part
Calendar 🔹 03/11/2021 at 18:30-21:00
🔹 11/11/2021 at 18:30-21:00
🔹 20/11/2021 at 18:30-21:00
🔹 23/11/2021 at 18:30-21:00
🔹 30/11/2021 at 18:30-21:00
To be defined

ITALY

Target group Lay and Honorary Judges
Year 2022
Where Online (+ last module in face-by-face modality)
Themes General part + Special part
Calendar 🔹 Module 1 (online) – 14/01/2022, 15.00-18:00
The EU CFR within the system of EU legal sources

🔹 Module 2 (online) – 21/01/2022, 15.00-18:00
The EU CFR and competing tools

🔹 Module 3 (online) – 02/02/2022, 15.00-18:00
The scope of application of the EU CFR: theory and practice

🔹 Module 4 (online) – 11/02/2022, 15.00-18:00
The protection of fundamental rights in EU criminal law

🔹 Module 5 (online) – 25/02/2022, 15.00-18:00
The right to asylum

🔹 Module 6 (online) – 02/03/2022, 15.00-18:00
The rights of the child

🔹 Module 7 (online) – 11/03/2022, 15.00-18:00
The right to respect for private and family life

🔹 Module 8 (online) – 23/03/2022, 15.00-18:00
Consumer protection

🔹 Module 9 (online) – 08/04/2022, 15.00-18:00
The role of lay judges in the application of the EU CFR

🔹 Module 10 (face-to-face) – to be defined
Practical exercise session and Train-the-Trainer Scheme

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