Action grants to support national or transnational e-Justice projects

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The objective is to contribute to achieving the objectives of the European e-Justice Strategy 2014-2018. It will support the implementation of e-Justice projects at European and national level, insofar that they have a European dimension.

The first priority will be given to support of the implementation of a platform for Mutual Legal Assistance requests regarding e-evidence, in line with the Conclusions of the Council of the European Union on improving criminal justice in cyberspace, adopted on 9 June 2016.

Secondary priorities concern project applications aiming at joining or enhancing existing or ongoing e-Justice portal projects, in particular:

  • Interconnection of National Insolvency Registers (IRI)[1];
  • Find a Lawyer (FAL);
  • Find a Notary (FAN);
  • Find a Bailiff (FAB);
  • Implementation of the European Case Law Identifier (ECLI) in case law repositories and interconnection with the e-Justice Portal;
  • Land Registers Interconnection (LRI);
  • European Court Database;
  • Other e-Justice portal projects related to development of the relevant EU policies, such as victims’ rights, rights of suspects and accused in criminal proceedings, and projects which are in advanced stage of development or already live on the Portal at the moment when the call is published.

In addition, the Consumer Law Database, an e-Justice project being developed in 2016-2017, will receive funding for content update from the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme.

Transnational projects will receive a higher priority than national ones. Other projects which support the implementation of the e-Justice Strategy 2014-2018[2] and its Action Plan will not be excluded, subject to available budget. Applications related to projects having an A-priority under the Council e-Justice Action Plan[3] will be given priority over those having a B-priority.

[1]Given the focus on achieving compliance with the requirements of Regulation (EU) 2015/848, applications aiming at joining the current Interconnection of National Insolvency Registers operated on the e-Justice Portal on voluntary basis are no longer considered a priority.

[2]http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=celex%3A52013XG1221(02)

[3]http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=CELEX%3A52014XG0614(01)

Termin nadsyłania zgłoszeń

11 październik 2017

Adres strony internetowej

https://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/just/topics/just-jacc-eju-ag-2017.html