Save the date - next meetings of the working groups in 2018
1) 15/16 March 2018: the AEAJ-EJTN seminar will
take place in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Topic: " Structural issues on
conflicts of norms" (with maximum 20 participants nominated by
Details on the event and possibility
to apply for participation will be given to you asap.
2) 17/18 May 2018: NIM-AEAJ
seminar in Bucarest, Romania.
This workshop will...
Conclusions and Report of the platform for an independent judiciary in Turkey
Please find here the conclusions of the platform for an independent judiciary in
Turkey of 17th july 2017:conclusionsPlease find here the report of the platform for an independent judiciary in Turkey - one year after:report
Joint Statement by CCBE, EFJ and EAJ on the ongoing crackdown on the rule of law in Turkey
The Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE), the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ), and the European Association of Judges (EAJ) firmly condemn the ongoing widespread persecution of lawyers, journalists, judges and prosecutors in Turkey. statement
Penal Discussion Press Freedom and the rule of law in Turkey ahead of the constitutional referendum
find attached the invitation of Scott Griffen, Director of Press Freedom
Programmes International Press Institute (IPI), to a panel discussion and
networking event in Vienna with leading lawyers, academics and journalists from
Turkey.Press Freedom and the rule of law in Turkey ahead of the constitutional referendum
Letter of the International Association of Judges about the situation in Turkey
Please find here the etter of the International Association of
Judges to Mr Erdogan, President of the Turkish Republic, on the detention of
the president of the Turkish Association of Judges and Prosecutors (YARSAV), Mr
Murat Arslan. This letter is fully supported by AEAJ.letter
Invitation to the press conference of the Platform for Independent Judicary in Turkey
In order to present the result of the first activities from the Platform for Independent Judicary in Turkey and discuss the next activities, a press conference on the topic "The situation of the Turkish judicial system before and after the coup d’etat. How to restore the rule of law in...
Statement of the CCJE Bureau to the situation in Turkey
Find here the Comments by the CCJE Bureau following the request of the Association of European Administrative Judges (AEAJ) to provide opinion about certain aspects of the legislation in Turkey concerning judges and prosecutors:statement CCJE
ACTIONES Project - European University Institute, Florence
part at the ACTIONES-project, realized by the European University,
project, a handbook will finally be published, containing different
modules (the first part will be about the scope and application of the
_Fundamental Rights Charter (FRC), Judicial interaction techniques, available to
national judges in the field of FR in the EU and...