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Academic Projects in EU Criminal Law

Prof. Paul De Hert

Constitutional European Criminal Law after Lisbon and Stockholm. In Search of a Foundation Respectful of Human Rights

COMMON RESEARCH LINE – The Future of European Criminal Law A lot has been done for the past years in the area of police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters, but there is still a lot that needs to be done in order to create a real area of Freedom, Security and Justice within the European Union. In an area of increasing mobility, the priority should be to develop and promote a...
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University of Catania

The European Penal Area after Lisbon: new EU competences, new instruments, new balance between needs to fight against crime and protection of fundamental rights

The Module aims to comply with students’ and practitioners’ growing demand of deeper and continuous learning about European action in criminal matters. The project is directed to investigate, with...
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ECLAN II – 2nd phase of the ECLAN network development

The ECLAN II Project aimed the second phase developing the ECLAN network. This second phase was necessary for the ECLAN’s functioning in the long term and for adequately fulfils its missions. Its...
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Procuradoria General da República

Strengthening the recovery of assets in the framework of the fight against serious crime (Decision 2007/125/JHA)

Assessing the relevance of the recovery of proceeds as an instrument in the fight against serious crime, with a particular focus on mechanisms of extended confiscation.
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Prof. Anne Weyemberg (promoter)

L’Union européenne et la prévention du terrorisme : impact sur le droit pénal et redéfinition de la relation entre le droit pénal européen et les droits pénaux nationaux

The project covers an essential part of the work of the EU within the framework of the fight against terrorism, namely the part relating to criminal law and cooperation between departments of...
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University of Castilla-La Mancha

Data Protection in Criminal Proceedings

The main goal of the DPiCP Project was to provide awareness of the main principles and rights on data protection applicable in investigations and further steps of criminal proceedings. To this...
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University of Castilla-La Mancha

Treaty of Lisbon, the answer to all problems and shortcomings of judicial cooperation in criminal matters?

The main goal of the Project was to promote discussion among academics and practitioners on the most relevant changes introduced by the Treaty of Lisbon in the Area of Freedom, Security and...
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