The two-day event was organised in a hybrid format, using EJTN’s Virtual Classroom, and attracted 41 participants (first day) and 47 (second day) from all over Europe. The seminar’s main goal was to support the training of EJTN Members in the design of project concepts for the 2023 call and their implementation. It also allowed new EJTN Members to get acquainted with the dos and don’ts of applying for EU funding.
In addition, the participants had the opportunity to exchange views and best practices on project budget management, lump sum grants, project delivery and handling of administrative tasks, such as the official templates and forms used for the call.
Ramin Farinpour, from the Academy of European Law (ERA), acted as coordinator for the workshop. The activity also benefited from the participation of several experts from the European Commission’s Directorate General for Justice and Consumers, the ERA and the French National School for the Judiciary (ENM).
EJTN is proud to act as a connector and meeting point for the European Commission’s, ERA’s, and the national Member Institutes’ expertise. EJTN wishes to thank the European Commission’s representatives for their support and for presenting the current call for proposals on judicial training and other EU-funded project opportunities.
This annual meeting is a very important stepping stone to more judicial cooperation and joint judicial training projects across Europe.