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Title: Opinion of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights on the draft Directive regarding the European Investigation
Order
Author (Corp. Body): Agency for Fundamental Rights
Year: 2011
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: data protectionEUbasic rightinformation exchangedirectivepenal lawprocedure
Subject: Law. Jurisprudence. Legal systems
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: OPINION no 3-2006 : THE HUMAN RIGHTS RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE EU MEMBER STATES IN THE CONTEXT OF THE C.I.A. ACTIVITIES IN
EUROPE ; (‘EXTRAORDINARY RENDITIONS’)
Table of Contents
I. Introduction
II. The alleged CIA activities in Europe (extraordinary renditions) within the Framework of the NATO or the bilateral SOFA (‘status of forces’) agreements
III. The Protection from Torture and other Forms of Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment in E.U. Member States
IV. Conclusions and Recommendations
Author (Corp. Body): Network of Independent Experts on Fundamental Rights
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz, Freiheit und Sicherheit
Year: 2006
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: CFR-CDF.Opinion3.2006
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: foreign countriesEUhuman rightsmilitarypenal lawcivil law
Subject: International relationsEuropean Community treaties and agreementsHuman rights
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesUSA
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Title: Judicial cooperation in civil matters in the European Unoin : A guide for legal practitioners
Table of Contents
1. Introduction
1.1. ‘Judicial cooperation in civil matters’ — building bridges between the judicial systems in the EU
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1.3. Special position of Denmark, Ireland and the United Kingdom
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2. Jurisdiction, recognition and enforcement in civil and commercial matters — the Brussels I Regulation
2.1. General Introduction
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3. The European procedures in civil and commercial matters
3.1. Overview
3.2. The European enforcement order for uncontested claims — EEO
3.3....
4. Insolvency
4.1. Background
4.2. The European Insolvency Regulation
5. Applicable Law
5.1. Applicable law — the problem
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6. Parental Responsibility and Divorce
6.1. The ‘Brussels IIa’ Regulation
6.2. Applicable Law in Divorce — The ‘Rome III’ Regulation
7. Maintenance Obligations
7.1. Background to the Maintenance Regulation - the Brussels I Regulation and the Hague 2007 Maintenance Convention
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8. Succession
8.1. Background and purposes of the Regulation on Succession
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9. Service of documents
9.1. Background to the Service of documents Regulation
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10. Taking of evidence
10.1. Background to the Taking of Evidence Regulation
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11. Legal Aid
11.1. Background
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12. Mediation
12.1. Settling out of court — alternative methods for resolving civil and commercial disputes in the European Union
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13. Execution of Judgments
13.1. Background
13.2. European Account Preservation Order (EAPO)
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14. Facilitating Judicial Cooperation and Access to Information in practice
14.1. The European Judicial Network in civil and commercial matters
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List of Instruments referred to in this Guide
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz
Contributer: European Judicial Network in Civil and Commercial Matters
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen, Luxemburg
Year: 2014
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-39699-1 | DS-01-14-725-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: applicationevidencedivorceparenthoodinheritance lawEUEuropean LawCommercial Law
information exchangejudiciarycooperationmediationlegal assistancepenal lawsupportcivil lawforeclosure
Subject: European Community law in generalCivil lawFamily lawCommercial law. Economic lawAdministrative law
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Study on criminal sanction legislation and practice in representative Member States : Final Report
Table of Contents
1. Introduction
2. Criminal offenses and sanctions in representative Member States
2.1. Child Pornography
2.2. Drug Trafficking
2.3. Money Laundering
2.4. Frauds with no cash means of payment
2.5. Illegal Entry
3. Diagnosis, recommendations and proposals
Author (Corp. Body): Thomson Reuters Aranzadi
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz
Year: 2014
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-38539-1 | JUST/2011/JPEN/PR/0066/A4 | DS-04-14-632-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: frauddrug-related crimeEUmoneyillegal immigrationchildpornographylegal usage
penal lawpayment transactions
Subject: European Community law in generalCriminal law. Penal sanctions. Penal institutions
Countries Scheme: Germany. General ResourcesEurope. General ResourcesSwedenLatviaPolandHungary
RomaniaItalySpainCyprusFranceUnited Kingdom
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Title: A Guide for Users to the European Small Claims Procedure : A short introduction to the main practical aspects of the use
of the procedure based on the Regulation
Abstract
The purpose of this Guide is to give a direct introduction to the European Small Claims Procedure, referred to throughout the Guide as ‘the procedure’. The Guide is designed to assist users of the procedure in understanding what each of its stages involves. In particular it should assist a party wishing to commence a procedure case and also a party against whom a case has been lodged. The guide is relatively short and straightforward, for ease of access and intelligibility. It does not go into very great detail, deliberately, the intention being to keep the description of the various aspects of the procedure as short and simple as possible. For a more detailed description of the procedure, and for additional information which may enable users of the procedure to understand it in more depth, the companion Practice Guide can be used, references to whose contents can be found in most of the paragraphs of the Users’ Guide, for example ‘PG 1.1’. [Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Introduction: Contemplating legal action to recover a cross-border claim in the EU
Part One: The purpose, uses and scope of the procedure described
Part Two: Questions about costs and expenses?
Part Three: Taking a small claim to court
Part Four: Responding to a claim
Part Five: Proceeding to judgment
Part Six: After the judgment
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz | European Judicial Network in Civil and Commercial Matters
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen, Luxemburg
Year: 2014
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-35863-0 | DS-02-14-145-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: delictEUlegal usagepenal lawoffense
Subject: European Community law in generalCriminal law. Penal sanctions. Penal institutions
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Thematic Evaluation of European Commission Support to Justice and Security System Reform : Final Report ; Volume I –
Main Report
Title (other): Thematic Evaluation of European Commission Support to Justice and Security System Reform : Final Report ; Volume II –
Annexes 1 to 4 | Thematic Evaluation of European Commission Support to Justice and Security System Reform : Final Report
; Volume II – Annexes 5 to 7 | Thematic Evaluation of European Commission Support to Justice and Security System Reform
: Final Report ; Volume II – Annexes 8 to 13 | Fiche Contradictoire : Evaluation of European Commission Support to
Justice and Security System Reform | Quality Grid : Thematic Evaluation of European Commission Support to Justice and
Security System Reform ; Final Report, November 2011 | Thematic Evaluation of the European Commission Support to Justice
and Security System Reform (JSSR) – Ref. 1295 ; EVINFO
Abstract
This evaluation was commissioned by the Joint Evaluation Unit in DG DEVCO on behalf of the European Commission. It provides an independent assessment of the Commission’s past support to Justice and Security System Reform (JSSR), and makes recommendations with a view to improving current and future Commission strategies and programmes. The evaluation covers the period 2001-2009 and all regions where the Commission provides JSSR assistance, with the exception of those countries that fall under the mandate of DG Enlargement. Only those aspects of justice reform which mostly directly fall under Security System Reform, such as strengthening of criminal justice systems and the legal institutions involved in the oversight of security institutions, are considered. The evaluation covers all funds provided by the Commission geographical programmes (EDF, ENPI, DCI) and the thematic budget lines (such as the IfS, EIDHR, NSA), with the exception of humanitarian funds managed by ECHO. This represents a total of €1bn of funds contracted over the evaluation period. An inventory and typology of these funds is presented in Annex 9 of this report.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
LIST OF ACRONYMS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 OVERALL OBJECTIVE, MANDATE AND SCOPE OF THE EVALUATION
1.2 KEY PHASES OF THE EVALUATION
1.3 STRUCTURE OF THE FINAL REPORT
2. BACKGROUND AND CONTEXT
2.1 EVOLUTION OF JSSR POLICIES AT INTERNATIONAL AND EU LEVELS
2.1.1 International context
2.1.2 EU policy context
2.2 OVERVIEW OF COMMISSION FINANCIAL SUPPORT TO JSSR OVER THE PERIOD 2001-2009
3. METHODOLOGY
3.1 STRUCTURED EVALUATION APPROACH
3.1.1 Intervention logic
3.1.2 The set of Evaluation Questions
3.2 TOOLS AND SOURCES OF INFORMATION
3.3 CHALLENGES AND LIMITATIONS
4. ANSWERS TO THE EVALUATION QUESTIONS
EVALUATION QUESTION 1 ON RELEVANCE AND ADDED VALUE
EVALUATION QUESTION 2 ON NATIONAL OWNERSHIP OF JSSR PROCESSES
EVALUATION QUESTION 3 ON CIVIL MANAGEMENT BODIES & CIVIL OVERSIGHT MECHANISMS
EVALUATION QUESTION 4 ON JUSTICE REFORM
EVALUATION QUESTION 5 ON LAW ENFORCEMENT (INCL. BORDER MANAGEMENT)
EVALUATION QUESTION 6 ON SUPPORT TO DDR
EVALUATION QUESTION 7 ON REGIONAL STABILITY
EVALUATION QUESTION 8 ON STATE SECURITY AND HUMAN SECURITY
EVALUATION QUESTION 9 ON COST-EFFECTIVENESS
EVALUATION QUESTION 10 ON COORDINATION AND COMPLEMENTARITY
5. CONCLUSIONS
5.1 OVERALL ASSESSMENT
5.2 POLICY COMMITMENT AND FRAMEWORK
5.3 STRATEGY AND IMPLEMENTATION
5.4 RESULTS AND IMPACT
5.5 INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY AND PARTNERSHIPS
6. RECOMMENDATIONS
6.1 POLICY COMMITMENT AND FRAMEWORK
6.2 STRATEGY AND IMPLEMENTATION
6.3 RESULTS AND IMPACT
6.4 INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY AND PARTNERSHIPS
| VOLUME 2 – ANNEXES
ANNEX 1 : TERMS OF REFERENCE
ANNEX 2 : TOOLS AND SOURCES FOR THE STRUCTURED EVALUATION QUESTIONS
ANNEX 3 : DESCRIPTION FICHES OF THE 24 SELECTED INTERVENTIONS
ANNEX 4 : COMPILED DATA COLLECTION GRIDS
ANNEX 5 : DATA COLLECTION GRID FOR META-ANALYSIS OF EVALUATIONS
ANNEX 6 : RESULTS OF CSP/RSP REVIEW
ANNEX 7 : SURVEY TO EU DELEGATIONS AND RESULTS
ANNEX 8 : ROM ANALYSIS
ANNEX 9 : INVENTORY AND TYPOLOGY OF COMMISSION JSSR FUNDS (2001-2009)
ANNEX 10 : JUSTICE AND SECURITY INDICATORS AT COUNTRY LEVEL
ANNEX 11 : DEBRIEFING PRESENTATIONS OF FIELD MISSIONS
ANNEX 12 : LIST OF PERSONS MET
ANNEX 13 : BIBLIOGRAPHY
Author (Corp. Body): Aide a? la De?cision Economique, Ottignies Louvain la Neuve
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | Egeval II | PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt, Freiburg im Breisgau | Development Researchers Network | Deutsches Institut
Year: 2011
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: EuropeAid/122888/C/SER/Multi | 2010/234349
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: evaluationdevelopment aid policyEUfinancial assistancejudiciaryreformsecurity policypenal law
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community funds and other financial instrumentsEuropean Community external relationsCriminal law
Countries Scheme: Global ResourcesEurope. General Resources
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Title: Study on alternatives to coercive sanctions as response to drug law offences and drug-related crimes : Final report
Title (other): Study on alternatives to coercive sanctions as response to drug law offences and drug-related crimes : Appendix A ;
Questionnaire to be completed by Member State experts
Abstract
The EU Action Plan on Drugs 2013-2016 requires EU member states to ‘provide, where appropriate and in accordance with their legal frameworks, alternatives to coercive sanctions (such as education, treatment, rehabilitation, aftercare and social integration) for drug using offenders’. The EU Action Plan on Drugs 2013-2016 also requests increased monitoring, implementation and evaluation of alternatives to coercive sanctions for drug-using offenders.This document reports findings from a ‘study on alternatives to coercive sanctions as response to drug law offences and drug-related crimes’, which has been conducted by RAND Europe for the European Commission, DG Migration and Home Affairs. This document includes:Introduction to the study (Chapter 1), an overview of the approach to data collection (Chapter 2) and an explanation of how alternative sanctions were selected for inclusion in this report (Chapter 3).Findings about the alternatives to coercive sanctions that are available across EU member states (Chapter 4). Findings about the statistics available about the use of alternatives to coercive sanctions with the member states (Chapter 5) and about the reasons why alternatives are used in practice, or not (Chapter 6).Findings from the review and assessment of international research on the effectiveness of alternatives to coercive sanctions (Chapter 7).Conclusions and suggestions for further action (Chapter 8).[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
PREFACE
SUMMARY
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. Purpose of the study
1.2. Scope of the study
1.3. Other recent work in this field
2. OVERVIEW OF STUDY APPROACH
2.1. Overview of study approach
2.2. Limitations of the study
3. APPLYING THE DEFINITION OF ACS
4. FINDINGS ABOUT ACS AVAILABLE IN MEMBER STATES
4.1. Types of ACS reported
4.2. Treatment as a main component or condition
14.3. Types of treatment available
4.4. Introduction dates of ACS
4.5. Scope of geographic application
4.6. Professionals who offer ACS, professionals delivering ACS and setting in which ACS can be applied
4.7. Who pays for the treatment provided under ACS?
4.8. Type of offences and offenders for which ACS can be used
4.9. Minimum and maximum length of ACS imposed
4.10. What happens when offenders do not comply with the conditions of ACS imposed?
5. STATISTICS ON THE USE OF ACS
5.1. Collecting statistics on ACS
5.2. Overview of ACS for which data were provided
5.3. Case studies on statistics regarding use in practice
6. THEMATIC ANALYSIS OF THE USE OF ACS IN PRACTICE
6.1. Frequency of use of ACS in practice
6.2. Reasons why ACS were and were not used in practice
7. REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL LITERATURE
7.1. Scope and objective: updating recently-conducted reviews
7.2. Evidence on effectiveness
7.3. Effectiveness of ACS in reducing reoffending
7.4. Effectiveness of ACS in reducing drug use
7.5. Effectiveness of ACS in improving other outcomes
7.6. Effectiveness of drug courts
7.7. Evidence of factors enhancing the effectiveness of ACS
7.8. Limitations and challenges for the evidence base on ACS
| 8. CONCLUSIONS AND SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER ACTION
8.1. Conclusions from mapping the types of ACS available
8.2. Conclusions from examining the use of ACS in practice
8.3. Conclusions from the evidence of the effectiveness of the use of ACS
8.4. Implications of this study for possible next steps
References
Appendix A: Questionnaire completed by member state experts
Appendix B: List of ACS reported for this study
Appendix C: Further information about the literature review
Appendix D: Studies identified in literature search
Appendix E: Literature identified by member state experts
Author (Corp. Body): Rand Europe
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Migration und Inneres
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2016
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-57756-7 | DR-01-16-352-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: drug-related crimedrug policyEUsanctionpenal law
Subject: European Community law in generalCriminal law. Penal sanctions. Penal institutions
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Country studies for the project on Rehabilitation and mutual recognition – practice concerning EU law on transfer of
persons sentenced or awaiting trial : background material for the FRA report on Criminal detention and alternatives
Abstract
These country reports from EU Member States constitute the background material for the FRA report on Criminal detention and alternatives: fundamental rights aspects in EU cross-border transfers. The information in the country reports is prepared under contract by the FRA’s research network FRANET. This document was commissioned under contract as background material for comparative analysis by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) for the project ‘Rehabilitation and mutual recognition- practice concerning EU law on transfer of persons sentenced or awaiting trial’. The information and views contained in the document do not necessarily reflect the views or the official position of the FRA. The document is made publicly available for transparency and information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice or legal opinion. [Author vide Copyright]
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Union / Agentur für Grundrechte
Year: 2015
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Keyword: EUjudiciaryhuman rightslegal policypenal law
Subject: Criminal lawHuman rightsJudicial system. Judicial law
Countries Scheme: Germany. General ResourcesAustria. General ResourcesDenmarkFinland
SwedenEstoniaLatviaLithuaniaPolandSlovak RepublicCzech RepublicHungaryBulgariaCroatia
RomaniaSloveniaGreeceItalyMaltaPortugalSpainCyprusBelgiumFrance, EuropeUnited KingdomIrelandLuxembourgNetherlands
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