10 E-Training Modules on the European Arrest Warrant available in 12 languages

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As part of the STREAM project, EIPA developed 10 E-Training Modules, tackling specific cross-cutting needs and common challenges faced by end-users of the European Arrest Warrant (EAW).

The 10 e-training modules cover the most critical aspects of the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) proceedings, such as validation, recognition, execution, and access to ex-post and ex-ante remedies. The e-training modules are based on real-life case studies and include pre-recorded videos that provide explanations of the solution to the case.

The modules are organised thematically and can be accessed for free. The target group for the e-training is judicial authorities, including prosecutors and judges across the EU. The users can select and undertake the e-modules according to their roles and professional experience.

The STREAM project aims to create mutual trust between judicial authorities and legal professionals and promote a unified understanding of the rules and safeguards that apply to each phase of the surrender process in the post-Lisbon Treaty era. The project also aims to enhance the capacity of defence lawyers, judges, and prosecutors to coherently apply EU procedural rights during different phases of EAW cases.

To register for the free e-training modules, please follow the link below.

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More about the STREAM project

The STREAM project is implemented by the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in partnership with EIPA’s European Centre for Judges and Lawyers, in Luxembourg, FTE – Fair Trials Europe in Belgium and AGENFOR – Fondazione Agenfor International in Italy.

The project’s specific objectives are to increase mutual trust and understanding of EU judicial cooperation in EAW surrender procedures among judicial authorities and defence lawyers by raising awareness of specific challenges and questions, provide clear and effective examples of fundamental-rights compliant solutions adopted by judicial actors and defence lawyers, and enhance the capacity of defence lawyers, judges, and prosecutors to coherently apply EU procedural rights during different phases of European Arrest Warrant cases.