EuroMed Justice, a programme implemented by EuroJust

EuroMed Justice brings together the most relevant stakeholders in the field of criminal justice, including representatives from the South Partner Countries (SPCs), Eurojust, European Judicial Network, the EU Member States, as well as other relevant EU and international organisations active in the judicial and law enforcement sector.

About the Programme

EuroMed Justice (EMJ) is a capacity-building program designed to develop a sustainable cross-regional mechanism of judicial cooperation in criminal matters between EU Member States (EU MS), the South Partner Countries (SPCs) – Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine1 and Tunisia – and EU JHA Agencies.
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Technical assistance Facility

An instrument created in the EuroMed Justice IV project with the aim of providing SPCs flexible and tailored capacity building in priority areas, based on the identification of needs and gaps by ENI SPCs. It is a demand-driven instrument which falls under the new flexibility and bottom-up approach of EuroMed Justice.
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The Team

Discover the people of the programme.
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The Experts

Discover the short-term experts of the programme.
Meet the STEs


EU and South Partner countries discuss the curricula on cross-Mediterranean judicial cooperation

 13 – 15 September 2022 | NEWS

EuroMed Justice, the Belgian Judicial Training Institute and the Romanian National Institute of Magistracy have co-hosted a round table on the development of the curricula on international judicial cooperation in criminal matters in South Partner Countries (SPC) and European Union Member States.

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CrimEx discusses new EuroMed Justice cooperation instruments and progress in training activities

11 May 2022 | NEWS
The 15th CrimEx meeting of the EuroMed Justice (EMJ) programme debated the development of practical tools for judicial cooperation with the South Partner Countries (SPCs), during a conference in Athens on 10 and 11 May. Updates were also given on the training component of the programme.

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South Partner Countries

European Union Members