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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

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Analysis, studies and documentation published by EuroMed Justice.
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EuroMed Justice: 11th CrimEx Meeting

EMJ Programme gathered this week an impressive number of participants during the 11th CrimEx session. CrimEx members from 7 South Partner Countries and 9 EU Member States actively participated to the meeting. They welcomed representatives of Eurojust Board for the Relations with Partners, EJN, JITs, EJCN, Data Protection Office and Operations Department, EuroMed Police and SIRIUS projects, together with important global and regional stakeholders such as OSCE, UNODC-MATF network, SELEC, CARIN network and IAP. Selected external experts joined the meeting and outlined the process and the methodology to update the EMJ tools and to create new practical guides or comparative analyses on JITs, data protection, procedural rights, e-evidence and assets recovery. Furthermore, the participants shared their views on the establishment of the EMJ network of contact points, with a subgroup on cybercrime and advanced in the preparation of the EMJ training component, the organisation of the 3rd Prosecutor General Forum, the collection of statistical data and the use of technical assistance facility.
South Partner Countries represented
EU Member States represented

Upcoming activities

The 12th CrimEx meeting will take place online on May 25 and 26, 2021.

This high level Experts Group in Criminal Matters (CrimEx) established in 2017 in Madrid is designed as permanent Euro-Mediterranean experts working group and functions as a real think-tank and a cross-regional forum building the trust and mutual confidence, exchanging good practices and lessons learned, conducting thorough analyses of the situation in each SPCs and in the whole region, and setting up specific recommendations, guidelines, manuals, studies and researches.


Eurojust hosts EuroMed Justice Programme to step up cooperation

07 October 2020 | PRESS RELEASE
To step up the fight against cross-border crime and further enable judicial cooperation of the EU with its South Partner Countries (SPC), Eurojust is hosting the new phase of the EuroMed Justice Programme.

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CrimEx begins development of new tools for cross-Mediterranean judicial cooperation

26 February 2021 | PRESS RELEASE
Judicial experts from Euro-Mediterranean countries (CrimEx) and Eurojust have started the design of new tools for the protection of personal data and cross-border electronic evidence gathering.

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