Throughout an Interagency and International approach, the project has the following objectives:
a) Exchange information and best practices on countering radicalisation and terrorism through the rule of the law at European and Inter-Agency levels.
b) Explore the opportunities offered from FD 909/829/947 to deescalate tensions and de-potentiate grievances leading to recruitment and terrorism among prisoners and probationers
c) Harmonize MS policies and coordination between judiciary, prison staff and social workersin the area of rehabilitation and re-socialisation through transfers of prisoners and probationers to their country of residence thus strengthening community ties and reinforcing social policies through public-private partnerships.
d) Promote a “Knowledge Partnership” between EJTN, CEPOL, universities, judicial and police schools and Ministries as stated in one of the flagships of the Europe 2020 Strategy. We contribute to the cooperation between CEPOL and the E-Justice Portal as part of a better coordinated effort between LEAs and Judiciary in CVE. Integrate the training activities of the partners countries with the e-Justice Portal as reference tool in the context of judicial training, in line with the provision 2.3 of the EU Security Agenda 2015 and give formal recognition to the acquired training credits through academic bodies (UFC-System) extended to the European Law Institute.
d) Last but not least help MSs who didn’t adopt the FDs to test their implementation and advantages with a grassroots approach through practical examples and peer groups.
Leader: MINISTRY OF JUSTICE – DEPARTMENT OF PENITENTIARY ADMINISTRATION – OFFICE FOR VENETO, FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA AND TRENTINO ALTO ADIGE, ITALY.
Partners: EURO-ARAB FOUNDATION FOR HIGHER STUDIES. ROMANIAN MINISTRY OF JUSTICE NATIONAL ADMINISTRATION OF PENITENTIARIES, ROMANIA. EUROPEAN INSTITUTE. CVUT, CZECH REPUBLIC. AGENFOR VENETO, ITALY. COLLEGE FOR ADMINISTRATION ON JUSTICE IN BAVARIA, POLICE DEPARTMENT, GERMANY. UNIVERSITY OF GRANADA, SPAIN.