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“Advancing Knowledge on Fundamental Rights for Lawyers” project is implemented by Romani CRISS – Roma Center for Social Intervention and Studies, in partnership with the INPPA – National Institute for Training and Perfecting Lawyers and with AMALIPE – Center for Interethnic Dialogue and Tolerance.

The objectives of the project include:

  1. Advancing knowledge and understanding for 160 lawyers from Romania and Bulgaria on the issues of discrimination, racism, rights and principles recognized by the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights, particularly from the perspective of the effects on the Roma population
  2. Contributing to an effective and coherent application of the EU legislation on fundamental rights, by engaging 20 Romanian and Bulgarian lawyers in an exchange visit 
  3. Contributing to an effective and coherent application of the EU legislation on fundamental rights,by developing and interactive e-learning platform dedicated for legal practitioners in Romania and Bulgaria
 
"The advancing knowledge on fundamental rights for lawyers” project is financed by the European Commission, within the framework of JUST/2014/JTRA/AG/EJTR Program managed by Directorate-General Justice. The project, with a duration of 17 months, is implemented by the Roma Center for Social Intervention and Studies – Romani CRISS (Romania) in partnership with the Center for Interethnic Dialogue and Tolerance “Amalipe” (Bulgaria) and the National Institute for Lawyers’ Preparation and Training (Romania).