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New Call for Proposals

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The Call for Proposal JUST/2011-2012/JCIV/AG was published in the framework of the CIVIL JUSTICE Programme. The Specific Programme CIVIL JUSTICE (JCIV Programme) is part of the General Programme "Fundamental Rights and Justice". The general objective of the CIVIL JUSTICE Programme is contributing to the strengthening of the European area of Freedom, Security and Justice over the period of 2007 – 2013.

The projects under this CIVIL JUSTICE Programme’s call for proposals include the following priorities:

• Projects aimed at promoting judicial cooperation in civil matters, with the aim of contributing to the creation of a      genuine European area of justice in civil matters based on mutual recognition and mutual confidence

• Projects aimed at promoting the elimination of obstacles to the good functioning of cross-border civil proceedings in the Member States

• Projects aimed at improving the daily life of individuals and businesses by enabling them to assert their rights throughout the European Union, notably by fostering access to justice

• Projects aimed at improving the contacts, exchange of information and networking between legal, judicial and administrative authorities and the legal professions, including by way of support of judicial training, with the aim of
   ensuring better mutual understanding among such authorities and professionals

The target groups for the results of this CIVIL JUSTICE Programme’s call for proposal are legal practitioners, including judges, prosecutors, advocates, solicitors, notaries, academic and scientific personnel, ministry officials, court officers, bailiffs, court interpreters, members of judicial cooperation networks and other professionals associated with the judiciary in the area of civil law, national authorities and citizens of the Union in general.

Eligible participants within this CIVIL JUSTICE Programme’s call for proposal must be legally constituted public or private organisations including professional organisations, universities, research institutes, legal and judicial training institutes for legal practitioners, research institutes, national regional and local authorities, and other organisations legally established and based in one of the 26 Member States of the European Union (with the exception of Denmark).

The eligible actions that can be funded within this CIVIL JUSTICE Programme’s call for proposal require a minimum partnership of 2 eligible organisations from 2 different EU Member States and cannot have an initial duration exceeding 24 months. Projects may consist of:
• studies;
• research;
• meetings and seminars;
• exchanges between judicial authorities and judicial cooperation networks;
• training4;
• dissemination of information on access to justice;
• design, development and implementation of innovative IT solutions;
• exchange of good practice, or
• a combination of these activities

The total budget available for this CIVIL JUSTICE Programme’s call for proposal amounts to EUR 8.330.000. EU funding cannot constitute more than of 80% of overall eligible project cost and requested amount under this call cannot be less than EUR 75.000

The deadline for submitting proposals in the framework of the current CIVIL JUSTICE Programme’s Call for Proposals is 3 April 2012.

Further information on the current CIVIL JUSTICE Programme’s Call for Proposals is available at:


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