The third training seminar for lawyers on European law relating to asylum and immigration (TRALIM) took place in Dublin, on 2-3 February 2017. The fourth and last seminar will be held in Rome on 3-4 April 2017.
Find here the TRALIM leaflet.
For training material relating to asylum and immigration please follow this link
- To train 130 lawyers from 5 different Member States (Spain, Greece, Italy, Ireland and Poland) on EU law relating to asylum and immigration from the perspective of the EU Charter of Fundamental rights, especially in relation to the application to migrants and refugees of its articles 1 (human dignity), 2 (right to life), 6 (right to liberty and security), 18 (right to asylum), 19 (protection in the event of removal, expulsion or extradition), and 21 (non-discrimination).
- To facilitate networking opportunities to those lawyers participating in the training so they will be able to collaborate further on immigration and asylum issues
- To help the EU to obtain its proposed objective of enabling half of the legal practitioners in the European Union to participate in European judicial training activities by 2020
- To put into practice the relevant recommendations given in the “Study on the state of play of lawyers training in EU Law” (eg: Recommendation 6 on improving quality and relevance of training activities on EU Law, Recommendation 15 on online access to EU Law training materials and information, and Recommendation 20 on presentation of EU Law content in training activities). (See: https://e-justice.europa.eu/content_the_european_judicial_training_policy-121-en.do?clang=en for the full report.)
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