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The Exercise of Defence Rights in International Investigations within the European Union

du 15 au 17 mars 2018 à Syracuse, Italie, Europe

The Siracusa International Institute for Criminal Justice and Human Rights, is pleased to present the Specialisation Course on the Exercise of Defence Rights in International Investigations within the European Union. The course will be conducted in English.

Date: March, 15-17 2018

Place: Siracusa, Italy

Arrival of participants: March, 14 2018


  - Peter Csonka, Head of Unit, General Criminal Law, Directorate-General Justice and Consumers, European Commission
  - Holger Matt, President of the European Criminal Bar Association, Defence Lawyer - Frédéric Baab, EUROJUST National Member for France
  - Alfredo Nunzi, Director of Human Resources and Administration Department, former Secretary of the Management Board of EUROPOL
  - Andrea Venegoni, Italian Cassation Court Magistrate, former European Union Anti-Fraud Commission (OLAF), former United Nations Economic Crime Prosecutor within the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo
  - Gerhard Jarosch, President of the International Association of Prosecutors (TBC)
  - Gert Vermeulen, Professor of International and European Criminal Law, Director of the Institute for International Research on Criminal Policy (IRCP) at Ghent University (TBC) - Specialised defence counsel representative of Partners
  Open registrations here.
  The Course is part of the Siracusa Institute’s International Defence Counsel Training Programme (the Programme) that is specifically designed for international lawyers and jurists dealing with   international crimes, including crimes of a transnational nature. The Programme is organised in partnership with the Union Internationale des Avocats (UIA), the Association Internationale de Droit Pénal   (AIDP), the International Criminal Court Bar Association (ICCBA-ABCPI), the International Criminal Justice Consortium (ICJC), the African Bar Association (AFBA), the Italian Scuola Superiore   dell’Avvocatura (SSA), the French Conseil National des Barreaux (CNB), the American Bar Association (ABA) through its Center for Human Rights and International Criminal Court Project, the   Beijing Normal University (BNU), and the Centre d’Etudes sur la Sécurité Internationale et le Coopérations Européennes (CESICE).
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