Hybrid – Judicial Independence Workshop – Malta

It is with great pleasure that we are launching to the second Judicial Independence Workshop which will be held in Malta, on the 23rd and 24th November 2023, at the Corinithia Marina Resort in St. Julians. Particpants from Malta have the unique opportunity to attend either in-person or online, whilst participants from overseas can attend online. Anyone interested in particpating, please send Carla an email.

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Judicial Independence Podcast

The Judicial Independence Podcast is part of the ⁠Rule of law for lawyers project (ROLL)⁠ implemented by the ICJ, in partnership with Free Courts, aditus, Forum for Human Rights and Human Rights in practice. The podcast series looks into the current challenges to the rule of law, particularly to the independence of the judiciary in Europe.

Throughout the course of 10 episodes of this podcast, we will speak with experts to shed light at some of these issues and will explore ways to protect and preserve judicial independence, so that human rights across the EU can be effectively protected.

Listen to the podcast here #LetsROLL

For more information contact Carla on carlacamilleri@aditus.org.mt.

OPPORTUNITY: ROLL (Rule of Law for Lawyers) Litigation on judicial independence

Call for Participation in workshops for lawyers on strenthening judicial independence and the rule of law through strategic litigation

The International Commission of Jurists – European Institutions (ICJ-EI) along with its partners (Human Rights in Practice, Free Courts, aditus, Forum for Human rights) is inviting lawyers from eight EU Member States (Poland, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Malta and Spain) to join three workshops in 2023-2024. These workshops focus on using strategic litigation in order to protect judicial independence and the Rule of Law in the EU. Selected lawyers will have their travel expenses covered by the organisers.The workshops are organised as part of the ICJ’s ROLL project.

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