Presentation on theme: "Daniela Piana (University of Bologna). Coordinators: Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski University of Southern Denmark Members: Sofia University."— Presentation transcript:
Daniela Piana (University of Bologna)
Coordinators: Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski University of Southern Denmark Members: Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski University of Southern Denmark University Napoli Parthenope Katholieke Univesiteit Leuven Institute of Criminology, former Institute of Fosensic Studies – Malta University Paris I Pantheon Sorbonne Istanbul Bilgi University University Munster Institute of law and technology- Institut de dreit I tecnologia UAB Centre for European studies – Bifrost University University of Cyprus Institute of Political Science and Governance Tallinn
Coordinators: - University College of London Faculty of Laws - Law Faculty Vytautas Magnus - Kaunas Members University College of London Faculty of Law Law Faculty Vytautas Magnus - Kaunas European University Institute – Florence CNRS – Centre de Thèorie et danalyse du Droit – Nanterre Babe Bolyai University Cluj Napoca University of Palermo University of Orebro – Sweden University of Bratislava – Slovakia University of Bucharest – Faculty Political Sciences National University of Ireland Galway University of Catania Centre Perelmann – Brussels Faculty of Political Science and Public Administration – Athens Masaryk University
Coordinators: - University of Utrecht - Central European University – Budapest Members: University of Utrecht Central European University – Budapest University of Calabria – Faculty of Political Sciences University of Lapland – Rovaniemi Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics – Wroclaw Institut detudes europèennes - Brussels Centro de Estudios Sociais Coimbra Arena Oslo – Norway University Carlo III – Madrid Université de Luxembourg
Coordinators: - Institut de HAUTES Etudes sur la Justice – Paris - National Institute of Magistracy - Bucharest Members: Institut de HAUTES Etudes sur la Justice – Paris National Institute of Magistracy – Bucharest Uniwersytet Szczecinski – Stettino Research Institute on Judicial System – IRSIG Graduate School of Riga – Latvia Vienna University of Administration and Business Universidad Complutense de Madrid Centre dEtudes de la vie politique – Brussels University of Pavia Supreme Court of Slovenia Instituto de Ciencias Sociais, University of Lisbon University Piemonte Orientale State Institution of Higher Professional Education Gorzow
This WP comprises managerial and financial dimensions of MFJ planning. It will unfold in parallel to the all activities and will last 36 months. Expenditure are allocated on travel and staff costs. The project manager is appointed under the expenditure scheme associated with this WP Responsible: University of Bologna
The WP will be carried on by 4 TASK FORCES - created in the kick off meeting. The TFs focus on the three cycles of the Bologna process and on the vocational training. The WP will last 8 months. Partners assigned to task forces will work within the framework of each task force. Task force meetings will be hosted according to a decentralized and diffuse planning scheme. DataSet management: University of Bologna
The Four Task Forces will work in parallel as in the previous WP on the four tracks of the legal education and judicial training cycle: 1st and 2st cycles; PhD; pre-professional; lifelong training. The goal of the WP3 is the outline of a curriculum studiorum that will indicate how to complement, integrate, improve, reform, amend, current programs.
The WP will be run in parallel by the four TASK FORCES. TFs will address barriers, resources, capacities that influence the implementation process of the curriculum studiorum in the fourth tracks of the legal education and judicial training cycle. The objective is to develop an assessment tool that will provide any individual country with the building blocks for advancing their judicial training program. The WP will last 6 months.
The implementation and evaluation of the quality of the project will be defined through a Quality Plan The Plan determines procedures and tools to assist the partners in their activities (i.e. how to provide data, how to report the activities performed, how to manage internal communication..) and to evaluate the project results Its final goal is to ensure the achievement of the project results Quality evaluation will take place both during the project (two intermediate reports) and after its conclusion Responsible: led by the University of Bologna
Web site jectsWiki/Menu%20for%20Justice%20%28JUSTMEN%29. aspx jectsWiki/Menu%20for%20Justice%20%28JUSTMEN%29. aspx The web site will be particularly helpful to make available to the public, policy makers, and judicial institutions the outcomes of the project. A report with a mainstreaming proposal in public officials training will be drafted and disseminated among national and European institutions. Internet-based strategies of dissemination will be privileged.
MFJ aims at impacting broadly on the production and the development of knowledge in legal field. Spin off strategies and best practices transfer should be deemed as pivotal instruments in exploitation. Seminars will be organized locally – by each partner involved into the project – to show the advantages of the curriculum studio rum developed in MFJ and the advantages of the approach MFJ will introduce in legal education and judicial training. In this way, multiplication will work on two targets. The method (approach) and the content (curriculum studiorum).
Work packageStartEndMain Deliverables Management1rt month36th month4 plenary meetings Mapping the State of the Art 2nd month9Data Set Task forces meetings Prototype of CS in Judicial Studies 10th month22nd month4 TF Reports Implementation Assessment 23rd month28 th month4 TF Reports on barriers/opportuni ties to innovation Quality plan1 rt month36 th monthQuality reports (survey and external audit) Dissemination6 th month36 th monthMailing, local presentations, web site Exploitation27 th month36 th month
Meetings Kick off meeting (February) TF meetings (April-May) Virtual (internet based activities of coordination, called virtual meetings, through blogs) Products Web site Communication policy Governance Grid to collect data Data Set 4 TF reports