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PUBLICATION DATE:21 September 2022
These guidelines aim to assist civil society organisations to collect and preserve information related to international crimes and human rights violations, which may become admissible evidence in court. A series of proposed ‘do’s and don’ts’ are provided, on what may be helpful and what could...
PUBLICATION DATE:16 September 2022
This catalogue provides practitioners and legal experts with quick access to national case law and relevant legal documents across all EU Member States and 13 affiliated Third Countries with whom Eurojust has signed cooperation agreements. Access to the judicial libraries is provided through...
PUBLICATION DATE:16 September 2022
Internet Protocol Television (IPC) is a technology that enables the broadcasting of television content through the internet, instead of traditional methods, such as satellite or cable. The proliferation of illegal IPTV services by providers without the correct licenses has become an increasing trend...
PUBLICATION DATE:12 September 2022
The EU Justice and Home Affairs Agencies’ Network (JHAAN) has published a joint paper on the individual and joint efforts by the nine EU Agencies active in the field of freedom, security and justice to deal with the impact of COVID-19. The joint paper was first published in 2020, and updated in 2021...
PUBLICATION DATE:08 September 2022
Environmental crime is expanding rapidly, and is one of the most profitable forms of illegal activity in the world. It is a crime type with a specific set of challenges. Cases are complex, international, and often linked with other crimes, while also requiring highly specialised expertise and...
PUBLICATION DATE:08 August 2022
In 2022, Eurojust celebrates its 20th anniversary. To honour this milestone, the Agency presents this commemorative collection of essays, gathering the perspectives of policymakers, academics, and judicial practitioners who work daily in the joint effort to fight serious cross-border crime. The...
PUBLICATION DATE:22 July 2022
The advent of Artificial lntelligence (Al) holds great potential to improve criminal justice cooperation, both at home and across borders. The field of justice is undergoing digital transformation, and AI, as a set of different technologies, has an important role to play in helping judicial...
PUBLICATION DATE:30 June 2022
This is the seventh issue of the Cybercrime Judicial Monitor (CJM), published once per year and distributed to judicial and law enforcement authorities active in the field of combating cybercrime and cyber-enabled crime. It is produced on the basis of information provided by members of the European...
PUBLICATION DATE:29 June 2022
In a landmark judgement on 13 January 2022, the German Higher Regional Court of Koblenz sentenced a former high-ranking Syrian official to life imprisonment for his involvement in crimes against humanity. In 2021, an associate of the high-ranking official was sentenced by the same court to four and...
PUBLICATION DATE:24 June 2022
The Eurojust Regulation, applicable from 12 December 2019, reinforces Eurojust's successful core concept of supporting the national authorities in their investigations and prosecutions. The National Members, serving the competent national authorities in criminal judicial cooperation matters, provide...