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29 February 2024|PRESS RELEASE
Available in: Estonian Latvian Lithuanian Polish Romanian Slovak Ukrainian The seven national authorities participating in the joint investigation team (JIT) on alleged core international crimes committed in Ukraine have agreed to prolong the JIT for two years. The Prosecutors General of the...
PUBLICATION DATE:13 February 2024
This factsheet, developed by the JITs Network Secretariat and the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, presents the ways in which the International Criminal Court may be involved in joint investigation teams, the benefits of their involvement, and the support that Eurojust...
PUBLICATION DATE:04 May 2023
This timeline outlines key milestones in Eurojust’s support for the joint investigation team (JIT) into alleged core international crimes committed in Ukraine.
13 October 2022|PRESS RELEASE
The Romanian judicial authorities signed an agreement today to become a member of the joint investigation team (JIT) on alleged core international crimes committed in Ukraine . This makes Romania the seventh member of the JIT, which is actively supported by Eurojust. The JIT was set up on 25 March...
07 October 2022|NEWS
Over a hundred experts from various civil society organisations (CSOs) have discussed the recently published guidelines on documenting core international crimes, during a dedicated briefing, hosted by Eurojust. One of the main points of discussion was the role CSOs can play as first responders, for...
21 September 2022|PRESS RELEASE
Eurojust and the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court (ICC) have today published practical guidelines for civil society organisations on documenting core international crimes, such as war crimes and crimes against humanity. This will empower as well as support civil society...
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...
31 May 2022|PRESS RELEASE
Available in: Estonian Latvian Lithuanian Polish Slovak Ukrainian The judicial authorities of Estonia, Latvia and Slovakia will become members of the joint investigation team (JIT) on alleged core international crimes, which has been set up with the support of Eurojust. The Prosecutors General of...
25 April 2022|PRESS RELEASE
The Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague will become a participant in the joint investigation team (JIT) on alleged core international crimes committed in Ukraine. The JIT, which was set up with Eurojust support on 25 March by Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine...
24 March 2022|PRESS RELEASE
Eurojust has today hosted a special meeting of EU Ministers of Justice, organised together with the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union, to discuss the role of the Agency in coordinating investigations into war crimes, crimes against humanity and other core international crimes...