Research project on improving Mutual Recognition of European Arrest Warrants
New project MR2.0
Maastricht University and the District Court of Amsterdam awarded new financing to further develop the findings of ImprovEAW research project.
The new project MR2.0 aims to promote the efficient and consistent application of judicial cooperation instruments within the European Union, specifically those that have implications for individual liberty.
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The Symposium "ImprovEAW- Improving mutual recognition of European Arrest Warrants through Common Practical Guidelines"
The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, in Poland, hosted the Symposium on 27 and 28 June 2022read more
ImprovEAW research project is a comparative legal study into European Arrest Warrants (EAW) defects, the difficulties resultant from the form, that have potential to impact mutual trust among Member States. The research is focused on practical problems and, thus, it counts with practitioners from Belgium, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, the Netherlands, Poland, and Romania. The method is to, via questionnaire, examine the cases of the Partner countries, in order to understand root causes and propose solutions. ImprovEAW’s aim is to develop common solutions and, where applicable, propose recommendations to the EU and/or Member States.