MEMBER STATES OF THE EAJTN

الدول الأعضاء في الشبكة الأوروبية العربية للتدريب القضائي

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ABOUT EAJTN

The Euro-Arab Judicial Training Network (EAJTN) has been constituted on October 12th 2010 at the Superior School of the Judiciary of Algeri (École Supérieure de la Magistrature algérienne). Member States of the Network are: France, Holland, Romania, Algeria, Jordan, Morocco, Egypt, Belgium, Spain, United Arab Emirates, Palestine, Kuwait and Italy.

The purpose of the association is to enable to the Members serving specifically to train the judges or public prosecutors or other Members of the Judiciary in their countries, to communicate regularly, to meet, to assist one another, and to design common training programs and tools over time.

The mission of the Network is, in particular, to increase mutual understanding of legal and judicial systems and cultures; to improve the mutual use of national and international instruments for cooperation and to share professional experiences in order to get the best practices; to assist one another in implementing, reforming, or improving the institutions that train judges, public prosecutors and other Members of the Judiciary; to promote coordination among the various training programs designed by judicial training institutions; to develop common training activities and exchanges between judges, public prosecutors and other Members of the Judiciary; to develop collaborative training programs for judges, public prosecutors, other Members of the Judiciary and potentially other professionals involved in the operation of the legal system, as well as for the trainers themselves.

The Presidency of the Network has been filled by Spain for the first year and by the United Arab Emirates for the second one, with the alternation of the functions of President and Vice-President, in accordance with the Status of the Network.

In June 27 of 2012, the EAJTN HEADQUARTERS AGREEMENT  was entered into between the EAJTN and the Government of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan for the EAJTN to operate and exercise its work in accordance with the regulations listed in the legal basis and in accordance with the articles of the headquarter agreement and Jordanian Laws. The EAJTN has a general secretariat located in Amman, The Hashemite kingdom of Jordan in the EAJTN headquarter, responsible for the administration of the EAJTN. The EAJTN General Secretariat ensures the functioning and continuity of the network.

The EAJTN has a general secretariat located in Amman, The Hashemite kingdom of Jordan in the EAJTN headquarter, responsible for the administration of the EAJTN. The EAJTN General Secretariat ensures the functioning and continuity of the network.

Background Information

CREATION

EAJTN is a judicial training network between the public judicial training institutions of the Member States of the European Union and the Member States of the Arab League.

OFFICIAL NAME

This network is named the “Euro-Arab Judicial Training Network”, abbreviated as EAJTN.

HEADQUARTERS

EAJTN headquarters are located in the Judicial Institute of Jordan, in Amman.

OFFICIAL LANGUAGE

The official languages of the Network are Arabic, French, and English.

MEMBERSHIP

More about how to join The EAJTN:

In consideration of the rules, legal traditions and culture as well as the internal structure of each State, public institutions (such as national schools or entities, central authorities) that are specifically responsible for training judges in the Member States of the European Union and the Member States of the Arab League are eligible to become members of the Network Signatories to these articles of agreement who fulfil these conditions are fully-fledged members.

International organizations and other networks involved in judicial training may be invited to participate as observers.

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PURPOSE

Our Purpose for the Judiciary of all Member States:

The Network is a non-profit association the purpose of which is to enable the institutions mentioned in Article 5 paragraph 1 below, these institutions serving specifically to train the judges or public prosecutors or other members of the Judiciary in their countries, to communicate regularly, to meet, to assist one another, and to design common training programs and tools over time.

MISSION

Work is never over to achieve Our Key mission:

ACTIVITIES

Inspiring activities to keep the Judiciary engaged with:

HOW DO WE WORK ?

To achieve most effective judicial cooperation on training matters, our Contact Points are always in the keen look-out for the best practices to:

HOW CAN WE HELP YOU ?

The Network has been established to help Judges, Public Prosecutors, and Judiciary System Members within EAJTN Member States, in the following: