Fairness project

FAIRNESS Implementation of the Stockholm’s Roadmap in cases of terrorism and radicalisation

The FAIRNESS project promotes a balanced harmonisation of the Member States’ (MS) legal practices in relation to the implementation of several European Directives, namely directives 2016/343, 2016/800, 2016/1919 and 2013/48/EU – when suspected or accused persons are involved in terror-related crimes or radicalisation.

This project explores the coherence between the ‘spirit’ and provisions of the ‘Stockholm’s Roadmap’ contrasted with investigative and preventive practices (including Directive 2014/41/EU, and Council Framework Decisions 2002/584/JHA) involving suspects or accused persons for crimes related to terrorism in the pre-trial stage.

Project partners
  • Ministry of Justice, Italy
  • IPS Innovative Prison Systems (Qualify Just IT Solutions and Consulting), Portugal
  • Center for the Study of Democracy, Bulgaria
  • Free University of Brussels (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), Belgium
  • Agenfor International, Italy
  • College of Public Administration Bremen (Hochschule für Öffentliche Verwaltung), Germany
  • ICPA International Corrections and Prisons Association,  Stichting Foundation office in Europe, The Netherlands

Go to the IPS website for more information on this project.

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