Contribute to the debate on the European Area of Justice
The European Commission has launched today an Europe-wide debate on possible actions in EU justice policy in the years to come aimed at strengthening the foundations on which the European Union is built and completing the European area of justice in the interest of Europe’s citizens and businesses. The starting point for the discussion is a package of five discussion papers presented by the Commission covering European civil, criminal and administrative law, as well as the rule of law and fundamental rights in the EU. Everyone interested can participate in the debate and help shape future justice policies. The call for input will be open until the end of 2013 with the possibility to send preliminary input by 11 November to [ mailto:JUST-ASSISES@ec.europa.eu ]JUST-ASSISES@ec.europa.eu. The Commission’s papers and the preliminary input will then be discussed at a European forum on the Future of EU Justice Policy on 21 – 22 November in Brussels.