At the global level, in close cooperation with the ICJ, ICJ-European Institutions works with local partners to promote human rights through the rule of law, drawing on its expertise in international human rights law, European Union law, and comparative law and practice.
In particular, ICJ-European Institutions projects address issues of access to justice, the independence of the judiciary and of the legal profession, accountability and reparations for violations of human rights, and the development of international law and standards.
- Children’s Alternatives to Detention protecting their Rights in Europe (CADRE) project
- Procedural Rigths for All Children in jusTICE (PRACTICE) project
- Fostering Access to Immigrant’s Rights – Practical training for Lawyers and jUdgeS (FAIR PLUS) project
- Serbia: PROACTION – PROtection Against discrimination of asylum seekers and unaccompanied child migrants
- Fostering Access to Immigrant Children’s Rights (FAIR) Project
- Fundamental Rights in Practice: European Judicial Training on the rights of persons in need of international protection
- Judges Uniting to Stop Terrorism with International, Constitutional and European law (JUSTICE) project