The brochure was made within the project “Training lawyers, prosecutors, judges to ensure better rights protection for migrants and refugees victims of human trafficking” with the financial support of the Justice Programme of the European Union. The project had been implemented from September 2019 until February 2021 by Pro Refugiu Association (Romania), Center for the Study of Democracy (Bulgaria), Centre for European Constitutional Law (Greece), Italian Coalition for Civil Liberties and Rights, Association Trabe Iniciativas para la Economia Social y Solidaria (Spain).
In this publication it is presented the partners’ contribution to a series of judicial trainings that had been organised in 2020. Although these events had been planned for implementation in the project countries, in these unprecedented times of COVID-19 pandemic, the entire judicial learning experience was moved in the virtual space.
The brochure contains information about the practical perspective and experience of how these trainings have been implemented, and this could serve as a model for future events (trainings, conferences, workshops) on similar legal topics that could be organised by public and private training providers: bars, national institutes for the initial and continuous preparation of legal practitioners, non-governmental organisations.