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Sectors: Citizenship, Education - Training, Employment, Human Rights, Justice - Security, Social Affairs, Youth

Regions: Worldwide

Category: Call for expressions of interests

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Responsible: European Commission

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This call for expressions of interests aims to set up a list of external experts to assist the Commission in relation to the implementation of the justice programme and the rights, equality and citizenship programme and the achievement of the objectives of these programmes

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Objectives
To support the management and implementation of the Justice programme and of the Rights, Equality and Citizenship programme

Areas covered by the call for expressions of interest
The DG Justice may need external assistance in the following areas
a) violence against children, young people and women, as well as violence against other groups at risk
b) rights of the child;
c) protection of privacy and personal data;
d) citizenship of the Union including issues related to EU citizens’ right to free movement, political rights of citizens, consular protection for unrepresented EU citizens in a third country, the interaction between citizenship and Member States’ nationality;
e) consumers rights including digital products;
f) contract law;
g) Prevention of and combating discrimination on the grounds of sex, racial or ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, age or sexual orientation, and combating racism, xenophobia, homophobia, anti-Semitism and other forms of intolerance; diversity management at the workplace and the business case of diversity;
h) the rights of persons with disabilities;
i) equality between women and men;
j) European civil law, including the contribution of law reform to the functioning of the single market;
k) European criminal law;
l) training of legal practitioners;
m) the rights of victims, procedural rights and detention;
n) national and EU activities in the area of e-justice;
o) national and EU activities in the area of access to justice including legal aid, minimum standards of procedure, rule of law and effectiveness of justice systems;
p) drug control policy including drug demand reduction, drug supply reduction and new drugs

Tasks to be carried out by selected experts
I – Evaluating and facilitating the evaluation of proposals received in response to calls for proposals.
II – Evaluating and monitoring projects that may include the following tasks:
— evaluating project reports,
— evaluating project deliverables, outputs and results,
— project monitoring and on-site visits
III – Tasks related to the analysis and/or monitoring of programmes projects, such as the drafting of reports, summaries, preparation of presentations and other materials required for the promotion of the programme projects, participation in meetings with beneficiaries and other stakeholders.
IV – Tasks relating to the provision of opinions and specific advice to the Commission in the above-mentioned areas, this may include an evaluation of the legal, social and economic dimensions of these areas