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Justice programme – Action grants to support national or transnational e-justice projects – 2020

Grants for projects aiming to continue the development of a European area of justice in particular by promoting judicial cooperation in civil and criminal matters

2.8 million euro

Appeal framework

Institution European Commission
Regions European Union, Candidate countries

* European Union (including overseas departments), except for Denmark and the United Kingdom;

* Albania and Montenegro

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Priorities and funded actions

* To contribute to achieving the goals of the European e-Justice Strategy and Action Plan 2019-2023; 
* To support the implementation of e-Justice projects at the European and national level, as far as they have a European dimension;
* To improved participation with the aim of achieving full EU coverage concerning the various e-Justice Portal interconnection projects;
* To engage in new pilot initiatives identified as part of the European e-Justice Action Plan (2019-2023);
* To develop pilot initiatives with respect to the use of artificial intelligence technology in the justice field;
* To improve awareness of ongoing and future e-Justice activities

* Supporting proposals aiming to develop projects on the main list of the Council e-Justice Action Plan;
* Supporting projects aiming at joining or enhancing existing or ongoing e-Justice projects, in particular:
– Interconnection of national insolvency registers;
– Integration of electronic multilingual standard forms into national e-government systems;
– Following e-CODEX use cases: European Small Claims Procedure, European Order for Payment and iSupport;
– The e-Evidence Digital Exchange System; 
– Find a Lawyer (FAL); a Notary (FAN); a Bailiff (FAB);
– Implementation of the European Case Law Identifier in case law repositories and interconnection with the e-Justice Portal;
– Land Registers Interconnection (LRI);
– European Court Database;
* Supporting the development of concrete use cases based on artificial intelligence and blockchain technology in the justice area

Among financed activities
* Analytical, conceptual, design and elaboration work;
* IT software development, quality assurance and related auxiliary measures necessary for the establishment of IT systems;
* Expansion and adaptation of existing national and transnational solutions towards addressing the objectives of the call;
* Activities relating to project management, content preparation, editorial work, communication, promotion and dissemination

Additional information
* This call for proposals is an open call for proposals

* Initial duration of the action: up to 24 months

* Eligibility: 
– Be a public entity or a private organisation or an international organisation;
– Be a partnership involving at least two organisations from at least two eligible countries;
– Profit-oriented organisations must submit applications in partnership with public entities or private non-profit-oriented organisations;
– Be established in the Member States of the European Union except for Denmark and the United Kingdom or in Albania and Montenegro

– Actions must take place in countries participating in the Justice Programme


* Amount of the grant: at least 75,000 euro

* Co-financing rate: up to 90% of the total eligible costs

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