The general objective of the Programme is to contribute to the creation of a European area of justice by promoting judicial cooperation in civil and criminal matters.
To promote effective, comprehensive and consistent application of Union legislation in the areas of judicial cooperation in civil and criminal matters; to facilitate access to justice; to prevent and reduce drug demand and supply.
Public bodies/entities Private bodies/entities
Member States, third countries, EFTA countries Accession countries, candidate countries and potential candidates; Denmark, on the basis of an international agreement.
Transnational cooperation analytical activities collection of data and statistics studies, researches, analyses and surveys evaluations and impact assessments elaboration and publication of guides, reports and educational material monitoring and assessment of the transposition and application of Union legislation and of the implementation of Union policies workshops, seminars, experts meetings, conferences training activities train-the-trainer events, development of online or other training modules mutual learning, cooperation, awareness raising and dissemination activities media campaigns and events development, operation and maintenance of systems and tools using information and communication technologies support for key European level networks.