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The future of Criminal Cooperation in the European Union (EU): issues and perspectives
Date du début: 1 sept. 2015, Date de fin: 31 août 2018 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

"The future of cooperation in criminal matters in the European Union, problems and prospects" (acronym: FuCCE) aims to develop educational activities in the field of judicial cooperation in criminal matters in the European Union. The teaching program: 1) improve awareness on issues relating to crime in the context of the European Union during the analysis of domestic order, the comparison with the domestic and international orders. 2) provide additional academic offer to students from University Pegaso not automatically come into contact with European studies; 3) provide additional academic offer for students who wish to specialize in European affairs, as a first step towards a European career; 4) will give students the opportunity to discuss some theses specific areas of study, such as the criminal law in the EU and the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) as a model of a new form of judicial cooperation; the study of the case law of the European Court of Human Rights with a comparative method, in order to focus on the differences between the standing ECHR - and, of course, the jurisprudence of the ECHR - and the level of guarantees offered by the EU legislation; 5) to give a new opportunity to implement for young researchers and teachers and broaden their teaching experience.In addition, the module proposed aims to analyze the evolution of matter continues, as shown by the future establishment of the new figure of EPPO (European Public Prosecutor). In accordance with the mission of the University, all activities will be carried out using the online tools and e-learning which will be provided on the platform advanced Pegaso 3.0. The educational activities will be implemented through 3 courses of distance learning (1 year). Each course of distance education will last 60 hours. The 60 hours of classes will bedivided into 2 parts: a) 48 lecture hours distance learning via the online platform Pegaso; and B) 12 hours of simulation work on the model of Moot Court Competition.