Litigating change: training lawyers on the EU rule of law acquis


The LighT project (Litigating change: training lawyers on the EU rule of law acquis) is a timely and targeted intervention implemented in the 5 EU Member States with the most pressing rule of law problems: Greece, Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland and Romania. Recognising the key role of lawyers as protectors of the rule of law and fundamental rights of European citizens, the project will train 345 lawyers and 30 trainers, following a participatory, interactive and transnational approach. The trained lawyers will act as multipliers and acquire the skills to become agents of change in their countries.
The project is implemented by the Center for European Constitutional Law – Themistocles and Dimitris Tsatsos Foundation (Greece), in collaboration with Akademia Leona Kozminskiego (Polland), Center for the Study of Democracy (Bulgaria), Tarsadalomtudomanyi Kutatokozpont (Hungary)and Asociatia Pro Refugiu (Romania).
Raport transnational
Raport national Romania

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