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Friday, 03 February 2023

The Kick off meeting of the EU funded “RINSE” project was successfully conducted online

The Kick off meeting of the RINSE project “[Research and Information Sharing on freezing and confiscation orders in European Union]” which is funded by the European Commission Directorate-General for Justice and Consumers, was successfully held via zoom platform on the 3rd of February 2023. 

The RINSE project aims to foster the mutual recognition of the decisions of EU member states regarding the seizure and confiscation of assets by enhancing knowledge, competences and skills of judiciary professionals and other key players involved in the Multi – Phase Asset Recovery process.

The European Public Law Organization (EPLO) is participating as a partner in this new project. The partnership includes 6 partner organizations from Italy, Greece, Belgium and France and is led by the University Luigi Vanviltelli (Università degli Studi della Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli).

The project’s objective is to increase the awareness and understanding with regard to the national implementation of EU Regulation 2018/1805 and EU Directive 2014/42 in the participating 4 member states, to conduct a Comparative analysis to identify training needs, deficiencies and best practices on the national framework, to develop an effective Training plan and delivery targeting judicial and non-judicial professionals and to create a broad community of practice at EU level in this field.

Throughout the duration of the project a targeted networking and dissemination campaign, coordinated by the EPLO, will take place in order to promote the progress, the results of the project and the usability of its outputs aiming to ensure the knowledge exchange and best practices sharing at national and EU level. 


tags: RINSE, UniCampania, EPLO, criminal law, confiscation, recovering assets, DG Justice,