On 24 and 25 September 2012 the Dutch network of Court Coordinators European law, abbreviated, the Dutch CCE-network, organised a conference in The Hague, The Netherlands.
Delegations from Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Italy, Poland, Romania and Spain participated in this conference. Most of them have a CCE-network, or a somewhat similar network, too. Some are preparing to have a CCE-network or have just established one.
Mr. Luigi Berlinguer, Member of the European Parliament, Mr. Robert Bray, head of the Unit of the secretariat of the Legal Affairs Committee of the European Parliament, Ms. Michou, director of the DG Justice of the European Commission and Ms. Saastamoinen, head of the Civil Justice policy unit of the DG Justice, attended the conference as well.
The aim of the conference was to investigate whether it would be valuable and possible to create a form of interconnection between these networks and what the role and function of modern technology is in this respect.
Prior to the conference the organization committee had sent 2 questionnaires to the participating members of the delegations.
One concerning knowledgemanagement and interconnection. The second dealt with preliminary references.
We, the organization team, produced a small film of about 12 minutes about the conference. Our aim with this film is to promote more interconnection of our networks and (more) use of new technology as means of getting better access to European Law. Down below you can watch the film.
There is also a PDF final report (pdf, 1,1 MB) of the conference in which you can find a summary of the speeches, presentations and final conclusions of the conference.
On the left side of this page you can find all the written presentations of our distinguished speakers.