European e-Justice Strategy and Action Plan 2019-2023

 

SUMMARY OF:

2019-2023 Action Plan European e-Justice

WHAT IS THE AIM OF THE ACTION PLAN?

It sets out a list of projects and initiatives (‘actions’) to be implemented as part of the 2019-2023 European e-Justice Strategy. The Action Plan also indicates:

KEY POINTS

e-Justice

European e-Justice achievements include:

European e-Justice Strategy

The 2019-2023 Strategy builds on the 2014-2018 Strategy and aims to further improve access to justice by continuing digitalisation in the field of justice. It is consistent with the principles and objectives of European e-Justice, and ties in with the more specific aims set out in the Action Plan. The Strategy defines 3 main areas:

Access to information

The Action Plan includes projects to improve:

e-Communication

The Action Plan includes projects to improve:

Interoperability

The Action Plan includes projects to develop:

BACKGROUND

For more information, see:

MAIN DOCUMENT

2019-2023 Action Plan European e-Justice (OJ C 96, 13.3.2019, pp. 9-32)

RELATED DOCUMENTS

2019-2023 Strategy on e-Justice (OJ C 96, 13.3.2019, pp. 3-8)

Commission Decision 2014/333/EU of 5 June 2014 on the protection of personal data in the European e-Justice Portal (OJ L 167, 6.6.2014, pp. 57-60)

Council conclusions inviting the introduction of the European Case Law Identifier (ECLI) and a minimum set of uniform metadata for case law (OJ C 127, 29.4.2011, pp. 1-7)

last update 12.06.2019