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The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) - Call for a negotiated procedure for the provision of the“Handbook on Access to Justice in Europe” (Handbook).


Access to justice enables individuals to effectively enforce their rights and seek remedy for the damage suffered. It is a core fundamental right according to both the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and the European Convention on Human Rights.
The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) has published a Call for a negotiated procedure for the provision of the“Handbook on Access to Justice in Europe” (Handbook). The project seeks a contractor to draft the above mentioned Handbook and expressions of interest from experts of relevant backgrounds are therefore welcome.
This project builds on the methodology followed in the handbooks previously published by the FRA together with the European Court of Human Rights and the Council of Europe, which can be found at:
The Handbook will provide non-specialised legal professionals, in particular judges and legal professionals at national level as well as other intermediaries such as non-governmental organisations involved in assisting victims in accessing justice, with an accessible summary and analysis of the applicable case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union and European Court of Human Rights supplemented by – where available – national jurisprudence, on key topics in the area of access to justice. The Handbook will be subsequently translated into other selected EU languages as well.
If you would like to become involved as the contractor for this project, please register your interest by e-mail to procurement @ fra.europa.eu, including your contact details (name, organisation, address, country and e-mail) before 30 September 2014 (17:00 CEST). Feel free to also distribute this announcement to any other person or organisation that you consider might be interested in becoming the contractor for this project. Details of this negotiated procedure can be found on the following website:
Furthermore, if you would like to contribute with any idea regarding the content, the framework or the case-law of this Handbook, please send it by email (michal.nespor @ fra.europa.eu) by 29 September 2014.
Thank you for your cooperation and assistance.
Yours sincerely
Michal Nespor




Seconded National Expert



Freedoms and Justice Department


European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights
Schwarzenbergplatz 11                   
1040 Vienna, Austria
Tel: tel:+43 1 58030 622
Email: Michal.NESPOR @ fra.europa.eu
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