The Greens - EFA

EU Criminal Justice: Green approach to combating organized crime, enhancing judicial cooperation and protecting fundamental rights in the European Union

recorded stream from the European Parliament in Brussels:

Tuesday 06 December 2012, 15:00 - 18:30

Part 1 (Panel 1 an 2) original

Part 2 (Panel 3) original

15:00 Welcome note:

Rebecca Harms MEP, Co-President of the Green Group in the European Parliament

15:15 Judicial cooperation and procedural rights of suspects in the EU

Procedural rights of suspects: Access to a lawyer, pre-trial detention and legal aid
- Jan Albrecht MEP
- Jago Russell, Fair Trials International, London

Judicial cooperation: the European Investigation Order and the European Arrest Warrant
- Judith Sargentini MEP
- Professor Taru Spronken, University of Maastricht

 Questions & Answers

 16:15h: Substantive EU criminal law and organised crime in the EU

Organised crime as a challenge for EU criminal law
- Rui Tavares MEP
- Professor Didier Bigo, Sciences-Po, Paris and King's College, London

How to develop substantive norms to combat organised crime, particularly those undermining social and economic justice?
- Eva Joly MEP (tbc)
- Professor Helmut Satzger, University of Munich

Questions & Answers

17:15 Coffee break

17:35 Institutional aspects

Protection of financial Interests and the need for a European Public Prosecutor
- Green MEP (tbc)
- Dr Marianne Wade, University of Birmingham
- Dr Peter Csonka, European Commission, Brussels

 Questions & Answers

18:10 Concluding remarks

Jan Philipp Albrecht MEP