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July 21, 2021 | 4:00 pm -

The spaces for dialogue between judicial institutions in Europe and Latin America promote good practices for a digitalised justice capable of dealing with cases of gender violence. In this sense, the Council of the Judiciary in Ecuador and the EUROsociAL+ programme organise the European Union-Latin America exchange webinar “Online trials in cases of gender violence”, which, in addition, seeks to guarantee compliance with judicial processes through the use of technological tools with a gender perspective.

This international meeting will delve into topics such as implementing the virtual module of protection measures in the national system; the Report by the Ibero-American Judicial Summit on COVID-19 and the administration of justice in the region; technology, criminal process, hearings and oral trials and the diagnosis of innovative practices for carrying out online trials in cases of gender violence. During this webinar, specific experiences such as the cases of Spain, the Dominican Republic or Chile will also be addressed.

July 15, 2020 | 9:00 am Centroamérica - 5:00 pm Bruselas

This activity is part of a series of webinars, organised by the Central American Integration System (SICA) and the European Union programme EUROsociAL, with the collaboration of the ILO and other UN agencies, dedicated to reflecting intersectorially on the measures to be taken to address the crisis generated by Covid-19, providing a space to share the efforts being made in each country, while offering the opportunity to learn about practices from other countries outside the region and gaining the advice of experts.

Migratory phenomena have been and continue to be a priority on the agenda of the European Union, as well as that of the governments of the Central American region and SICA. Even in the current health emergency, migration is still a salient issue: the expected drop in remittances, the contingents of returned migrants, or the possible new migratory flows that a prolonged economic crisis could cause are three different and complementary aspects of the migration issue in the Covid-19 era discussed in this webinar.