- EJTN unveils its 2016 Annual Report.
- The report depicts another exceptional year for the EJTN Network – with 27,312 training days offered and 5,556 judicial practitioners receiving training.
EJTN’s 2016 Annual Report, which recounts the achievements and developments of EJTN over the past year, is now available.
The report depicts another exceptional year for the EJTN Network. A record number of 27,312 training days were offered in 2016, with 5,556 judges, prosecutors, trainers and trainees taking part in EJTN training opportunities.
Apart from the glowing figures, EJTN continued its role as a thought leader. EJTN’s Judicial Training Principles were unveiled in 2016. The principles help Europe’s judiciary to manage their training needs and provide Europe’s judicial training institutions with a common planning and delivery framework for training.
Bolstering partnerships, embracing dynamism, seeking innovation and harnessing new technologies were also hallmarks of the year.
Just as in the past years, the remarkable 2016 results would not have been possible without the unwavering commitment of EJTN’s Members, Observers and Partners as well as the dedicated EJTN Secretariat. EJTN also continues to enjoy the unwavering confidence and financial support of the European Commission.
You are cordially invited to read about the Network and its actors, activities and achievements in the EJTN Annual Report 2016.