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Tackling Hate Crimes and Hate Speech

The main objective is to improve the support for victims of hate crime and hate speech through mutual learning and exchange of knowledge on adequate…

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Improved Response to Victims of Crime

On 10 February, Human Rights Monitoring Institute and Lithuanian Police School held the kick-off meeting of the project “Improved Response to Victims of Crime” (JUST/2015/JACC/AG/VICT/9269)….

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Developing an EU Training Module for the Victims’ Directive

The primary objective of the project is the provision of training pursuant to Directive 2012/29/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25…

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Inside Police Custody: Application of EU Procedural Rights

  The primary objective of the project is to identify how suspects’ procedural rights operate in practice and to provide recommendations for removing possible flaws. Data…

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Beyond surrender

The project seeks to provide a human insight into the treatment of people following surrender under the European Arrest Warrant (EAW), and to identify and…

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Accessible Letter of Rights

The project aims at raising awareness about gaps in correct implementation of the 2012/13 Directive on the right to information in criminal proceedings, in particular with respect…

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Effective implementation of the right to a lawyer and legal aid under the Stockholm Programme

The project aims to strengthen the procedural rights of suspects and accused in criminal proceedings by increasing knowledge and the capacity to apply the Directive 2013/48/EU (“Right of…

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Using e-Learning tools in NGO work (completed)

The project aims at strengthening HRMI’s financial independence and sustainability by creating a new product – elearning course on the legal (in)capacity reform in Lithuania Project…

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EU Data protection reform (completed)

The primary objective of the project is to assist in raising awareness on the major changes to the data protection landscape in Lithuania brought about by…

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T@LK – online support for victims of crime

By increasing victim support organisations’ knowledge of the possibilities, benefits and challenges of victim support through online support, project T@LK aims to build capacity to proceed…

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Research on the Implementation of the Directive on the Right to Information in Criminal Proceedings (completed)

The aim of the project is to facilitate the assessment of Member State compliance with the requirements of the 2012/13/EU Directive on the Right to Information in…

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Ensuring Sustainable Organizational Development

The purpose of the project is to support HRMI, a partner of the European Liberties Platform, in order to strengthen its EU-oriented advocacy and communication capacies,…

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Human Rights e-Guide

The project’s aim is to inform and educate the individuals about their rights by developing a  user-friendly, jurisdiction-specific and simple to use online human rights self-help and…

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Human Rights in Lithuania 2013-2014: Overview (closed)

This projects focuses on the production of the “Human Rights Overview in Lithuania: 2013-2014” and aims at filling the gap of public human rights education…

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Effective Use of Social Media for Promotion of Human Rights in Lithuania (Closed)

The purpose of the project is to launch two social-media campaigns tackling pressing human rights issues in Lithuania – ineffective child care reform and a crackdown on…

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Defending legal rights of domestic violence victims (completed)

The project aims to improve access to justice for the victims of domestic violence crime in Lithuania and Belarus through increased capacities of women rights…

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The Practice of Pre-Trial Detention: Monitoring Alternatives and Judicial Decision-Making (completed)

  The overall objective of the project is to inform the development of future initiatives aiming to reduce the unnecessary use of pre-trial detention (PTD)…

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Practitioner training on Roadmap Directives (completed)

  The project aims to contribute to the successful implementation of EU Procedural Rights Directives and to educate the practitioners on how the EU law…

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