EVIDENCE2e-CODEX organized a one-day workshop engaging the legal community (prosecutors, law enforcement, judiciary, lawyers, policy advisors, etc.) with the project achievements and goals. The event took place on 15 January in the premises of the Press Club Brussels Europe at 95 Rue Froissart, 1040 Brussels, Belgium with the kind support of our local host from the Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE).

The participation of the major stakeholders in the EU arena helps EVIDENCE2e-CODEX to develop a ‘true to life’ example for a fast, secure and reliable exchange of electronic evidence between legal authorities and to promote an action plan for its EU-wide implementation. The event welcomed over 60 participants - officials from the European Parliament, the Council of Europe, EC DG Justice and Consumers, EC DG Migration and Home Affairs, INTERPOL, EUROJUST, EUROPOL, OLAF, EDPS, EDPB, European Judicial Network, representatives of the ministries of justice of Italy, Austria, Spain, and the Netherland, the prosecuting authorities of the Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Latvia, Germany, Norway, and Portugal, CCBE and the bar associations of Germany, Austria, Spain, the Czech Republic and Belgium, as well as experts from ISPs, academia and NGOs working in the fields of e-justice and judicial cooperation.

The event was jointly organized by INTERPOL and LIBRe Foundation with contributions of other project partners.

More information and materials can be found in the Events Section of the EVIDENCE2e-CODEX website.