Two new ERASMUS+ projects, led by the University of Burgos, were launched this past October, thanks to the support of Kveloce I+D+i

This past October the first meetings were celebrated for the two projects being co-financed by the Erasmus+ program of our client University of Burgos, leader of both projects. Read more “Two new ERASMUS+ projects, led by the University of Burgos, were launched this past October, thanks to the support of Kveloce I+D+i”

EUROCOORD, project funded by the Justice Programme, it’s already underway.

The EUROCOORD project walked its first steps this past February 9th, and of course, we have been there.

The project is directed by PhD. Mar Jimeno, currently responsible for the Procedural Law department at the Universidad de Burgos, in close collaboration with K-veloce.

We have been present at the Kick-Off Meeting of this promising and crucial project, financed by the European Commission under the frame of the Justice Program. KVELOCE has accompanied the UBU since the beginning of EUROCOORD, elaborating the first report and managing the communications with the consortium; subsequently, we have also advised on the signing of the Grant Agreement, the agreement that officially kicks off a European project.

 

On the following entry you will be able to find more detailed information about the project.

Good practices in the European Coordination in researching measures and evidence gathering in criminal matters.

This is the title of the new research project managed by K-veloce I+D+i: EUROCOORD, an acronym for Best practices for EUROpean COORDination on Investigative measures and evidence gathering, financed by the European Commission’ justice program.

This project aims to generate the necessary knowledge to optimise the implementation of the European Investigation Order in criminal matters.  This will be accomplished through the optimisation in the transmission and admissibility of the evidence, as well as the provision to the more relevant agents with the necessary competencies and protocols to ease the cooperation and the admissibility of the evidence in criminal processes in different member states of the European Union. In addition, with the project, a European Observatory of the European Investigation Order will be created, which includes diffusion of good practices in this area. At the same time, it will offer courses and seminaries to professionals of the sector, where knowledge will be divulgated, and results will be generated in the project.

The project counts with a total budget of 493,377 euros, and it will take place through a consortium formed by 4 Universities from Spain, Italy and Poland (Universidad de Burgos, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Universidad Degli Studi di Palermo and Uniwersytet Jagiellonski). The project is also supported by the attorney general in Spain and the Italian Foundation Rocco Chinnici.

K-veloce I+D+I will support the Universidad de Burgos during the two years of the project, consolidating the relationship with the said university. In fact, this is not the first case of success in this prosperous relationship, as both entities already collaborate in the NOPUNISH project, financed by the same program.

K-Veloce I+D+i supports worldwide MapMyDay campaign by Sozialhelden and WHO to raise awareness for common barriers

K-Veloce I+D+I and Polibienestar Research Institute at University of Valencia supports the “MapMyDay” campaign, a worldwide mapping event taking place on International Day of Personas with Disabilities (3 December) and initiated by Berlin NGO Sozialhelden e.V. and the World Health Organisation.

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