EUWEB Module’s Staff, Proff. Teresa Russo, Anna Oriolo and Gaspare Dalia, are really delighted to have discussed the issues related to the exchange of information, intelligence activities and Joint Investigation Teams (JITs) with two authoritative speakers: Carmine Pirozzoli, Public Prosecutor and Long Term Expert on organized crime, PAMECA – EU Police Assistance in Albania, and Gianluigi Pratola, Deputy Prosecutor General at the Italian Supreme Court and Midterm Expert of the EURALIUS with coordination functions of the Component relating to the School of Magistrates in Albania.
This training course is part of the “awareness” cultural initiative for Albanian students in collaboration with PAMECA V, EURALIUS V, the Italian Superior School of the Magistracy, the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation and the Albanian School of Magistrates. In fact, two legal experts participated in the work: Edlira Osmani, National Legal Expert, EURALIUS and Laura Mehmetllari, Responsible of the Initial Training Sector, School of Magistrates of Albania who highlighted the Role of the Albanian School of Magistrates and the contribution of the Italian judges.
The initiative was also organized with the support of the Albanian universities, partners of the EUWEB Module and the event was open to the participation of students and professors from the Albanian University of Tirana, the EPOKA University of Tirana e the University of Vlora “Ismail Qemali”.
The lively debate highlighted the critical aspects of the implementation of judicial reform in Albania as well as opportunities for future generations of young Albanian graduates.
For the contents of the lectures, see the section The Module/Didactic Materials on our home page.