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Meeting report: Experience-sharing event on audiovisual recording of interrogations in criminal proceedings

March 6, 2019 - Audio-visual recording
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On 9 November, Fair Trials and Hungarian Helsinki Committee organised an experience-sharing event in the context of a multijurisdictional project on the audio-visual recording of police interrogations of suspects, including minors and vulnerable persons, funded by the Justice Programme of the European Union (“Procedural rights observed by the camera – Audio-visual recording of interrogations in the EU”, the “ProCam” project).

The purpose of the event was to bring together key stakeholders from the project partner countries, as well as from Norway, the UK, and the US, to discuss perspectives on and experiences with audiovisual recording, as well as any issues related to its practical implementation in relation to defence rights.  

Read the meeting report here.

 

The event was part of the “ProCam” project, a multijurisdictional project on the audio-visual recording of police interrogations of suspects, funded by the Justice Programme of the European Union. The project is led by the Hungarian Helsinki Committee and further implemented by project partners Antigone (Italy), Fair Trials (conducting research in France), Human Rights House Zagreb (Croatia), League for Human Rights (Czech Republic).

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