“SAFE HARBOR – An EU operation to tackle gaps in cross-border cooperation of training providers” is a project co-financed by The European Commission – DG Justice and Consumer.
The project involves 8 partners: Codacons, Progeu, EBIT and the Department of Communication and Social Research of Sapienza University from Italy, Infocons from Romania, KEPKA from Greece, the University of Shkodër from Albania and Asociacija Vartotoju balsas from Lithuania.
The project aims to cover gaps in co-operation between training providers and therefore European legal training for those who demand it. It therefore proposes to standardize European culture and legal training, especially in a delicate field such as data protection that is increasingly subject to interpretation difficulties and numerous violations due to the increase of ITCs, e- commerce, etc.
The project has received funding by the European Union’s Justice Programme (2014-2020)