AGENDAS

 Two-day Training

Experience Sharing Training based on case studies of different states

To be held online on
22–23 November, 2021 

Official language: Hungarian and English

“The content of this training represents the views of the presenters only and is their sole responsibility.
The European Commission does not accept any responsibility for use that may be made of the information it contains.”

 

Download Agenda:  CRITCOR Training Agenda, 22–23 November 2021

   

22 November, 2021

1st  Day

(CET)

Action

Speaker(s)

09:30–10:00

Registration/ Connection

 

10:00–10:15

Welcome and introduction of the programme

Prof. Dr. Tünde BARABÁS, Head of Division, Senior Research Fellow, Chief Counselor, National Institute of Criminology, Hungary

Chair of the meeting: Dr. Éva INZELT, assistant professor, Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), Hungary

10:15- 11:00

The real purpose of the criminal law protection of the financial interests of the EU

Dr. Barna MISKOLCZI,
prosecutor, Head of Department for International and European Affairs, Office of the Prosecutor General of Hungary

11:00-11:45

Current issues related to corruption offenses and investigations tools in Italy

Prof. Lucia PARLATO,
Universitá degli Studi di Palermo, Italy

11:45-12:10

Coffee Break

12:10-13:00

Corruption prevention in Poland



Zuzanna MROZOWSKA, MA,
Agnieszka REICHER, MA,
Artur KOŁDYS, JD (PhD)

CENTRAL ANTI-CORROPTION BUREAU, Poland

13:00-14:00

Lunch

14:00- 16:00

Legal Case Studies I

Questions and Discussion

 

   1. Group
moderator: Dr. Éva INZELT, assistant professor, ELTE, Hungary

   2. Group
Dr. Krisztina FARKAS, prosecutor, OKRI, Hungary

   3. Group
Dr. Adrienn LACZÓ,
judge, Metropolitan    Court, Hungary

   4. Group
Dr. Richárd SZOBOSZLAI-SZÁSZ, prosecutor, Head of Department and
Dr. János HOMONNAI, prosecutor, Head of Division, Department for Priority, Corruption and Organized Crime Cases, Office of the Prosecutor General of Hungary

16:00-16:15

Closing the First day

 

23 November, 2021

2nd Day

(CET)

Action

Speaker(s)

9:30-10:00

Connection

Chair of the meeting: Dr. Krisztina FARKAS, prosecutor, OKRI, Hungary

10:00-10:45

Issues related to the authorization of integrity testing

Dr. Andrea ZSOLNAI,
Head of Department

10:45-11:30

Analyzing integrity testing from a police perspective

Dr. Zita VEPRIK,
Police Lieutenant Colonel,Csongrád- Csanád County Police Headquarter, PhD student, University of Public Service

11:30-11:50

Coffee Break

11:50-12:50

Legal Case Studies II

Questions and Discussion

 

 

   1. Group
Dr. Éva INZELT,
assistant professor, ELTE, Hungary

   2.  Group
Dr. Adrienn LACZÓ,
judge, Metropolitan    Court

   3.  Group
Dr. Richárd SZOBOSZLAI-SZÁSZ, prosecutor Head of Department and
Dr. János HOMONNAI, prosecutor, Head of Division, Department for Priority, Corruption and Organized Crime Cases, Office of the Prosecutor General of Hungary

12:50-13:50 Lunch

13:50-15:00

Legal Case Studies III

Questions and Discussion

 

   1.  Group
Dr. Éva INZELT,
assistant professor, ELTE, Hungary

   2.  Group
Dr. Adrienn LACZÓ,
judge, Metropolitan    Court

   3.  Group
Dr. Richárd SZOBOSZLAI-SZÁSZ, prosecutor Head of Department and
Dr. János HOMONNAI, prosecutor, Head of Division, Department for Priority, Corruption and Organized Crime Cases, Office of the Prosecutor General of Hungary

15:00-15:35

Summary of legal case studies – Panel Discussion
Feedback from case moderators and evaluation
Moderator:
Dr. Éva INZELT
Assistant Professor, ELTE, Budapest

   

3. Case 3, on the work of Group 3
Dr. Richárd SZOBOSZLAI-SZÁSZ
, prosecutor, Head of Department and
Dr. János HOMONNAI, prosecutor, Head of Division, Department for Priority, Corruption and Organized Crime Cases, Office of the Prosecutor General of Hungary

   2. Case 2, on the work of Group 2
Dr. Adrienn LACZÓ
,
judge, Metropolitan Court   

1. Case 1, on the work of Group 1
Dr. Krisztina FARKAS,
prosecutor, OKRI, Hungary

15:35-16:00

Final Conclusions
Summary of the international and national experiences
End of Training