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Steering Committee

Menu for Justice is a large scale network. Communication, coordination, and monitoring activities should ensure the correct and effective implementation of the time planning. The Steering Committee is composed by task force's leaders, the scientific coordinator, partners leading dissemination and exploitation activities, and the project manager. The Steering Committee meets each six months, generally in correspondence to the plenary meetings. It is to the Steering Committee to decide on the venue and the date of the task forces' meetings, on the data collection, and on the communication policies.

 
P01 - University of Bologna Department of Political ScienceDaniela Piana; Andrea Cerino; Daniela Cavallinid.piana@unibo.it; andrea.cerino@unibo.it; daniela.cavallini@unibo.itItaly
P02 - Irsig CNR Marco Fabri; Cristina Dallaramarco.fabri@irsig.cnr.it; cristina.dallara@irsig.cnr.itItaly
P04 - University of UtrechtPhilip Langbroekp.m.langbroek@uu.nlNetherlands
P07 - University Parthenope NaplesLuigi Leporeluigi.lepore@uniparthenope.itItaly
P16 - University of Southern DenmarkOle Hammerslevohv@am.sdu.dkDenmark
P19 - Uniwersytet SzczecińskiPasquale Policastropasquale.policastro@mac.comPoland
P24 - National Institute of MagistracyAna Maria Garofil; Gianina Raduana-maria.garofil@inm-lex.ro; gianina.radu@inm-lex.ro Romania
P25 - University of OrebroLaura Ervolaura.ervo@.oru.seSweden
P36 - Law Faculty Vytautas MagusTomas Berkmanast.berkmanas@tf.vdu.ltLithuania
P40 - University of LaplandMarkku kiikerimarkku.kiikeri@ulapland.fiFinland