Negotiated procedure for the provision of a handbook on case-law covering the fields of asylum, immigration and border control in the European context

In the framework of a Joint Project between the European Court of Human Rights and EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (thereafter "the Agency"), the Agency intends to launch a negotiated procedure for the provision of a handbook on case-law covering the fields of asylum, immigration and border control in the European context.

The Agency is looking to contract an expert consultant/organization to provide it with the aforementioned handbook, which aim is to develop a practical learning tool for judges, prosecutors, lawyers and other legal practitioners. The handbook (of around 100 pages to be written in English and finalised during the first semester of 2012) should analyse key principles as developed by the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights, as well as eventual relevant national case law, in the fields of asylum, immigration and border control. The handbook should follow the same style as a similar handbook on non-discrimination published in March 2011 (available at http://fra.europa.eu/fraWebsite/research/publications/publications_per_year/pub_handbook_caselaw_en.htm).

If you are interested to be invited to join this negotiated procedure please send by email (procurement@fra.europa.eu) your contact details by 2 December 2011.