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What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file transferred from a web server to your web browser or hard drive when you visit a website. If your browser is set to accept cookies, they will be stored on the web browser or hard drive until the expiry date has passed or until you delete the cookies yourself.

Why does JUST-BE-EUROPE use cookies?

Cookies are used to make your visit to the JUST-BE-EUROPE site more ergonomic. The site does not use analytical cookies.

Legislation Cookies

According to the Electronic Communications Act and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), websites must ask for and obtain the explicit consent of the website visitor before placing a cookie on their device. In addition, the law also requires an explanation of the use of cookies.


This cookie policy applies to the website

This website and its database use cookies, details of which are given below.

What cookies does this site use on its website?

This site uses various cookies.

Cookies first party

First party cookies are for the operation of the website, such as your language preference or your preference to use or not use cookies.

Third-party cookies

This site does not use third party cookies. These are cookies from a website that do not originate from the site itself (for example, advertising cookies).

Session cookies

A session cookie is a cookie that is automatically deleted when the user closes the browser.

Cookies permanents

A permanent cookie remains stored on the website visitor’s device until it expires. These cookies may expire after, for example, a few minutes, days or even years.

Necessary cookies

These cookies are strictly necessary for the proper functioning of the website or the provision of a service. For purely technical reasons, these cookies are placed as soon as you access the website.

Functional cookies

You cannot refuse these cookies if you wish to surf our website, but they will only be placed after you have made a choice regarding the placement of cookies (e.g. choice of language).

Overview of cookies

Below you will find a detailed overview of the cookies used.

Cookie’s name Fonctionality Party Responsible Duration Type
pll_language Saves the user’s language choice First IFJ 1 year Functional
privacy_embeds Records the user’s consent First IFJ 30 days Functional
_locale (Databank) Stores the user’s language choice First IFJ 1 year Functional

Can you refuse cookies?

This site uses a cookie banner that is consent based. You have the option to accept or decline cookies. However, you cannot refuse the necessary cookies, as they are essential for the functioning of the website.

Please note that this may affect the optimal navigation and functionality of the services on the website.

As a visitor, you can choose not to have your data stored. To do so, simply do not accept the cookie settings.

How can you change your cookie settings?

After accepting cookies, you have the right to revoke this consent at any time.

If you wish to change your settings, you can change your preferred settings at any time. You can do this by clicking on the following links:

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Changes to the cookie policy

This site reserves the right to change this cookie policy at any time. This may be done, for example, in the context of changes to its services or to current legislation. Changes will be communicated clearly and in good time, after which new consent for the use of cookies will be requested.

Person responsible for the processing

Institut de formation judiciaire
Avenue Louise 54
1050 Bruxelles

Data Protection Officer (DPO) :


If you feel that your rights are not being respected, you have the right at any time to lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority.

Data Protection Authority

Rue de la presse 35, 1000 Bruxelles
+32 (0)2 274 48 00
+32 (0)2 274 48 35