By Madalina Moraru, Head of Research Group at the Centre for Judicial Cooperation of the European University Institute, and Senior Research Fellow at the Judicial Studies Institute, Masaryk University and ITFLOWS Project, Brunel University. Returns do not feature in the Pact’s title, nevertheless they are a redline running across all of the Explore More
The potential of the Charter in fighting hate: Enforcing international human rights standards through victims’ rightsRita Gião Hanek and Lilla Farkas AbstractAnalysis of the EU non-discrimination acquis tends to be limited to the gender equality and non- discrimination directives, showing a gaping difference in the level Explore More
The book launch event gathered editors, authors, scholars, judges and policy-makers in a discussion on some of the key findings of the book Law and Judicial Dialogue on the Return of Irregular Migrants from the European Union that show that European and domestic courts have played a Explore More
by Galina Cornelisse, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam & Madalina Moraru, Masaryk University Brno, authors of Law and Judicial Dialogue on the Return of Irregular Migrants from the European Union (Hart Publishing, 2020). The concept of judicial dialogue that is central to our book Law and Judicial Dialogue on the Return of Irregular Explore More
On May 28, the Centre will host its CJC lecture. The lecture of Dr Leandro Mancano will be devoted to “The European Union and Deprivation of Liberty”. Discussant: Prof. Alessandro Martinico.Venue: Villa Schifanoia – Sala Belvedere at 11.
On 6 November 2018, the Centre will host its third CJC lecture with Prof Lorena Bachmaier Winter. The lecture will be dedicated to “Five years after Melloni: the constitutional dialogue in the EU”. Discussant: Dr. Francesca GalliVenue: Sala Europa – Villa Schifanoia, 5 p.m.
On 16 October 2018, the Centre will host its second CJC lecture with Mr Emilio de Capitani. The lecture will be dedicated to “Transparency and access to documents in the EU : recent developments and open questions”. Discussant: Prof. Natassa Athanasiadou. Venue: Sala Triaria – Explore More
On 18 September 2018, the Centre will host its first CJC lecture with prof. Bert-Jaap Koops. The lecture will be dedicated to “New privacy concepts for regulating digital investigations: Experiences in modernising the Dutch Code of Criminal Procedure”. Venue: Sala Triaria – Villa Schifanoia, 4 p.m.
The e-NACT project publishes its second call for participants for the Transnational Training Workshops on Children protection (4-5 December 2018), on Data protection (28-29 January 2019) and Migration and asylum law (25-26 February 2019). Legal practitioners from any European nationality are invited to apply by 15 September 2018 Explore More
ACTIONES project finished on October 2017 and all the deliverables of the project are freely available.