The Jean Monnet EUVALWEB Chair is thrilled to present the draft programme of its Chair Course and Law Clinic that will start in March 2023.

These include information regarding the programme, objectives, teaching, target audience, outcomes and more.

Draft programmes are available on our Home Page in both English and Italian.

All the activities of the Chair are free of charge and to register simply fill in the registration forms at the Course Chair and/or Law Clinic on our website.

Check out the programmes and sign up now!

On 15 December 2022, the University of Oradea (Romania) hosted an International online Conference of Bachelor, Master and PhD Students in Law entitled “Rights and Freedoms to Be Protected in Post-Modern Society“, which involved as co-organizers together with the Department of Legal Sciences, University of Salerno, several other Universities, that is: Faculty of Law, University of Debrecen (Hungary); Faculty of Law, University of Miskolc (Hungary); Faculty of Law, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv (Ukraine); Department of Law, University of Palermo (Italy); Faculty of Law and Politics, University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne (France); Institute of Legal Studies, University of Rzeszow (Poland); Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, University of Szeged (Hungary).

EUVALWEB participated in the person of its Chair Holder, Professor Teresa Russo, as a member of the Scientific Committee and as one of the moderators of the event. In addition, EUVALWEB tutors were selected to participate in the conference as speakers.

Respectively, PhD student Stefano Busillo took part in Session I “Human Rights in the Context of War Menace”, with his presentation “Protecting the Environment in Relation to Armed Conflict: A Look at the Principles of the ILC Draft” and PhD student Emanuele Vannata participated in Session III “Human Rights and New Technologies. Opportunity or Threat?”, with his presentation “Digital Authoritarianism, Freedom of Expression and Mass Surveillance in the Digital Age. The Case of Iran‘.

Thanks to the coordination of Prof. Russo and the support of the two tutors, the work of Elisabetta Lambiase, a recent graduate from the Department of Legal Sciences at the University of Salerno, was also selected for the Call, discussing in Session III a presentation entitled “EU Border Control Mechanisms: Protection or Violation of Human Rights?”.

This allows us to broaden the cultural dialogue and provide opportunities for personal and professional training and growth to the youngest.

We would like to thank all our partners of this amazing scientific initiative for the excellent results achieved.



Following the recommendation of the European Commission, the European Council yesterday granted candidate status to Bosnia and Herzegovina.

EUVALWEB believes that this is exceptionally positive news for bringing the Western Balkans closer to the Union.

For years we have been engaged, through educational and scientific research activities with several universities in the area, in studying the EU enlargement process to the Western Balkans.

We strongly believe in it and we are committed to cultural dialogue, the real engine of European integration.


The EUVALWEB Chair Holder, Prof. Teresa Russo, together with tutors Dr. Stefano Busillo and Emanuele Vannata, is more than satisfied with the outcome of the workshop “The EU in Its International Institutional Relationship”, held on 13 December 2022 at the University of Salerno.

The workshop offered both national and Erasmus students of the International Organisation course (DSG UNISA) the opportunity to present their work on the relations of their chosen international organisation with the EU.
We believe that the response of the students was amazing, as they showed initiative and resourcefulness to carry out the assigned task correctly!

Thanking the students involved, as well as the audience present yesterday, we plan to organise more workshops in the future! Stay tuned

Link to the event’s pictures:

EUVALWEB presents its first workshop, convened for 13 December 2022 at the University of Salerno, Aula ‘Volterra’, 10:30 AM.

Workshops are a key activity of the EUVALWEB chair, being a critical testing ground for students, as well as a tangible result of the knowledge they have acquired.

Following the training activities carried out as part of the International Organisation course of the Department of Legal Sciences (UNISA) and under the coordination of the EUVALWEB Chair Holder, Prof. Teresa Russo, the students will be called upon, in their scientific investigation, to outline the relationship between some international organisations and bodies and the European Union.

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