EUVALWEB wishes you all a peaceful Holiday Season!

We are delighted to announce the Call for Papers for the final conference of the second edition of the Jean Monnet Chair Promoting Public Awareness on Enlargement, EU Values and the Western Balkans’ Accession” (EUVALWEB), which will take place on May 30, 2024, at the Institute of Criminological and Sociological Research of Belgrade (Serbia). 
Our goal is to bring together stakeholders from academia, practice, and politics to discuss the most recent trends in justice and home affairs cooperation for the security of EU Member States and acceding States.
Join us at the conference and find out about the power of collaboration and idea co-creation. Discover how various stakeholders, academics, and policymakers can collaborate to promote the EU integration process, resulting in exponential valueContribute to the ongoing discussion about Member States’ adherence to EU fundamentals, particularly with regard to police and judicial cooperation, and help shape the EU’s future.
Consult the Call’s flyer for further info HERE!

The EUVALWEB Chair Holder, Prof. Teresa Russo, is more than pleased with the outcome of the workshopThe EU in Its International Institutional Relationships‘, held on December 4, 2023, 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, critical sense, and resourcefulness to carry out the assigned task!

Link to the event’s pictures HERE!

The findings of the international conference on ‘Cooperation for the Protection of Human Rights in the Context of Migration and Asylum in the EU‘, which took place on December 1, 2023, as part of the EUVALWEB Legal Clinic, ‘EU Cooperation in Justice and Home Affairs: Knowledge’, are greatly valued!

Despite the intricate nature of the topic, the speakers offered insightful and comprehensive talks about the different weaknesses in the defence of migrant rights. The conference also adopted an interdisciplinary approach, integrating criminal procedure law, international law, European Union law, national and international criminal law, and migration law before concluding with constitutional law and assurances of legal certainty for the protection of migrant rights.

The day’s photo album can be found at this LINK.

EUVALWEB presents its second workshop, convened for December 4, 2023, at the University of Salerno, ‘Castellano’ Hall, 10:30 AM.

Indeed, 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.

In particular, 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.

Higher resolution flyer available at this LINK.