On Tuesday, June 4, 2024, starting at 9:45 a.m., in Hall 6 DSG UNISA, the 2nd Conclusive Conference of the Jean Monnet EUVALWEB Chair dedicated to “Understanding European Union’s Future through Enlargement” will take place.

After the institutional greetings of the Rector Vincenzo Loia, Prof. Francesco Fasolino (Director of DSG UNISA), Prof. Giuseppe D’Angelo (President of the Didactic Council DSG UNISA) and Prof. Angela Di Stasi (Director of the FSJ Observatory, DSG UNISA, Member of the EUVALWEB Team Chair), and the greetings of the stakeholders, Mr. Michelangelo Pipelnino (Students’ Representative, Member of the Board of Directors, UNISA) and Fiorinda Mirabile (Lawyer, President of the FIDU Committee of Salerno), the Conference will be introduced and chaired by Prof. Teresa Russo (Associate Professor of European Union Law, DSG UNISA, EUVALWEB Chair Holder) and will be animated by the speeches of H.E. Mr. Nelli Feroci (Ambassador, President of the Institute of International Affairs of Rome) and Prof. Ana Nikodinovska Krstevska (Vice-Rector for International Cooperation, Associate Professor of European Union Law, University “Goce Delčev” of Štip, North Macedonia).

This will be followed by a debate session on the different aspects of enlargement by DSG UNISA students: Ilaria Merola and Stefano Zecca (Integration), Pavel Blasone and Fabiana Ciullo (Security), Claudia Annunziata and Luisanna Savino (Values), Giorgio Cropano and Niccolò Jacopo Salerno (Democratic Participation), Giulia Sissi Sabatino (Revision of the Treaties), and the Erasmus students Marina Petropoulou and Thomas Rarris (The Greek Experience). It will then be the turn of the reports on the EUVALWEB Legal Observatory by the Young Observers: Francesco Pio Gramaglia, Camilla Tortora, Carlotta Jannone, Giuseppe Landolfi, Federica Manfredini, Rossella Esposito, Francesco Verderame, Roberta Sanges, Tullia Saturno (DSG UNISA students), followed by a session on the results of the second edition of the Jean Monnet EUVALWEB Chair and the conclusions of Prof. Massimo Panebianco (Emeritus Professor of International Law, DSG UNISA).

For further information, please refer to the attached flyer, also in higher definition: LINK