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Solidarity in European Union Law

Unipi Team Leader: Department of Law

The combination of wrong policies, increasing disagreements among European Union Member States and their unwillingness to allocate enough resources to implement positive measures contribute to the current lack of internal cohesion and solidarity. Despite these difficulties, the Principle of Solidarity continues to be one of the potential solutions to many of the current challenges: management of migrations, refugees, natural and man-made disasters, terrorism and climate change. With this background in mind, the Jean Monnet Module, entitled ‘Solidarity in EU Law (SoEULaw)’, has the objective to gather interest in the critical analysis of the legal obligations and justiciability questions that the Principle of Solidarity introduces. The module aims to attract different target groups and increase the dialogue between different Jean Monnet communities to debate the functions and challenges of the Solidarity clause. By promoting academic and non-academical interest, the Module seeks to fill in the awareness and knowledge gap. The activities proposed within this Module, such as lectures, workshops, training courses, summer schools, webinars and conferences will provide academic added value to the European Union studies organized by the University of Pisa (UNIPI). A wide network of distinguished professors from EU and beyond, students and legal practioners interested in critically analysing “Solidarity in EU Law” will be created. During three years, from September 2019, sixty hours of teaching activities will be organized at the Department of Law of the University of Pisa. Participants will be provided with comprehensive understanding, proactive knowledge and will be encouraged to develop their own working papers and case-law notes to continue answering many legal questions related to “Solidarity in EU Law and beyond” that remain open and that continue weakly debated.

Start date: 01-09-2019

End date: 31-08-2022

EU Grant: 30.000 €

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