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EU Citizenship, federalism and rights

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EU Citizenship, federalism and rights

Du vendredi 17 novembre 2017 au samedi 18 novembre 2017

Programme

 

17 Novembre

(Court of Justice of the European Union)

 

14h00 : Welcome Address

14h15 : Keynote – Speech
Advocate General Eleanor Sharpston, Court of Justice of the EU

 

Panel 1 - The Promise and Reality of EU Citizenship

Chair : Judge Krystyna Kowalik-Bańczyk, General Court

 

15h00 : The Moral Dilemmas of the Citizenship of Personal Circumstances in Europe
Dimitry Kochenov, University of Groningen

15h15 : EU Citizenship in the light ofdemoi-cracy
José-Antonio Gutiérrez-Fons, Référendaire, Court of Justice of the EU

15h30 : Debate

16h00 : Coffee Break

 

Panel 2 - EU Citizenship in the Broader Context of European Integration

Chair : Judge Pall Hreinsson, EFTA Court

 

16h30 : tbc

16h40 : The Methodologies of Approaching EU Citizenship Law
Daniel Thym, University of Konstanz

16h50 : The Inconsistent Interpretation of Secondary Legislation : The Case of EU Citizenship
Martijn van den Brink, Max Planck Institute, Göttingen

17h00 : Citizenship in the European Economic Area
Eleftheria Neframi, University of Luxembourg

17h10 : EU Citizenship and Tax law : Recent Developments and New Challenges
Panagiota Micheli, The United Nations Institute for Training and Research, UNITAR

17h20 : Debate

18h00 : End

 

18 Novembre

(University of Luxembourg, Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance - Grande salle d’audiences du Tribunal)

 

14h00 : Welcome Address

14h15 : Keynote Speech
Advocate General Eleanor Sharpston, Court of Justice of the EU

 

Panel 1 - The Promise and Reality of EU Citizenship

Chair : Judge Krystyna Kowalik-Bańczyk, General Court

 

15h00 : The Moral Dilemmas of the Citizenship of Personal Circumstances in Europe
Dimitry Kochenov, University of Groningen

15h15 : EU Citizenship in the light ofdemoi-cracy
José-Antonio Gutiérrez-Fons, Référendaire, Court of Justice of the EU

15h30 : Debate

16h00 : Coffee Break

 

Panel 2 - EU Citizenship in the Broader Context of European Integration

Chair : Judge Pall Hreinsson, EFTA Court

 

16h30 : tbc

16h40 : The Methodologies of Approaching EU Citizenship Law
Daniel Thym, University of Konstanz

16h50 : The Inconsistent Interpretation of Secondary Legislation : The Case of EU Citizenship
Martijn van den Brink, Max Planck Institute, Göttingen

17h00 : Citizenship in the European Economic Area
Eleftheria Neframi, University of Luxembourg

17h10 : EU Citizenship and Tax law: Recent Developments and New Challenges
Panagiota Micheli, The United Nations Institute for Training and Research, UNITAR

17h20 : Debate

18h00 : End

 

18 Novembre

(University of Luxembourg, Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance - Room B001, Ground floor)

 

9h00 : Welcome coffee - Atrium (Ground floor)

 

Panel 3 - Brexit and EU Citizenship

Chair : Laurence Gormley, University of Groningen

 

9h30 : Rights of European Citizens vs Right of the Member State to Withdraw from the Union
Jörg Gerkrath, University of Luxembourg

9h40 : How will the Case Law of the Court of Justice and of the ECtHR Impact Citizenship of the European Union in Brexit ?
Suzana Pecin, University of Ljubljana

9h50 : EU Citizens’ Rights after Brexit – Which Court Should Guarantee Them ?
Clelia Lacchi, University of Luxembourg

10h00 : EU Citizenship and Withdrawals from the Union
Stéphanie Laulhé Shaelou, UCLan Cyprus

10h10 : Debate

10h45 : Coffee Break

 

Panel 4 - Citizenship Rights (I)

Chair : Robert Harmsen, University of Luxembourg

 

11h15 : EU Citizenship and Disability
Charlotte O’Brien, York Law School

11h25 : EU Citizenship and the Right to Care : A Citizenship RightPar Excellence ?
Nathan Cambien, Référendaire, Court of Justice of the EU

11h35 : EU Citizenship in the Context of EU Criminal Law
Tony Margueryand Hanneke van Eijken, University of Utrecht

11h45 : Shared Rights and Shared Wrongs : Principles of Federal Citizenship in EU Criminal Law
Stephen Coutts, Dublin City University

11h55 : Debate

 

12h30 : Lunch - Atrium (Ground floor)

 

Panel 5 - Citizenship Rights (II)

Chair : tbc

 

14h00 : EU Citizenship as a Means of Empowerment for Fundamental Rights during the Financial Crisis
Katerina Kalaitzaki, University of Cyprus

14h10 : The European Citizens’ Initiative in the Light of the European Debt Crisis : The Anagnostakis Case
Antonio Iannì(University of Venice)

14h20 : EU Citizens’ Right to Participate in the European Elections after the Delvigne Case : Opening the Door to Federal Citizens’ Rights ?
Sébastien Platon, University of Bordeaux

14h30 : Academic Freedom and European Citizens’ Right to Education
Barbara Gagliardi, University of Torino

14h40 : Debate

 

Panel 4 - Citizenship Rights (III)

Chair ; Dominik Düsterhaus, Référendaire, Court of Justice of the EU

 

15h15 : The Substance of Rights : New Pieces of the Ruiz Zambrano Puzzle
Hester Kroeze, University of Ghent

15h25 : The Right to Stay at Home
Sara Iglesias Sánchez, Référendaire, Court of Justice of the EU

15h35 : The Free Movement of Dual EU Citizens
David de Groot, University of Bern

15h45 : Formalising Formulas-Back to the Market Roots for « Legal Residence » of Citizens of the Union ?
Moritz Jesse and Daniel Carter, University of Leiden

15h55 : The Pernicious Influence of Citizenship Rights on Workers’ Rights in the EU - The Case of Student Finance
Araceli Turmo, University of Nantes

16h05 : Debate

17h00 : End


Court of Justice of the European Union
Entrée Erasmus
Grande salle d’audiences du Tribunal
Rue du Fort Niedergrünewald
Luxembourg
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University of Luxembourg, Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance
Room B001 (Ground floor)
4 rue Alphonse Weicker, Kirchberg
2721 Luxembourg
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