Coercion and Well-Being in Europe


Coercion and Well-Being in Europe



Under the EUniWell Seed Funding Program, this partnership takes the form of a cycle of conferences every two years with the first one held at the University of Nantes in May 2024. This first conference focuses on critically examining various aspects of the relationship between coercion and wellbeing according to a multidisciplinary approach.




Monday, May 6, 2024


14h00 : Opening of the Conference and Welcome Speech

14h30 : Keynote Speech
Natasa Mavronicola, Professor, University of Birmingham


Panel 1 - Coercion and Well-Being : Guaranteeing Stability in Society

15h00 : Moderators : Sofia Ciuffoletti, Professor, Florence University
Gaëtan Cliquennois, Research Fellow, CNRS

Vulnerability and Protection : Reassembling Welfare Societies
Eduardo Cano-Muñoz, Ph.D. Student, Murcia University

An Anthropological Examination of Social Security and its Impact of Societal Well being
Neda Askarinya, Ph.D. Student, Nantes University

Analysing the origins and elements of Due Diligence in International Public Law : an old tool to face new challenges
Melanie Soto Cremades, Ph.D. Student, Murcia University

16h00 : Questions

16h15 : Break


Panel 2 - Coercion and Well-Being : Finding a Balance

16h30 : Moderator : Natasa Mavronicola, Professor, University of Birmingham

Coercion and well-being : the French example of detention without conviction through security measures
Grégory Thomas, Ph.D. Student, Nantes University

The impact of coercive measures implemented during COVID-19 on freedom and fundamental rights in Côte d'Ivoire and France
Lesline Kouity, Ph.D. Student, Nantes University

'Economic well-being' as a restriction of human rights: the example of the ECtHR
Ambre Tissot, Ph.D. Student, Paris Saclay University

17:30 : Questions

17h45 : Closing Remarks

18h00 : End of the first day


Tuesday, May 7, 2024


9h30 : Opening, Presentation second day

9h45 : Keynote Speech
Juan Jorge Piernas Lopez, Professor, Murcia University


Panel 3 - Coercion and Well-Being : Other Perspectives

10h15 : Moderator : Juan Jorge Piernas Lopez, Professor, Murcia University


Balancing digital innovation and human well being in environmental laws in Europe
Camille Tulasne, Doctor, Tours University

Minimum wage and wage-fixing : how antitrust will not fail workers
Giulia Mangiafico, Ph.D. Student, Bologna University

The balance between coercion and well-being in connection with the exercise of the right to squeeze-out shares
Kseniia Polosenko, Ph.D. Student, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv

11h15 : Questions

11:30 : Closing Remarks

12h00 : Closure



Registration and information : https://lawnetwork.sciencesconf.org

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Conference launches a partnership between the Universities of Nantes, Birmingham, Florence, Murcia and Kyiv

Faculté de droit
Amphi A
Chemin de la Censive du Tertre
44300 Nantes

Ce colloque avait donné lieu à un appel à communication : « Coercion and Well-being in Europe », ouvert jusqu’au 08 janvier 2024.
Nantes Université
Faculté de Droit et Sciences Politiques
Droit et Changement Social