Italy, Venice

EU Charter of Fundamental Rights

when 8 March 2016 - 9 March 2016
language English
duration 1 week
fee EUR 600

The object of this training seminar is to explore the scope and usefulness of the Charter for the legal practitioners facing the national courts or the Court of Justice of the EU, mostly by means of preliminary reference. Beyond illustrating the key features of the Court and essential aspects of its functioning, the training seminar will be dedicated to the analysis of relevant case law in parallel working groups with a view to allow discussion and exchange on specific concrete questions, among which:
• Privacy/Data Protection
• Internal Market
• Asylum and Immigration
• Economic and Social Rights

Course leader

The seminar’s scientific responsible, Prof. Jean-Paul Jacqué, has contributed – within the Legal Service of the Council of the European Union – to the drafting of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.

Target group

Everyone who is interested.

Course aim

The seminar will focus on the Charter's values, as well as on the main fields of application when a specific appeal is submitted. The academics and experts composing the Training seminar’s faculty are high level well-known professionals and leading professors coming from different European Universities.

Fee info

EUR 600: Enrolment fee for the training seminar amounts to € 450,00 with no accommodation, or € 600,00 with accommodation for 3 nights (nights of 7, 8 and 9 April – departures 10 April 2016).

If you choose the option with no accommodation, the enrolment fee will include:

tuition fee
lunches on class days

If you choose the option with accommodation, the enrolment fee will include:

tuition fee
lunches on class days
accommodation in a single room in a hotel on the Lido for 3 nights