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Neues aus dem Elfenbeinturm: April 2019

door REDACTIE EU LAW BLOG 17-04-2019 US – EU Environmental Law Colloquium Rome, 30 May 2019. Registration necessary. Conference  From Tampere 20 to Tampere 2.0: Towards a new programme (2020-2024) for EU migration and asylum policies 20 years after the Tampere conclusions? Helsinki, 24-25 October 2019. Deadline for submissions: 10 May 2019. 5th Annual TAU Workshop for Junior Scholars in Law […] »»
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EU Equality Law: Looking Ahead after 20 Years of Policymaking*

door REDACTIE EU LAW BLOG 08-04-2019 By Sara Benedi Lahuerta and Ania Zbyszewska The adoption of the European Pillar of Social Rights (‘the Pillar’) in 2017 and the 20-year anniversary of the entry into force of the Treaty of Amsterdam in 2019 provide an auspicious moment for not only take stock of accomplishments in the field of EU equality law and […] »»
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Bold and Thoughtful: The Court of Justice intervenes in nationality law Case C-221/17 Tjebbes

door REDACTIE EU LAW BLOG 25-03-2019 By Stephen Coutts Introduction  Tjebbes is a bold and yet thoughtful judgment. It pushes the boundaries of the role of EU law in nationality matters and yet does so in a manner that both respects the primacy of the Member States in regulating this area of law, and acknowledges the genuine Union-interest in the manner […] »»
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New posts on the European Law Blog – email subscription service working again

door REDACTIE EU LAW BLOG 21-03-2019 By the editors The European Law Blog had a software malfunction in the email subscription service for the past few posts. We have resolved the issue and would therefore draw your attention to the four posts that have been published and for which you have not received an email notification.   1. Will Deliveroo and […] »»
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How to turn subsidiarity into an effective tool ? – Reflections on the Communication of the European Commission on the principles of subsidiarity and proportionality

door REDACTIE EU LAW BLOG 19-03-2019 By Vincent Delhomme After its State of the Union address of 13 September 2017, in which he presented his vision for the future of the Europe Union, President Juncker announced the creation of a Task Force to reflect on the application of the principles of subsidiarity and proportionality in EU policymaking and to make propositions […] »»