We feel thankful and satisfied with the results of our third and conclusive informal meeting.

Some main topics in the field of cross border security, migration and asylum management have been addressed by the discussants.

These also provided interesting proposals as well as valuable contacts to enrich the programme of the second edition of the EUWEB Module.
#EUWEB #JeanMonnetModule #WesternBalkans #EU #UNISA #Migration #Immigrants #Borders #Asylum #Refugee

As we continue to prepare EUWEB’s second edition, we introduce our third informal meeting scheduled for 16 November 2020, at 10:00 A.M. − Microsoft Teams.

The event, introduced by Teresa Russo, EUWEB Module Leader, as well as Anna Oriolo and Gaspare Dalia, Key Staff Members, will be an occasion to address our future topics on challenges such as cross border security, migration and asylum management.
The discussion will be enriched by the participation of academics (Erjon Hitaj, Professor of International Law, Head of Department of Law, University “Ismail Qemali” of Vlora, Albania, and Ana Nikodinovska Krstevska, Professor of EU Law and EU Foreign Policy, Head of Department of International Relations and EU Law, Faculty of Law, University Goce Delčev, Štip, Republic of North Macedonia); as well as by key stakeholders in this field and representatives of civil society. They are Caterina Bove, Lawyer, Association for Juridical Studies on Immigration (ASGI); Laura Ferrara, Member of the European Parliament for Italy; Amarilda Lici, Immigration Lawyer, Association for Juridical Studies on Immigration (ASGI); Livio Scirocco, Lieutenant Commander (ITCG), Senior Officer of the Italian Coast Guard; Simona Libera Scocozza, Criminal and Immigration Lawyer, Court of Salerno (Italy); Daniele Bombardi, Regional Coordinator in South East Europe, Caritas Italiana; Fiorinda Mirabile, Lawyer, National Coordinator and President of the Salerno Committee, Italian Federation for Human Rights (FIDU), Salerno (Italy); Claudia Pecoraro, Coordinator of “Avvocato di Strada” Onlus, Salerno Department and Andreina Bove, President of ELSA Salerno (Italy)
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Thanks to all our speakers for their precious collaboration! #EUWEB #JeanMonnetModule #WesternBalkans #EU #UNISA #Migration #Immigrants #Borders #Asylum #Refugee

In continuation of EUWEB’s second edition preparatory activities, we present to you our second informal meeting which is scheduled on 9 November 2020, at 10:00 A.M. − Microsoft Teams.
 
The event, introduced by Teresa Russo, EUWEB Module Leader, and Anna Oriolo, Key Staff Member, will focus on the fight against transnational crimes. The discussion will be enriched by the participation of: Ersi Bozheku, Lawyer and Professor of Criminal Law at the Department of Law, Tirana State University (Albania); Luigi Foffani, Professor of Criminal Law, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy); Elena Maksimova, Professor of Criminal Law and Criminology, Vice-Dean for Education, Faculty of Law, University Goce Delčev, Štip (Republic of North Macedonia); Niuton Mulleti, Acting Head of the Department of Law & Head of the Institutional and Legal Affairs Office, Lecturer of Political Science and International Relations, EPOKA University, Tirana (Albania); Maja Savić-Bojanić, Dean and Professor of International Relations, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Sarajevo School of Science and Technology (Bosnia and Herzegovina); Fiorinda Mirabile, Lawyer, National Coordinator of the Salerno Committee, Italian Federation for Human Rights (FIDU), Salerno (Italy); Andreina Bove, President of ELSA Salerno (Italy).
 
Thanks to all our speakers for their precious collaboration! #EUWEB #JeanMonnetModule #WesternBalkans #EU #UNISA #TransnationalCrimes #Crime
We are very proud to announce our first activities of the second edition.
During three informal meetings on 4, 9 and 16 November 2020, Prof. Teresa Russo, EUWEB Leader, Profs. Anna Oriolo and Gaspare Dalia, EUWEB Key Staff Members, will discuss with academics, legal experts and stakeholders the new trends and perspectives of the topics of the EUWEB Module for preparing an amazing and stimulating second edition.
Our first meeting, on 4 November at 3:00 P.M., will concern some insights on judicial and police cooperation from Prof. Luigi Foffani, Professor of Criminal Law, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy); Prof. Ismail Tafani, Head of the Department of Legal Sciences, Professor of Constitutional Law, Albanian University of Tirana (Albania); Olga Koshevaliska (Gurkova) Professor of Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure, Dean of the Law Faculty, Criminal Department, University “Goce Delčev” of Štip (Republic of North Macedonia); Carmine Pirozzoli, Public Prosecutor and Long Term Expert on Organized Crime, PAMECA – EU Police Assistance in Albania. Gianluigi Pratola, Deputy Prosecutor General at the Italian Supreme Court and Mid-term Expert, as Coordinator of the Component concerning the High School for the Judiciary and the Prosecution Office, EURALIUS V Team; Gezim Spahiu, Public Prosecutor, Court District of Shkodra (Albania).
The scheduled meetings will also see the participation of our civil society supporters, such as ELSA and FIDU.
Thanks to all our speakers for their precious collaboration!

On 15th October 2020 from 9.00 am to 10.30 am, the Jean Monnet Modules EUWEB and SOEULAW celebrated #Erasmusplusdays with a webinar organised in partnership. The event aimed to increase dialogue between the two Jean Monnet communities sharing ideas, experiences and best practices.

We are very glad about the results of our #Erasmusplusday initiative.
The Key Staff Members of the #EUWEB and #SoEULaw Modules, with the participation of some partners, young researchers and students, shared and discussed their ideas, experiences and best practices for further common goals of cooperation.
We confirmed our commitment to promoting excellence in EU and international studies by working on an even more amazing second edition.
We are very glad to announce our Special Issue which collects some of the essays of the first edition of the Jean Monnet Module “EU-Western Balkans Cooperation on Justice and Home Affairs” (EUWEB) on “ILLYRIUS International Scientific Review” n. 14 (II-2020) ISSN 2225-2894. We would like to thank all the participants! Enjoy your reading! ⬇️

After all the planned training activities, the first edition of the Jean Monnet EU-Western Balkans Cooperation on Justice and Home Affairs Form, EUWEB is coming to an end.

The final Conference will take place on June 23, 2020 at 3 pm on the Microsoft Teams platform with the participation of distinguished speakers and experts in the field.

After the welcoming addressed of Vincenzo Loia, Rector, UNISA, Giovanni Sciancalepore, Director of the Department of Legal Sciences, UNISA and Francesco Fasolino, President of the Didactic Council of the Department of Legal Sciences, UNISA, it will be the turn of the supporters of the EUWEB Module thanks to the participation of Fiorinda Mirabile, Lawyer, National Coordinator and President of the Salerno Committee, Italian Human Rights Federation, FIDU; Claudia Pecoraro, Salerno Coordinator of the Onlus “Avvocati di Strada” ; Luigi Palmieri, Member of the Council of the Salerno Bar Association and Alessandra Salvo, President of ELSA Salerno.

Then the Conference will be divided into three Panels concerning the main thematic areas of the EUWEB Module and specifically: The Panel “Cross Border Security (Migration and Asylum Management)”which will be chaired by Teresa Russo, Professor of European Union Law, Department of Legal Sciences , UNISA, EUWEB Leader; II Panel “Transnational Crimes and Protection of Fundamental Rights”, which will be chaired by Anna Oriolo, Professor of International Law, Department of Legal Sciences, UNISA, EUWEB Key Staff Member; III Panel “Police and Judicial Cooperation”, which will be chaired by Gaspare Dalia, Professor of Comparative Criminal Procedure Law, Department of Legal Sciences, UNISA, EUWEB Key Staff Member.

The discussion will be conducted through the submission of questions to the speakers who will ensure a more dynamic development of all three panels that will see the participation for the I Panel I of Valentina Ranaldi, Professor of EU law, Niccolò Cusano University; Ana Nikodinovska Krstevska, Professor of EU Law and EU Foreign Policy, Director of the Department of International Relations and European Union Law, Faculty of Law, Goce Delčev University, Štip (Republic of North Macedonia) and Eldisa Cirogu, EU Project Manager of the NGOs “Soek In” and “Protect the Future”, Tirana (Albania); for the II Panel of Elena Maksimova, Assistant Professor, Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Law, Goce Delčev University, Štip (Republic of Northern Macedonia) and Maja Savić-Bojanić, Dean, Department of Political Sciences and International Relations, Professor of International Relations at the Sarajevo School of Science and Technology (Bosnia and Herzegovina); for the III Panel of Olga Koshevaliska (Gurkova), Dean and Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, Department of Criminal Law, Goce Delčev University, Štip (Republic of North Macedonia) and Florian Boriçi, Public Prosecutor at the Judicial District of Kruja ( Albania)

 

 

 

Monday 15 June 2020 Teresa Russo, Anna Oriolo and Gaspare Dalia, EUWEB Leader and Key Staff Members examined the current and complex issue of the EU Legal Challenges in the Digital Age: Cybersecurity and Cybercrime.

After the introduction by Anna Oriolo and Teresa Russo concerning International Relations in the Cyberspace: The Digital Diplomacy, Daniela Marrani, Professor of European Union Law, Department of Economic and Statistical Sciences, DISES, UNISA dealt with the EU Cybersecurity Framework , while Gaspare Dalia, EUWEB Key Staff Member focussed on the National Tools for Preventing and Fighting Cybercrime: Legal and Deontological Perspectives which also permitted the participating lawyers to be awarded a training credit in deontology.

Finally, Raffaele Pizzolante, Professor of Digital Forensics, Department of Computer Science, UNISA analyzed the issue of Transnational Cybercrime and Digital Forensics and Biagio Garofalo, Electronic Engineer and Technical Director of the National Council of Engineers explained the connections between Cybersecurity and Legal Aspects of the Devices Inspection and Risk Assessment.

The open debate highlighted the need of balancing the network security with personal data protection

For the contents of the lectures, see the section The Module/Didactic Materials on our home page.

 

 

 

 

 

On 12 June 2020 Teresa Russo and Anna Oriolo, Leader and Key Staff Member of the EUWEB Module addressed the topic of the “Respect for Fundamental Rights and the Western Balkans’ Compliance to EU Standards” in collaboration with the Jean Monnet Module “Solidarity in the EU Law “, SoEULaw.

After the introduction on Respect for Fundamental Rights as a Cornerstone in the EU Construction by the EUWEB Staff, Paolo Bargiacchi, Professor of International Law, Faculty of Law and Economics of the University “Kore” of Enna dealt with “the Revised Enlargement Methodology for the Western Balkans”. Then, Jan Wouters, Professor of International Law and International Organizations, Jean Monnet Chair EU and Global Governance, KU, Leuven (Belgium) focused on the issue of Protection of Fundamental Rights and the Rule of Law as Fundamental Values ​​of the EU. Finally, Leonardo Pasquali, Professor of EU Law, University of Pisa and Leader of the Jean Monnet Module “Solidarity in the EU Law”, SoEULaw, examined the Principle of Solidarity as a Cornerstone of the EU Construction.

The open debate stressed the future enlargements of the EU and the future scenarios for a credible solidarity.

For the contents of the lectures, see the section The Module/Didactic Materials on our home page.

 

On 5 June 2020 Teresa Russo and Anna Oriolo, EUWEB Leader and Key Staff Member addressed the issue of the “Democratic Principles and the Rule of Law as Conditions for EU Membership” thanks to the participation of distinguished speakers.

After analyzing the evolution of democratic principles in the EU legal order, Luigi Daniele, Professor of EU , Faculty of Law of the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” (Italy) dealt with Articles 7 and 19 TEU with reference to Poland and Hungary’s cases .

Ioannis Papageorgiou, Professor of International and EU Politics, Department of Political Sciences, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece), Jean Monnet Chair on “The Fundamentals of the European Integration: Democracy, Institutions and Policies” focused on the fundamentals of the European Union and future enlargements. Finally, Miroslav Djordjevic, LL.M. Research Associate at the Institute of Comparative Law, University of Belgrade (Serbia) addressed the issue of the rule of law in Serbia between challenges and critical issues.

The open debate underlined all the questions still open on the future enlargements of the EU, as well the failure of some EU Member States to respect democratic principles, and in particular the rule of law principle.

For the contents of the lectures, see the section The Module/Didactic Materials on our home page.