Roundtable on Planning and Enhancing EU-Western Balkans Cooperation
We are really pleased to report that the second roundtable concerning Planning and Enhancing EU-Western Balkans Cooperation on Justice and Home Affairs took place at the University of Salerno. It was attended by accademics, as well as practicioners and legal experts in the fields of the Module.
The approach has been multidisciplinare thanks to the participation of the key staff members (Teresa Russo, Anna Oriolo e Gaspare Dalia), to Mario Panebianco, Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Salerno (Italy), as well as to the other colleguaes from Albania: Ilir Kanaj, Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Vlora “Ismail Qemali” (Albania), Ertil Mecaj, Professor of Criminal Procedural Law, University of Vlora “Ismail Qemali” (Albania).
The discussion highlighted the need to overcome the legal obstacles as well as the cultural ones that still divide the Balkan countries.
In this direction, the speech of Wojciech J. Kosior (Ph.D., LL.M., National School of Judiciary and Public Prosecution, University of Rzeszow, Institute of Legal Studies, Poland) underlined a comparison with the integration experience of Poland in the EU.
Then, the contribution of Amarilda Lici, Migration Lawyer (Italy), Livio Scirocco, Lieutenant Commander (ITCG), Senior Officer of the Italian Coast Guard (Italy) and Simona Libera Scocozza, Criminal and Migration Lawyer (Italy) gave at the debate the point of view of legal experts and practitioners included in the works of the Module.