Crisis and Rights in Italy and Europe – An International Workshop at the University of Trento

Crisis and Rights in Italy and Europe- An International Workshop at the University of Trento

September 22, 2014 – 9:00-13.00. Faculty of Law, Room B Streamed on-line

Call for Questions! – Is Austerity… Just Unlawful Efficient?
Ask questions on the economic crisis and rights in the EU

Email us at: crisis.rights@gmail.com before Sep 21, 2014 – midnight

We’ll discuss your questions and comments at the round-table!

Attend or Follow:

Attend or Follow: Crisis and Rights in Italy and Europe
When: Sep 22, 2014 – starting at 9:00 a.m.
Where: Faculty of Law – University of Trento / and on-line
Who: Julinda Beqiraj, Gianludovico de Martino, Andrea Fracasso, Christoph Joerges, Urfan Khaliq, Sara Lorenzini, Giuseppe Nesi, Udo Johannes Reifner, Carlo Ruzza, Paolo Turrini

Background
The Faculty of Law and the School of International Studies of the University of Trento in cooperation with the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation have organized a public meeting on Crisis and Rights in Italy and Europe.
Scholars of different disciplines (economics, history, sociology, legal theory and other fields of legal studies) will discuss the relationship between human rights and the economic crisis.
They’ll examine the financial mechanisms established by the Member States and the EU to counter the crisis, focusing on their lawfulness, their efficiency, their social acceptability, and their moral justness.
The programme is available here.
The abstracts of all of the speakers will be made available here.
What do you think?
Your questions will be raised and discussed during the round-table.

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