Make your national administration a winner in EU infringement procedures: respond persuasively to Commission allegations, avoid the risk of a court case, a condemnatory ruling and potential financial sanctions for your national administration.
This highly practical course will aim to transfer to its participants the practical skills required to voice and represent the interest of local governments in the process of adopting EU legal acts. The course will equip them with the know-how necessary to ensure their correct legal absorption and administrative application once the acts are approved.
This 1.5 day course introduces the EU taxonomy regulation and the “do no significant harm principle”. The course is delivered by experts and includes presentation and interactive elements. You will learn about origin, application and current development of the taxonomy.
This online course provides participants with a comprehensive and structured guide to a wide-range of mostly free but also commercial internet resources dealing with EU issues and trains them on their proficient use, so that they can retrieve through them the EU info they are after quickly and efficiently.
What is the EU Green Deal and how does it work? How can projects be financed under the Green Deal and its Just Transition Fund, RRF and MFF? This course provides a comprehensive overview of the main features of the Green Deal and what it entails in terms of policies, legislation and funding: all you ever wanted to know about the Green Deal and EU funding is here!
This course will explain the challenges of policy formulation and regulation of asylum matters and address the EU’s difficulties in responding to the large-scale movements of 2015–2016, as well as its approach to tackling the recent Ukrainian refugee crisis. A look at the New Pact on Migration and Asylum will reveal if it can serve as a new start.
The aim of the conference is to inform participants about recent developments in the case law of the General Court and to look in more detail at specific issues regarding civil service litigation in the EU, including those which are currently on the agenda; and to provide scope for a debate and a critical assessment of this case law among the key actors concerned.
The purpose of this annual event is to review and comment on a number of key judicial decisions issued by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) during the past 12 months. These judicial decisions offer a first-time interpretation on certain EU legal instruments, give a new meaning to existing legal rules, or they adapt or re-examine past jurisprudence.