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.
In this course we will see how the new Regulations have changed programmes, how programmes address the twin Green and Digital Agendas, and support an urgent and sustainable economic recovery. The Recovery and Resilience Plans cover many of the same objectives as Cohesion Policy. We will examine how Member States are coordinating and demarcating the interventions and generating synergies between the policies and Funds. We will also assess the link with the new REPowerEU initiative.
This is an opportunity for an update on the latest developments under the European Green Deal. Learn where we stand on the legislative files about greenhouse gas emissions, energy, circular economy, biodiversity and more.
This module discusses the security issues which are currently present and shape home affairs cooperation among EU Member States. In this vein, EU’s New Pact on Migration will be specifically discussed as containing key areas in which future consensus needs to be found to preserve the current intensity of the internal security cooperation among EU Member States.
This summer school’s primary objective is to address the major issues discussed in the frame of the ‘Conference on the Future of Europe’, such as making the EU more democratic, incorporating climate change and green economy, digital transformation, migration and security.
Competitive dialogue and negotiated procedures are difficult to implement effectively but are essential for complex infrastructure and ICT projects and to modernise public services in the current fiscal climate. In this very practical Master Class you receive case-specific advice on the issues arising in your own procurement