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Episode 1: 'A Year in Review' - One year of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence for EU Integration and Citizens' Rights

In the first episode of our Jean Monnet Podcast for Citizens Rights, Professor Dagmar Schiek reflects on the past year of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence for EU Integration and Citizens' Rights.

Along with our host, Romane Lieber, Professor Schiek reflects on the Centre's past events and discusses upcoming events for 2023.

Episode 2: 'Activating EU Rights Globally - Legal Mobalisation in Third Countries' with Dr Luigi Lonardo

In the second episode of our Jean Monnet Podcast for Citizens Rights, Dr Luigi Lonardo speaks to our host, Romane Lieber, about the Activation of EU derived rights in third countries.

Episode 3: 'The Covid-19 Crisis: Free Movement, Borders and testing of Union Citizenship' with Dr Stephen Coutts

In the third episode of our Jean Monnet Podcast for Citizens Rights, Dr Stephen Coutts speaks to our host, Romane Lieber, about the Covid-19 Crisis and the response of the European Union.  

Episode 4: 'Citizens' (free) movement rights in the EU's Neighbourhood'

In the forth episode of our Jean Monnet Podcast for Citizens Rights, our host, Romane Lieber speaks to Dr Anthony Soares, Dr Oksana Holovka-Havrvsheva and Prof Dagmar Schiek about our upcoming seminar on how the EU's law and politics in its neighbourhood impact on citizens' lives in the neighbourhood and the EU itself. 

Episode 5: EU Citizens' Initiative - Unconditional Basic Income' with Dr Ulrich Schachtschneider and Dr Anastasia Karatzia

In the fifth episode of our Jean Monnet Podcast for Citizens Rights, our host, Romane Lieber speaks to Dr Ulrich Schachtschneider and Dr Anastasia Karatzia about our recent seminar on the European Citizens' Initiative and the Initiative of the Universal Basic Income.

Episode 6: ''Experiencing Sports Broadcasts without Borders'' with Dr Robert Butler 

In the sixth episode of our Jean Monnet Podcast for Citizens Rights, our host, Romane Lieber speaks to Dr Robert Butler, Department of Economics, UCC about our upcoming seminar on 'Experiencing Sports Broadcasts without Borders'.

Episode 7: EU Integration and Citizens' Rights - A New Avenue to EU Legitimacy? with Professor Dagmar Schiek and Dr Alezini Loxa

In the seventh episode of our Jean Monnet Podcast for Citizens Rights, our host, Romane Lieber speaks to Professor Dagmar Schiek and Dr Alezini Loxa about the recent panel discussion, 'EU Integration and Citizens' Rights - A New Avenue to EU Legitimacy?' which took place at the UACES 2023 Conference in Belfast, September 2023.

Episode 8: The EU as promoter of Anti-Discrimination Rights in its Neighbourhood – Comparing Northern Ireland and Ukraine

In the 8th episode of our Jean Monnet Podcast for Citizens Rights, our host, Romane Lieber speaks to Professor Dagmar Schiek about our upcoming event, 'The EU as promoter of Anti-Discrimination Rights in its Neighbourhood – Comparing Northern Ireland and Ukraine' which will be held in Dublin and online on the 6th February, also touching on an upcoming Workshop which will take place in April. 

Kick-Off Event - 28th September 2022

Our Kick-Off Event was held on Wednesday 28th September.  This event provided an opportunity to present the project plans to the wider community. 

 

EU Constitutionalism Rights and Right-Wing Populism - 28 September 2022

Professor Dagmar Schiek, Synnott Family Chair, EU Law, University College Cork

Dr Paul Blokker, Associate Professor, University of Bologna

Dr Ulrike M Vieten, Assistant Professor, Queen's University Belfast

 

The EU's Geopolitical Autonomy and Citizens' Rights - Seminar 2, 18 November 2022

Panel 1: 'The EU and Global Human Rights'

‘EU Foreign Policy and Human Rights’, Professor Karen E Smith, Department of International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science

‘Authoritarian Powers and Global Human Rights’, Professor Alex Dukalskis, School of Politics and International Relations, University College Dublin

‘The EU, China and Human Rights: Old and New Agendas’, Prof. Andrew Cottey, Department of Government and Politics, University College Cork

 

Citizens' (free) Movement Rights in th EU's Neighbourhood, 5th July 2023

 

This seminar asks how the EU's law and politics in its neighbourhood impact on citizens' lives in the neighbourhood and the EU itself. We compare the EU's new Western neighbourhood, the UK, with the EU's Eastern neighbourhood, focusing on Northern Ireland and Ukraine and on movement of people between the EU and these regions.

 

Speakers :

Dr Anthony Soares, Director of the centre for Cross Border Studies

Dr Oksana Holovka-Havrvsheva, Associate Professor of EU Law at University of Lviv, Ukraine 

Dr Tatsiana Shaban post-doctoral researcher at University of Victoria, Canada.

 

Chairs/Discussants : Prof Dagmar Schiek and Dr. Mary C. Murphy

 

China, the European Union and the International Human Rights Regime

On-line panel, 24th April 2024, 3.00-4.30pm GMT

Rana Siu Inboden, University of Texas

Eva Pils, KCL 

Julie Yu-Wen Chen, University of Helsinki 

Prof. Mark Poustie, UCC

 

EU Integration and Citizens' Rights

Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence

Áras na Laoi, School of Law, University College Cork, T12 T656

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