16 septembre 2020
8.30 - 12.30 am
Free entrance but online registration required before 12 September 2020
Amicus Curia Workshop on the EPSU Case (European Federation of Public Service Unions (EPSU), Jan Goudriaan vs European Commission) - On the promotion of the European Social Dialogue
16 September 2020 (8.30 – 12.30 am)
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!!! The participants to the Conference can assist in an active (at the University Foundation – Brussels) or passive way (at distance -Teams).
► Free entrance but online registration required before 12 September 2020
The Atelier de droit social of the UCLouvain in a partnership with the School of European Studies, UClouvain, Louvain-La-Neuve, the Institut d’études européennes ULB, Bruxelles and the Institute for European Studies, USaintLouis, Brussels, will organize an academic workshop, at the Fondation universitaire of Brussels.
As suggested to us by Silvia Borelli of the University of Ferrara, we will mould this workshop on the pre-existing format of a long standing Italian tradition of facilitating a dialogue between academia and the Italian Constitutional Court (http://www.amicuscuriae.it/). It is worthwhile to expand this tradition to cases which come up before the CJEU.
Academic Committee: Filip Dorssemont (Atelier de droit social-Crides, UCLouvain), Silvia Borelli (University of Ferrara), Edoardo Traversa (Crides -School of European Studies, UCLouvain), Antoine Bailleux (Institute for European Studies, USaintLouis Brussels), Emmanuelle Bribosia (Institut d’études européennes, ULB)
9.00 Welcome and Introduction by the Chair by Silvia Borelli, University of Ferrara and Filip Dorssemont, University of Louvain
9.10 Contextualisation: The notion of central Government Administration and the scope of EU law by Jacques Ziller, University of Pavia
9.20 The history of the EU Social Dialogue by Jean-Paul Tricart, ETUI
9.30 The hermeneutics of the General Court by Filip Dorssemont, University of Louvain
9.40 On the notion of general interest and a perspective of Substantive Constitutionalization by Fotis Vergis, University of Manchester and Klaus Loercher, former référendaire Civil Service Tribunal
10.00 Question time
10.30 Coffee break
10.40 On appropriateness and legality checks by Silvia Rainone, KU Leuven and ETUI
10.50 Horizontal Subsidiarity by Mélanie Schmitt, Strasbourg University, Antonio Garcia Munoz, University of Luxembourg and Massimilano Delfino, University Frederico II, Naples
11.20 The relevance of the European Pillar on Social Rights by Beryl Ter Haar, Leiden University and Warschau University
11.30 The nature of an Act implementing an Agreement: a (non) legislative measure? by Pieter-Augustijn Van Mallegem, University of Louvain
11.50 Question time
12.00 – 12.30 Conclusion
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