Events


Lecture: Directive Principles and the Expressive Accommodation of Ideological Dissenters by Prof. Tarun Khaitan (University of Oxford)

The Constitutionalism and Politics Working Group has the pleasure to invite you to the presentation of the paper: Directive Principles and the Expressive Accommodation of Ideological Dissenters by Tarun Khaitan (Associate Professor in Law, University of Oxford) On Monday, 15th of May, 4-6 pm in Sala del Camino, Villa Salviati Abstract: This paper argues, using […]

European Elections and European Future: What to Conclude, What to Expect?

On the occasion of The State of the Union (4-6 May 2017), the Constitutionalism and Politics Working Group and the EUI Alumni Association have the pleasure to invite to an after-work gathering around the theme: “European elections and European future: what to conclude, what to expect?” Thursday 4 May, 19.30, Sala Capitolo For this discussion […]

Raffael Fasel (Cambridge) and Manès Weisskircher (EUI), Human and Animal Rights: From the Enlightenment to the Twenty-First Century.

The Constitutionalism and Politics Working Group had the pleasure to organize the event: Human and Animal Rights: From the Enlightenment to the Twenty-First Century – Work in progress presentation and discussion by Raffael Fasel (PhD Candidate in Law at the University of Cambridge) and Manès Weisskircher (PhD Candidate at the EUI, SPS Department). On Tuesday, […]

Tomi Tuominen, The Composite European Constitution and National Courts.

The European Union has a composite constitution, that is, that the constitutional norms of the EU and those of the Member States must be understood and studied as a whole. These two normative levels are in constant interaction. The defining feature of this relationship is constitutional pluralism. Basing on an analysis of the events surrounding […]