For quite a long time, I was thinking what to write for Europe Day, and whether or not should I accept the editors’ of Bloggingportal.eu invitation to share my visions for the future of Europe on the My Europe Week blog. So that my contribution could make difference. For the readers of my blog, I […]
Jaanika Erne, M.A. EU Law, King's College London, 2008; M.A. Law, University of Tartu, 2004; LL.M. Public International Law, University of Helsinki, 2003; PhD Candidate at the Faculty of Law of the University of Tartu. Areas of interest: theoretical and historical aspects of public international law, human rights (moral, political and legal aspects), global politics, global and EU governance.
Preparing the next lecture for the general course in EU law about the External Relations of the EU, I found a link to the T.C.M. Asser Instituut, where I found the Calendar of Events of the Asser Instituut that could be of wider interest http://www.asser.nl/events.aspx?pointer=0 I have thought to cover the following problems: • The […]
I finally have put up links to the videos of my two recent lectures in EU Law. The first one was held on 19 April 2010, and was about Free Movement of Persons: http://media.tlu.ee/archive/index.php/Streamed2010/RIO7007/RIO7007-19apr10 The second one was held on 26 April 2010 about Free Movement of Capital: http://media.tlu.ee/archive/index.php/Streamed2010/RIO7007/RIO7007-26apr10 I am reading the course in EU […]
I thought that this could be of interest that the 4th International Conference on eDemocracy 2010 will be held in Danube-University Krems from 6 to 7 May 2010. Link to the detailed Conference Programme: http://www.donau-uni.ac.at/imperia/md/content/department/gpa/zeg/dokumente/edem10_conference_programme.pdf I imagine the topic being connected also with access to internet, because access to e-voting and e-government, as access to e-election […]
After having used some model cases used in the PG. Programme in EU law of the London King’s College in my EU Law seminars, I finally (anew) built up “my own” case on EU anti-discrimination law that seems quite usable: A female employee was on leave from work on grounds of sickness. While she was […]
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