Re-launch blog of the Department of International and European Union Law of the Erasmus University (IEUL Blog)

In: Department IEUL

25 Oct 2016

Dear readers,

Welcome to the re-launched blog of the Department of International and European Union Law of the Erasmus University! Largely corresponding to the research interests of the members of the Department, this blog focuses on issues related to International and European Union law.  These include – but are not limited to – the framework and functioning of legal institutions of economic governance and their implications for democracy, environmental, health, safety and social regulation as well as human rights.

We are aiming to bring you frequent contributions from the members of our Department on all sorts of topics ranging from newly-decided cases, to legislative changes, and from commentary on current (legal) affairs to announcements of events that could be of interest. We are also welcoming  guest blog-posts on themes related to International and European Union law and particularly those that are closely linked with our Department’s research interests.

Using this blog as a platform, we hope to foster an intelligent conversation and public debate around current issues that are not only legally relevant, but have an immediate effect on society at large. On this note, we kick-off our blog with some thoughts on the headline of the week: CETA.

Start following us and we’re looking forward to receiving your blog-posts.

 

The Editorial team,

Alessandra Arcuri, Andria Naudé Fourie, Anastasia Karatzia, Federica Violi and Masuma Shahid

 

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