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Aim of the course is to deepen the studying of the most significant global challenges of this era and, among them, in particular, the one concerning migration issues through a multilevel legal perspective, which considers the legal framework of EU law and the solution adopted for its adaptation in the Italian legal order as well as in some of the European States.
At the end of the course, students will acquire advanced knowledge and methodological competences in specific areas of EU law dealing with cross-border and international challenges; will understand complex legal situations, and will have the means for critical independent legal thinking and propose innovative solutions.
The "EU law and global challenges" module aims to provide students with the methodological tools and notions necessary to understand, contextualise and analyze the role of the European Union as a global actor and the scope of European Union law (also) outside the European system. Both profiles will be considered in relation to global issues, such as the protection of the environment, the use of the internet and the protection of personal data, the economic and financial crisis, the protection of competition, as well as the migration phenomenon.
At the end of the course students will be able to understand and critically evaluate:
• to understand the role of the European Union as a global player
• to understand the extraterritorial scope of European Union law
• to understand and critically assess the exercise of the external competences of the European Union with respect to global issues
• to navigate the European migration discipline;
• to navigate in the complexity of the migration discipline as a multilevel phenomenon (European states, EU, ECHR)
• to understand the main problems of Italian legislation and case-law and those of other European and non-European states
• to critically discuss on the fundamental rights of migrants
• to evaluate the impact of the migratory phenomenon in state systems
• to express oneself through technical terms typical of legal language
Traditional frontal lectures will be supported by the use of PPTs.
Students will be involved in the discussion of case-studies and specific topics.
Students attending at least 75% of classes will be examined with i) discussion of the topics; ii) written test, and iii) sPPT presentations. Competences can also be assessed during oral exams.
During the pandemic and post-pandemic period, lessons will take place according to the instructions provided by the University and the Department.
The course, held in English, deepens the study of how the European Union legal order tackle some of the existing global challenges.
More precisely, the first module (EU law and global challenges) will focus on the following topics:
• European Union and European Union law in the global context
• European Union law and the environment
• European Union law and protection of personal data in the use of the internet
• European Union law and the economic and financial crisis
• European Union and competition law
• European Union law and migration phenomenon
The second module (Migration law) will be structured as follows:
EU law and global challenges
The following book is recommended: M. Cremona and J. Scott, EU law Beyond EU Borders, Oxford, 2019, ISBN: 9780198842170 (which is available online on the University of Genoa's online catalogue "Uno per tutto" at the following link: https://unopertutto.unige.net/permalink/39GEN_INST/1t4pt0g/cdi_proquest…;
Students attending regularly the lectures will be provided with further materials (available on the Aulaweb page of the course)
Office hours: Students can talk with the professor every Monday from 9 a.m. to 12 a.m. at Department of Political Sciences, Albergo dei Poveri, Central Tower, third floor. For a better organizations of the meetings, students are kindly invited to write in advance the address: firstname.lastname@example.org. During the COVID-19 emergency, meetings will take place on the online platform Teams (channel code: 3h0wr34). The Teams channel could be used also for lessons and/or exams in case of weather alert.
LAURA CARPANETO (President)
ARIANNA PITINO (President Substitute)
ARISTIDE CANEPA (Substitute)
LORENZO CUOCOLO (Substitute)
STEFANO DOMINELLI (Substitute)
FRANCESCA MAOLI (Substitute)
EDMONDO MOSTACCI (Substitute)
MARIA ANGELA ORLANDI (Substitute)
MATTEO SOMMELLA (Substitute)
See official calendar
Every Monday from 9.00 to 12.00 a.m., Department of Political Sciences (Albergo dei Poveri, Torre Ovest, third floor at the level of the Library. For a better organization of the meetings, students are kindly invited to write in advance an email to the following address: email@example.com
During the COVID-19 emergency, meetings will take place on the online platform Teams (channel code: 3h0wr34). The Teams channel could be used also for lessons and/or exams in case of weather alert.
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
The exam is oral, and held in English. Students are usually asked three questions on topics of the programme.
Students attending at least 75% of classes can alternatively be examined with i) discussion of the topics; ii) written test, and iii) students PPT presentations.
Both written and oral examination will verify that students have acquired theoretical and practical knowledge on