Seminar "Social Integration in EU Law: Contents, Limits and Functions of an Elusive Notion" (25 May 2018) – University of Turin

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The international Seminar on "Social Integration in EU Law: Contents, Limits and Functions of an Elusive Notion" will take place on Friday 25 May 2018.

The Seminar is jointly promoted by the Law Department of the University of Turin, the Collegio Carlo Alberto, and the European Commission, within the framework of the MoveS Network, under the auspices of European Papers - A Journal on Law and Integration.

The morning session will focus on the conceptual understanding of the notion of social integration in the EU legal order. The second session will more specifically address the consequences of a Union citizen's failure to undergo a successful path towards integration in the host Member State, while the last one will be devoted to the implications of this notion for third country nationals.

Seminar Scientific Coordinator: Francesco Costamagna (Associate Professor of EU Law, francesco.costamagna@unito.it) and Stefano Montaldo (Assistant Professor of EU Law, stefano.montaldo@unito.it)
Venue: Turin (Italy) – Department of Law of the University of Turin, University Campus Luigi Einaudi (room B2), Lungo Dora Siena, 100 – Turin
Seminar Programme
For further information: Francesco Costamagna (francesco.costamagna@unito.it) and Stefano Montaldo (stefano.montaldo@unito.it)

 

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