Schlagwort-Archive: eu law

FitzGerald – European Global Unilateralism

In the most recent issue of the Saar Blueprints „European Global Unilateralism: Normative Foundations and Descriptive Limits in the Context of Online Speech Regulation“ Michael FitzGerald investigates the descriptive limits and the normative foundations of the EU’s unilateral power as it manifests in regard to the creation and enforcement of speech standards online.

You can read the whole paper here.

Toward Greater Gender-Sensitivity in Migration Law: Positive Developments regarding Female Refugees and Displaced Persons

On 7 October 2022, Professor Giegerich presented a paper on positive developments regarding female refugees and displaced persons at a conference on “Gendering Law: Challenges and Perspectives” that was organised within the framework of the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership LAWGEM – New Quality in Education for Gender Equality. The paper is available here.