Latin American Journal of European Studies

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Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Latin American Journal of European Studies

Published: 2021-08-04

The Latin American Journal of European Studies (ISSN 2763-8685) is a publication of the Latin American Center of European Studies, created from the BRIDGE Project of Jean Monnet Network with funding from the Erasmus + Program of the European Commission. With a focus on the editorial lines on European Union Law and Policies and International Relations of the European Union with third countries and Latin America, the second edition of the Journal also has a thematic dossier on Migration and Citizenship in the European Union and Latin America, organized by Aline Beltrame de Moura from the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (Brazil) and Sandra Negro from the Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina). The second edition of the Journal is open for submissions until November 1st, 2021.

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Observatory on European Studies



The deadline to submit scientific papers to the Workshop event of the II Jean Monnet Network Seminar on “Migration and Citizenship in the European Union and Latin America”, has been extended until the 22 October 2021.

The event will be held virtually on the 9 November 2021, hosted by the Federal University of Santa Catarina (Brazil).

Due to the deadline extension, the Organizing Committee will communicate to authors by e-mail about the results of the submissions by 27 October 2021.

The selected articles will be invited to publish in the Latin American Journal of European Studies or in the Collection of the Workshop.  The top two articles will also receive an award of EUR 250 each.

For more information, access the public call:

 Call for papers – English

Call for papers - Spanish

Call for Paper - Portuguese


Observatory on European Studies _ A Convenção 189 da Organização Internacional do Trabalho e o trabalho decente doméstico – importância em época de pandemia da covid-19 e os estados membros ratificantes

Por Marco Antônio César Villatore, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina e Luiz Eduardo Gunther, Centro Universitário Curitiba.

O objetivo da OIT é o de proporcionar melhoria das condições de trabalho e das condições humanas, buscar igualdade de oportunidades, a proteção do trabalhador em suas relações com o trabalho, enfim, a cooperação entre os povos para promover o bem comum e a primazia do social em toda a planificação econômica e a finalidade social do desenvolvimento econômico, conforme já assinalamos[...]


Observatory on European Studies _ Migration and the future of the British population growth after Brexit

By Nicolás Paipa Pérez, Elisa Giraldo Ramírez e Walter Arévalo-Ramírez, Universidad del Rosario

Since the Withdrawal from the European Union effective the 31st of January 2020 the United Kingdom faces an unprecedented set of challenges related to the demographic tendencies of the State that are to be deepened by the disintegration process. The isles tendency to a lower fertility rate and ageing requires long term action that includes opening the doors to the inflow of different migration sources as it is the biggest source of population growth in the European country. In this way, for the UK will become even more important to incentivize migration from commonwealth countries and it would be especially beneficial to seek regulated mobility opportunities with regions such as Latin America in order to solve their demographical dilemma[....]