Latin American Journal of European Studies

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Vol. 3 No. 2 (2023): Latin American Journal of European Studies

Published: 2023-07-12

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 sixth edition of the Journal also has a thematic dossier on ‚ÄúRegional Data Protection Policy and Artificial Intelligence‚ÄĚ, organized by Naiara Posenato of the Universit√† degli Studi di Milano, (Italy). The sixth edition of the Journal is open for submissions until November 1st, 2023.

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Observatory on European Studies

2023-12-04

LAUNCH BUTTON: the Jean Monnet Policy Debate "BRIDGE WATCH: Values and Democracy in the EU and Latin America" begins today!

 

Today the new Jean Monnet project's activities officially begin! The main goal of the BRIDGE WATCH, which is funded by the ‚ÄúJean Monnet Policy Debate: Foreign Policy Issues of the Erasmus+ Programme‚ÄĚ, remains to build bridges of dialogue and exchange of best practices with focus on civil society, stakeholders, policymakers and scientific researchers.

The grant of a new Erasmus + project is a recognition of the quality of the work that has been developed over the last years under the BRIDGE Project and marks the beginning of a new era for the BRIDGE Consortium!

This new format counts with fourteen institutional partners, six from the original BRIDGE Project, Federal University of Santa Catarina (Brazil), University of Lisbon (Portugal), University of Sevilla (Spain), University of Milan (Italy), National Autonomous University of Mexico (Mexico), and University of Rosario (Colombia); and other eigh joining the new BRIDGE WATCH, which are Pontifical University of Salamanca (Spain), National University of Trujillo (Peru), Central University of Ecuador (Ecuador), Major University of San Andrés (Bolivia), National University of Asuncion (Paraguay), Republic University (Uruguay), University of Chile (Chile) and University of Salvador (Argentina).

Furthermore, we are pleased to announce that the "BRIDGE WATCH: Values and Democracy in the EU and Latin America" is under the coordination of Professor Nuno Cunha Rodrigues, from University of Lisbon and Professor Aline Beltrame de Moura, from Federal University of Santa Catarina, who currently coordinated the BRIDGE Project. This project will last for at least 36 months and has funding of almost 1.200.000,00 euros from the Erasmus+ Program.

 

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2023-11-28

Observatory on European Studies - La ciudadanía europea como impulsora de la unificación normativa en derecho internacional privado

Por Beatriz Campuzano Díaz, Universidad de Sevilla

En la Uni√≥n Europea se ha desarrollado una ingente labor unificadora de las normas de Derecho internacional privado, como parte de un ‚ÄúEspacio Europeo de Libertad, Seguridad y Justicia‚ÄĚ. La cooperaci√≥n judicial civil, que es como se alude en el TFUE a las materias que conforman el contenido del Derecho internacional privado, recibi√≥ un impulso definitivo con el Tratado de √Āmsterdam, que se consolid√≥ despu√©s con el Tratado de Lisboa (actualmente, art. 81 TFUE). Han sido muchos los Reglamentos aprobados, con normas que regulan la competencia judicial internacional, la ley aplicable y la eficacia extraterritorial de resoluciones, en materias diversas. Por ofrecer algunos ejemplos, se puede mencionar, en el √°mbito civil y comercial, el Reglamento (UE) 1215/2012 del Parlamento Europeo y del Consejo, de 12 de diciembre de 2012, relativo a la competencia judicial, el reconocimiento y la ejecuci√≥n de resoluciones judiciales en materia civil y mercantil; en materia de derecho de familia, el Reglamento (UE) 2019/1111 del Consejo, de 25 de junio de 2019, relativo a la competencia, el reconocimiento y la ejecuci√≥n de resoluciones en materia matrimonial y de responsabilidad parental, y sobre la sustracci√≥n internacional de menores (versi√≥n refundida); y por lo que se refiere a las sucesiones, el Reglamento (UE) n.¬ļ¬†650/2012 del Parlamento Europeo y del Consejo, de 4 de julio de 2012, relativo a la competencia, la ley aplicable, el reconocimiento y la ejecuci√≥n de las resoluciones, a la aceptaci√≥n y la ejecuci√≥n de los documentos p√ļblicos en materia de sucesiones mortis causa y a la creaci√≥n de un certificado sucesorio europeo. Pero, insistimos, se trata s√≥lo de algunos ejemplos de un elenco normativo mucho m√°s amplio.[...]

2023-11-27

Call for Papers: VII Workshop Jean Monnet Network - BRIDGE WATCH in Florianópolis

The first Workshop of the new Jean Monnet Network ‚Äď 'BRIDGE WATCH Values and Democracy in the EU and Latin America,' a Policy Debate project, co-funded by the Erasmus+ Program of the European Union, will take place in Florian√≥polis, Brazil, in March 2024.

In this regard, BRIDGE WATCH and the Latin American Center of European Studies invite the academic community to submit scientific papers to the VII Jean Monnet Network Workshop on ‚ÄúRule of Law in Latin America and Europe‚ÄĚ, which will be held in hybrid format on March 27th 2024, hosted by Universidade of Santa Catarina, Brazil.¬†

The best selected articles will be invited to publish in the Latin American Journal of European Studies.

Those who are interested must submit the article by March, 04th 2024 to the email: network@eurolatinstudies.com.

Call for papers ‚Äď English

Call for papers ‚Äď Spanish

Call for Paper - Portuguese

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