CALL FOR APPLICATIONS TO THE 2020 EULAB SUMMER SCHOOL ON LABOUR MIGRATION IN THE EUROPEAN UNION
EULab is a Summer School on Labour Migration in the European Union held at the Department of Law of the University of Naples Federico II. It is open to up to 30 postgraduate students in the fields of Law, International Relations and Social Science who intend to deepen their knowledge on labour migration to Europe from the specific lens of international and EU law.
EULab promotes an interdisciplinary approach to labour migration issues, also thanks to the close cooperation with Institute for Research on Innovation and Services for Development of the National Research Council of Italy (CNR-IRISS).
Tuition in the context of the Summer School will combine strictly legal perspectives with the insights of practitioners from non-legal areas, and the highly interactive settings of daily workshops will nurture debates among students from different fields. The first edition of EULab will take place at the Department of Law of University of Naples Federico II from 7 to 16 July 2020.
EULab 2020 Teaching Activities Participants will be involved in an eight-day course and more than forty teaching hours covering 4 modules:
The European Pillar of Social Rights
Migrant Workers’ Socio-Economic Rights
Focus: Domestic work
Each day, lectures will be delivered by distinguished scholars, while practitioners, policy makers and stakeholders will contribute to debates and discussions on practical case studies during seminars and workshops.
Participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the multilevel legal framework governing labour migration in the European Union, combined with a deeper knowledge of the areas of agriculture and domestic work. Students will become aware of the gaps between, on the one hand, socio-economic rights recognized to migrant workers under international and EU law and, on the other hand, their actual enforcement in the everyday reality.
Who can apply?
Postgraduate students in the fields of Law, International Relations and Social Science interested in deepening their knowledge on labour migration to Europe from the specific lens of international and EU law.
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