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Lunes 18 de septiembre de 2017, 16:30h

Curso: The Rule of Law and European integration.- Spasimir Domaradzki

Classroom number 123 – “Aulario” UPNA

SPASIMIR DOMARADZKI Spasimir Domaradzki.
Affiliated Scholar, Lazarski University in Warsaw Poland

Spasimir Domaradzki is currently a lecturer of politics and international relations at the Lazarski University Validated Studies Program in cooperation with Great Britain’s Coventry University in Warsaw, Poland. Dr. Domaradzki earned his MA and PhD at the Faculty of International Relations at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland. His scholarly interests include the relation between the state and the individual, the role of democracy in international relations as well as U.S., European and Polish foreign policies. Domaradzki has published a number of scholarly articles on the contemporary notion of human rights, American foreign policy, Polish foreign policy, historical policy in international relations, and the American political system. He was a Wilbur Fellow at the Russell Kirk Center and a fellow at the Dialogue Europe Center for Excellence of the St. Kliment Ohridski at Sofia University in Bulgaria. Dr. Domaradzki has delivered lectures and speeches in the United States, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Spain, Hungary, Bulgaria, Croatia, Italy and Ukraine.

Until October 2012, Dr. Domaradzki was associate professor at the Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University, where he served as a vice dean of the Faculty of International Relations and head of the Interfaculty Center for Human Rights. He was project manager for the EU-funded project Internationalization of the Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University. Dr. Domaradzki was also an organizer for Security and Cooperation in Europe, election observer in Ukraine, and a member of Team Europe Poland with the Representation of the European Commission in Poland.

The Rule of Law and European integration

Monday, September 18

16.30 – 19.30 hours

The Rule of Law as a corner stone of European integration – theoretical, philosophical and conceptual approaches

The rule of law as a cornerstone of European integration
The Council of Europe and the rule of law – from the Cold War to United Europe
Assigned readings: Mortimer Sellers, What is the Rule of Law and Why Is It So Important? [in:] eds. F. Goudappel, E. Hirsh Ballin, Democracy and the Rule of Law in the European Union, Springer 2016 pp.3-14

Tuesday, September 19

16.30 – 19.30 hours

The institutionalization of the rule of law as an European value – from the Venice Commission to the EU rule of law procedure

The evolving role of the rule of law as a post-Cold War guiding principle
The Venice Commission
The Copenhagen criteria
The Constitutional treaty and the European Charter of Fundamental Rights
The Lisbon Treaty
The Rule of Law procedure
Assigned readings: Hellena Raulus, The Growing Role of the Union in the Protection of the Rule of Law [in:] eds. F. Goudappel, E. Hirsh Ballin, Democracy and the Rule of Law in the European Union, Springer 2016 pp.25-37

Wednesday, September 20

16.30 – 18.30 hours

The Rule of Law and the EU member states – Austria, Bulgaria, Romania, France, Hungary and Poland and the alternative approaches towards the rule of law

Heider’s Austria
Bulgaria, Romania and the Mechanism of Verification and Cooperation
France’s Roma problem
The Orban governments in Hungary and the EU response
The Polish-EU relations and the rule of law procedure
Assigned readings: Alex Szczerbiak, Is Poland’s Constitutional Tribunal Crisis Over? Available online: https://polishpoliticsblog.wordpress.com/2017/01/16/is-polands-constitutional-tribunal-crisis-over/

 

Organiza: Alejandro Torres Gutiérrez. Catedrático de Universidad. Departamento de Derecho Público. Universidad Pública de Navarra. 

Colabora: Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales

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Acceso gratuito. Dado el aforo limitado, la organización aceptará las inscripciones en el orden en que se reciban las solicitudes.
 



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