The Maastricht Centre for European Law at the University of Maastricht would like to invite you to the 2nd Jean Monnet NOVA-EU webinar “Migration and EU Borders” which will take place on 3-4 December.  Migration, asylum, and external border control have emerged as key challenges for the European Union’s governance structure, regulatory framework, and identity. Politically salient, these policy areas have produced a wealth of CJEU case law on issues ranging from competence delimitation to fundamental rights protection. Their implementation modes have known great shifts, leading to the emergence of joint patterns of policy implementation, indicative of an integrated European administration. External factors, such as civil war raging in Syria or the COVID-19 pandemic, have led to emergency policy changes that affect key elements of the EU integration project, such as freedom of movement.  Against this backdrop, this 2-day workshop assesses the evolution of the asylum, migration, and external border control policies, including relevant EU legislation, the impact of constitutional principles, the role of courts and judicial dialogue, and shifting implementation patterns.
You can find more information on the programme of the webinar and registration here: https://www.maastrichtuniversity.nl/events/workshop-jean-monnet-nova-eu-migration-eu-borders-webinar​