Roadmap to European effective justice (RE-Jus)

Judicial training ensuring effective redress to fundamental rights violations
4 novembre 2016
5 novembre 2016
4 - 5 novembre 2016

Launch of the Judicial Training Project

Co-funded by the Justice Programme of the European Union


Friday, 4 November 2016

 14.15 Registration
 14.30 Welcome address by Paolo Collini (Rector of the University of Trento)

Fabrizio Cafaggi (University of Trento – SNA, Project Coordinator) – Paola Iamiceli (University of Trento)

Presentation of the RE-Jus Project

Round table (I) 

Access to effective justice and protection of personal data

With the participation of: Martina Flamini (District  of Milan) - Antonino Alì (University of Trento)

 16.30  Coffee Break
General principles of EU law and development of judicial remedies: the interaction between European and domestic courts in the area of consumer law
  • The Netherlands (Chantal MakAnna van Duin, University of Amsterdam)
  • Poland (Mateusz Grochowski, INP-PAN)
  • Italy (Francesco Paolo Patti – Bocconi University; Paola Iamiceli – University of Trento) 
  • Hungary and Romania (Monika Jozon - Sapientia-Hungarian University of Transylvania, Romania)
 18.30  Kick-off meeting
 19.00  Dinner

Saturday, November 5, 2016


Sandrine Clavel (University of Versailles – St. Quintin, Paris)

Access to Justice and Transnational Violations of Fundamental Rights: Selected Issues

Round table (II) 

Access to effective justice and rights of migrants

With the participation of: Roberto Toniatti (University of Trento); Davide Strazzari (University of Trento)

 10.30  Coffee Break

Round table (III)

Access to effective justice and consumers’ rights

With the participation of: Herman van Harten (judge of The Hague); Luisa Antoniolli (University of Trento)

 11.45  Final discussion
 13.00  End of the Seminar


Scientific Coordinator
Fabrizio Cafaggi, University of Trento

Department of Economics and Management, via Inama 5 - Seminar Room (third floor)



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