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Meeting of the
European Young Scholars’ Embryo
Labour Law & Social Rights in Europe:
The Jurisprudence of the International Courts
Santiago de Compostela, Faculty of Law
4-5 June 2015
Universidade de Santiago de Compostela
AEDTSS – Asociación Española de Derecho del Trabajo y de la Seguridad Social
Under the auspices of
ISLSSL – International Society for Labour and Social Security Law
Stefano Bellomo, ISLSSL, Università degli Studi di Perugia; Jesús Cruz Villalón, AEDTSS, Universidad de Sevilla; Yolanda Maneiro Vázquez and José María Miranda Boto, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela.
This meeting of the European YS Embryo is the continuation of the session held in Dublin in September 2014. There, all the Young Scholars who attended it confirmed their gladness and satisfaction and their will to being involved in the future activities related to the European embryo and of the future ISLSSL Young Scholars’ Section. The same availability and willingness have been expressed by many scholars who attended and appreciated the contents of the meeting.
Implementing these intentions, the meeting in Santiago de Compostela will have two aims.
First of all, a scientific objective, the exam of the jurisprudence of supra-national courts, a meeting point for all the countries of the European area (Austria, Belgium, Belarus, Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey and United Kingdom). Thus, a common field for debate is easily found, as the same decisions from these Courts can have very different impacts on each country. The mechanics of the meeting are based on debate, following the successful model already implemented twice by the Spanish Young Scholars’ Section. Short dual presentation of 10 selected rulings will be followed by open, wide debate, free of the formalities of a Major Congress, and with a good deal of time to talk without restriction.
The second aim is an organizational aim. The World Congress in Cape Town, September 2015, will be the birthplace of the ISLSSL Young Scholars’ Section, joining young scholars from the entire World. The meeting in Santiago will be the occasion for brainstorming and sharing ideas for a possible European Regional subsection and further collaborations in the future.
Participation will be possible in this Meeting under two roles: discussant and attendant. The discussants, in couples, will expose the judgments to open the debate. Each National Association affiliated to the International Society of Labour and Social Security Law will propose one or two discussants, up to 20 participants; the nomination will be communicated to both firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com before the 10th March 2015. If this number is not reached, an open call for discussants will be made, and a number of grants will be distributed, according to a merit-based selection process managed by the ISLSSL, to fill the number of 20 discussants, coming from the indicated countries from the European area. In any case, no more than one discussant per country will be selected according to this second procedure. The choice of the rulings will be made though the YS website (http://www.euryoungscholars.unimi.it/) under the supervision of the ISLSSL, during the month of March.
As attendants, each National Association can appoint a wider number of representatives according to its own rules – no grant will be given to them by the ISLSSL. Furthermore, the attendance to the academic session and to the debate is open to each Young Scholar who is interested in studying the issues that will be examined and debated in the Seminar. Attendants are invited to engage in the debate following the exposition by the discussants. Of course, attendants from extra-European countries are welcomed to participate in the meeting.
Anyway, the organizers wish that the Seminar could represent an occasion for the National associations to establish and promote the activity of the respective national Young Scholars’ Sections.
The working language will be English and the dress code is casual.
120 Euros. The fees include academic materials, accommodation for two nights, one lunch, two dinners and social events.
The ISLSSL will give a grant of 50 Euros to each of the discussants, up to two per country, with a top expenditure of 1000 Euros.
Please, make a bank transfer to:
Banco Santander Central Hispano (BSCH)
SWIFT code: BSCHESMM
IBAN code: ES40 0049 2584 90 2214002210
(Bank Code: 0049, Counter Code: 2584, Account Number: 2214002210, Key: 90)
Bank Account Holder: Universidade de Santiago de Compostela-Congresos.
Address of the bank: Rúa Calderería 56/58, 15703, Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
Address of the bank account holder: Casa da Balconada, 15782, Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
In order to guarantee the university accommodation, the total amount of the registration and accommodation fees has to be paid before April 30, 2015. Please mention YSM-USC and the full name of the participant in the bank order. Payments must be made in Euros. Possible transfer fees are on the participant’s charge.
José María Miranda Boto
Facultad de Derecho, s/n
15782 Santiago de Compostela
Thursday, 4th June
16:00 Welcome speech
16:10 Presentations and debate
Each couple of discussants from two different countries will study one recent ruling of an international Court, as e.g. the ECJ or ECHR (10 chosen beforehand in collaboration with the organization), talk about it for 15 minutes and a general discussion will follow.
19:30 End of sessions
20:00 Social activities and dinner
Friday, 5th June
10:00 Presentations and debate
14:00 End of sessions – Lunch
16:00 Presentations and debate
18:00 Assembly of the European YS Embryo
19:30 End of sessions
20:00 Social activities
21:30 Pulpada (typical Galician dinner with octopus)