Les Apéros du droit européen: "National Differences in Detention Conditions as an Obstacle to Mutual Recognition?"

Date: 21-02-2019

Location: Institute for European Studies (IEE/ULB) - Brussels

Languages: English

Fees: € 0

Organiser: Center for European Law (ULB), Law Faculty (ULB), Institute for European Studies (IEE)

Partnership: University of Cambridge, Philippe Wiener - Maurice Anspach Foundation

Website: https://cde.ulb.be/event/les-aperos-du-droit-europeen-national-differences-in-dentention-conditions-as-an-obstacle-to-mutual-recognition/

A new edition of the "Apéros du droit" will take place on 21 February 2019 at the Institute for European Studies (IEE) in Brussels. The subject of this conference is the following: 'National Differences in Dentention Conditons as an obstacle to mutual recognition?’.
Prof. Anne Weyembergh (IEE-ULB) and Elodie Sellier (PhD researcher, IEE-ULB) will discuss on the Report they wrote for the LIBE Committee of the European Parliament about "Criminal procedural laws accross the European Union - A comparative analysis of selected main differences and the impact they have over the development of EU legislation". Their interventions will be commented by Kasper van Der Schaft (Office of the Public Prosecutor at the Amsterdam International Centre for Mutual legal Assistance) and Prof. Nick Padfield (University of Cambridge).

Please send an email to register. You will find further information on the website of the Center for European Law.