The International Conference European Union's History, Culture and Citizenship 10th Edition
Proceedings of the International Conference "European Union's History, Culture and Citizenship" Pitesti, 12-13 May 2017
814 Pages Posted: 6 Oct 2017
Date Written: May 12, 2017
The International Conference European Union’s History, Culture and Citizenship was founded in 2008 and it is dedicated to the academic teachers and researchers, lawyers, magistrates, Ph.D. students and post-doctoral researchers into legal and administrative sciences and their auxiliary sciences, from Romania and abroad. Subjects for submission include the following main areas, but are not limited to them: Public Law, Private Law, Protection of human rights and protection against discrimination, European Union law, Forensics and Criminology, Legal Sociology, History of law, juridical philosophy. The journal promotes the original researches that contributes to the knowledge progress and are motivated by the necessity of studying the theory and practice in the mentioned areas.
Also, the journal aims to create a forum for disciplinary and interdisciplinary debates and to become a standard in the national and international juridical and administrative research.
Note: Among the collaborators, we have to mention European specialists in legal and administrative sciences who, at the beginning, have published studies and articles of interest in the field, some of them becoming, then, members of the editorial board.
For example: Professor Ph.D. Dr.h.c. Rainer ARNOLD - Universität Regensburg, Deutschland/Germany, Professor Ph.D. Cristina Hermida DELLANO - Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spania, Professor Ph.D. Maria ORLOV Alecu Russo State University of Bălți, Republic of Moldova, and many others.
Keywords: European Union; The Refugee Crises; Guardians of Constitutional Identity; Proportionality; Freedom of Thinking; UN Convention for Children's Rights; Inheritance Rights; Interest of the Child, Independence of Judges; Co-Determination of Workplace; Interception; Subsidiarity
JEL Classification: K00
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