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EU asylum and migration frameworks, systems and policy: multi-scalar responsibility and implementation

April 5, Faculty of political Science and Sociology

Eu talk by Colleen Boland


Let's celebrate Europe Day! Thursday, May 6

We invite you to the Conference that we have organized for students of 3rd and 4th of ESO and of 1st of Batxillerat with the aim of explaining the organization of the EU to students.

Date: Thursday, May 6, 2021
Hours: 10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
The activity will be carried out with the Teams application.

Conference - The Elaboration of the Europe-Aid Policy, 18 February 15PM

Virtual Meeting with the European Commission's Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development.

Thursday 18 February at 15 PM.

Dirigida a estudiantes de: Master in European Integration & Master in Political Science.

Last Publications

Unveiling Inconsistency: Consensus and Contestation along the Council–Comitology Cycle of EU Policy-Making

Ana Mar Fernández Pasarín, Nuria Font (2021). Journal of Common Market Studies 


Comitology: the strength of dissent

Fernández Pasarín, Ana Mar, Dehousse, Renaud & Joan Pere Plaza (2020) Spain: 'Comitology: the strength of dissent', Journal of European Integration. DOI: 10.1080/07036337.2020.1740697

Spain: Pragmatic Europeanism or the End of Unconditional Support for European Integration

The Member States of the European Union.
Third Edition. Edited by Simon Bulmer and Christian Lequesne. Contributor: Ana Mar Fernández Pasarín

Política de la UE. Crisis y continuidad

Fernández Pasarín, A. (2019) ‘El ELSJ: La política consular europea o la proyección externa de un sistema de gobernanza multimodal’ in Ares, C. & Bouza, L. (eds) Política de la UE. Crisis y continuidad (Madrid: CIS): 419-436.

Journal of European Public Policy

Dehousse, R., Fernández Pasarín, A., Plaza, J. (2014) ‘How Consensual is Comitology’, Journal of European Public Policy, Vol.21, Nº6, 842-59. DOI: 10.1080/ 13501763.2014.910819.

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In times of crisis and uncertainty about the future of Europe, developing teaching and research on the EU as well as transferring knowledge to students, political elites and civil society on the central role played by the EU as a provider of public policies appear to be crucial.  The main objective of this Jean Monnet Chair in European Policies consists of addressing EU contemporary challenges through the demonstration of its added value as a unique political organization.

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