Carmona Movement for the Feminization of Private Law at the University of Deusto

On September 19th and 20th 2019, a new edition of the Carmona Movement for the Feminization of Private Law was held at the University of Deusto. This movement was born in 2009, promoted by several professors of Civil Law in the city of Carmona.

During these sessions, different topics were addressed, such as the evolution of the legal system itself, applying criteria of transversality; leadership, employment and innovation in the economy from an increasingly complex perspective; and, finally, international and European Union strategies to promote equality and the fight against discrimination, gender violence, harassment and victim protection.

This congress is hosted by the University’s Faculty of Law, the EDISPe Research Team (Social Development, Economy and Social Innovation for People) whose main researcher is Professor and researcher Aitziber Mugarra, and the Jean Monnet de Deusto Chair directed by Professor Laura Gómez. 

The ex-Eurodeputy Paquita Sauquillo shares her vision about the social challenges in Europe

Paquita Sauquillo, lawyer, President of the NGO ‘’Movimiento por la Paz, el desarme y la libertad1’’, ex-senator and ex-Eurodeputy, has been invited by the Chair Jean Monnet EUCLIPE on May 21st. This event has been sponsored by EP to campus program of European Parliament Former Members Association.

Through her visit, she has shared her point of view over the 4 Challenges of the Social Europe. She has commented her worries about migration, climate change and unemployment, starting since the achievements of Europe, being the only continent in which the welfare state it is present, promoting citizenship and solidarity.

Sauquillo expressed the need of proactivity in order to make us responsible for the future of Europe, making special attention to the anti-European movements and the next European elections.

During the days, Paquita Sauquillo has participated in a colloquium with professors of the Law Department and a lunch colloquium some students of the Deusto University’s dormitory.

 

1 Movement for Peace, disarmament and freedom.

 

‘’Solidarity in Europe which protects and saves lifes’’ – Christos Stylianides at Deusto University

Christos Stylianides, commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis management, has participates in discussion called ‘’Solidarity in Europe which protects and saves lifes’’ in Deusto University; in which students, professors and the audience could ask him questions about different topics such as the Refugee crisis and the response of the EU to the Africa’s crisis

During the session, the commissioner explained the significant importance of young European citizens participation in the European elections as they have to be who decide the future of Europe.

Students of Loiola Legal Association work with the European guide ¿How to write clearly?

Many people see themselves undefended against administrative and law documents. Against this problem the European Unión has edited in the guide ‘’Cómo escribir con claridad’’ as they believe in that documents which are clear is more effective and it is better understood. That it is known as plain language.

Following that spirit, Clínica Jurídica Loiola1 has developed a lecturer featuring the organization ‘’Lectura Fácil Euskadi Irakurteka Erreza2, to improve the legibility and the comprehension of the documents we write.

The workshop has been given on February the 14th to the students of the Law Faculty of Deusto University

1 Loiola Legal Association            2 Eassy Reading for Basque Country

Semminar on the European asylum system

The June eleventh, Joana Abrisketa, member of the Euclipe Jean Monnet Chair, organized a seminary which focused on the European system of asylum within the frame of the project EURASYLUM, financed by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness of Spain.  In this seminary, many experts had come from many parts of Spain such as Deusto University, Carlos III University, Pompeu Frabra University and Pontifical Comillas University.

In this event, the main lines of the project were introduced taking into the failure of the last project, SECA, and the parallel policies of the externalization of migratory control. Among the final goals of the project there are included the analysis of the international tendency and their connexions with the European Union policies of the asylum, to value the deficiencies of SECA and its reform and evaluate the tools used.