Current Research Projects
Un-Owned Personal Data Interoperable EU Borders and Transitioning Rights: The project investigates whether advanced technologies, inherent in interoperable information systems in the Area of Freedom Security and Justice (AFSJ), undermine the fundamental rights of third-country nationals, including asylum seekers.
The Academic Research Network on Agencification of EU Executive Governance (TARN): a research, information and agenda-setting network informing agency operation within the EU in a transnational setting, bringing together renowned and young academics and practitioners from various disciplines and policy areas, pooling knowledge on research and legal provisions, policy documents and information on the practical operation of EU agencies.
ReNEUAL: Research Network on EU Administrative Law, a project dedicated to addressing the potential and the substantial need for simplification of EU administrative law.
CharterClick! is a user-friendly tool for detection of violations falling within the scope of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights. Supported by the European Commission under the “Fundamental Rights and Citizenship” Programme, it envisages close cooperation between 7 highly qualified academic institutions, an institute specialised in legal informatics and a broad set of bodies representing victims of fundamental rights violations from 11 Member States.
The Centre for Judicial Cooperation (CJC): a project seeking to facilitate the establishment of a space of collaboration and exchange of knowledge between legal practitioners and academic community on a variety of topics. Through its activities and expertise, the Centre aims to provide an umbrella framework for the judicial cooperation and dialogue initiatives undertaken at the European University Institute.