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Security, Borders and Criminal Justice Working Group

Coordinators: Francesca Palmiotto and Sarah Tas

The “Security, Borders and Criminal Justice” Working Group provides a platform for researchers who are interested in discussing issues related to the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice. This includes topics ranging from European criminal and procedural law, policing and judicial cooperation, data-sharing for law enforcement purposes, to security aspects of migration. The Working Group intends to organize events with internal researchers, external speaker and practitioners of the field. The ultimate aim is the creation of a network of experts in a field that is gaining increasing importance at the Institute.

The Group is grateful for the support of Prof. Deirdre Curtin.

Academic Year 2020-2021


  •  19 October 2020: Inaugural Lecture "AI, computational modelling and criminal proceedings" by Prof. Serena Quattrocolo (University of Eastern Piedmont). Discussant: Wanshu Cong (Max Weber Fellow at the EUI). Commentator: Athina Sachoulidou (Assistant Professor at NOVA School of Law).

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