CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
The PreCrim project (Preventing Crime Respecting Fundamental Rights) focuses on the potentialities and risks of measures meant to prevent crime. Freezing and confiscation orders may be successfully applied even before criminal liability is assessed, with some possible flaw with regard to fundamental rights. The workshop aims to boost the debate, in particular, among junior academics, with the goal to summarise the most relevant issues, both in the EU and domestic regulations.
Young scholars (post-doc, PhD students, junior scholars) are invited to submit their proposals for presentations, based mainly on the following topics:
- Features of current national regulations
- European scenario (EU legislation; harmonisation, effects of implementation and flaws; ECHR and CJEU case-law)
- Amendments, under discussion, of both domestic and EU legislation
- Comparative approach to local applications of Reg. 2018/1805/EU and implementations of dir. 2014/42/EU and other relevant EU measures.
Applicants are invited to submit an abstract (300 words max) of the topic. Eight abstracts will be selected by a committee of experts, for the presentation during the workshop. The language of the workshop is English. Applicants are requested to submit, along with the abstract, a complete c.v. and a list of publications (if applicable).
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: 30TH NOVEMBER 2021