These questions and approaches are addressed at XXVIII Conference of the Spanish Association of Professors of International Law and International Relations, this year entitled: "New world, new Europe. The redefinition of the European Union in the Brexit era”. The event takes place in Grenada, Spain, from 18 to 20 September 2019.
This meeting, co-organized by the Spanish Association of Professors of International Law and International Relations and the University of Granada and co-financed by the Jean Monnet EUGLOBAL Project (Globalizing the Union's Debate: Internal and External Leadership in an Era of Challenges), covers the following topics: the distinction between the public and private spheres in international and European society; the judicialisation of values in international and European society; the EU and the crisis of multilateralism; the redefinition of the judicial space and internal security in the Brexit era; internal Market and Economic Union in the Brexit era; the institutional impact of Brexit and the methodological redefinition of the European Union study; the redefinition of citizenship and its rights in the Brexit era; and the evolution of the international system in the Brexit era.
The Euro-Arab Foundation for Higher Studies (FUNDEA) represents the ARMOUR Project, including as part of the Conference’s poster exhibition.
More about the event can be found here: http://jornadasaepdiri2019.dipri.org