On 25 November 2018, the European Council ratified the Agreement on the Exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union. However, in January 2019, the British Parliament rejected the ratification of this agreement by a resounding majority. Will the UK leave the EU unilaterally, will it do so with agreement, will it reverse its decision to withdraw? Regardless of this uncertain scenario, the issue of Brexit and the withdrawal agreement affect the major challenges facing the European Union.

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