When: Thursday, September 28, 2023, 3:00 PM - 2:00 PMWhere: Online or Universitat de Barcelona, Facultat de Dret, Saló de Graus, Edifici principal, Avinguda Diagonal, 684, Barcelona
Please note, the above times are Central European Time.
The (B)OrderS Centre of Queen Mary University of London, in collaboration with the Observatori de Dret Públic (IDP) de la Universitat de Barcelona, the DIDUE (Research Group in International and EU Law), and members of the European Parliament invite you to the Final Conference of the SHARED Project.
The aim is to debate and disseminate the results of the study of ‘shared responsibility’ as applied to joint interventions by Frontex (the European Border and Coast Guard Agency), the EU Member States, as well as the third countries and private entities with which they collaborate, in the implementation of bo
The conference, convened by the SHARED Project team, Professor Violeta Moreno-Lax (PI), Dr Mirentxu Jordana (Girona) and Ms Laura Salzano (Barcelona), will feature keynote addresses by MEP, Professor Tineke Strik (Greens), and MEP, Professor Juan Fernando López Aguilar (S&D, Chair of the LIBE Committee), as well as contributions by key organisations, including Frontex, the EU Fundamental Rights Agency, the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS), Proactiva Open Arms, alongside young researchers and leading academics from all over Europe.
The joint Guidelines on Shared Responsibility in the Context of Integrated Border Management, resulting from the collaboration of project partners and key stakeholders in the field will be presented and discussed at a closing roundtable. For full details, consult the conference programme.
Founded in 2022, the (B)Orders Centre focuses on the study of bordering, ordering and othering processes through law. It constitutes an excellence hub for intellectual collaboration and the evaluation of the role of law in the making and unmaking of borders and their impact on global (im)mobility. It connects scholars within and beyond Queen Mary Law School to harness existing inter- and multi-disciplinary research into law, borders and (im)mobility and shape future policy and research agendas in response to global challenges.