TARN launches a call for papers on ‘Information Sharing and European Agencies: Novel Frontiers’. A workshop will be held on 23 May 2018 in Florence, at the EUI.

The purpose of the one-day doctoral and post-doctoral workshop will be to debate the role and constitutional challenges of information-sharing in EU governance. It aims to bring together early career researchers who examine information exchange from a variety of interdisciplinary, empirical, theoretical, doctrinal, and cross-sectoral perspectives. Papers on information sharing looking at the architecture of the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice as well as financial regulation in connection with data protection reforms are particularly welcome. The workshop will be followed by an expert conference and a keynote lecture by the European Ombudsman.

Doctoral and post-doctoral researchers are invited to send an abstract of no more than 400 words on any of these topics. The abstracts should be sent, together with a short bio, to Janneke.VanCasteren@EUI.eu by 15 February 2018. Accepted papers will be due for submission by 12 May 2018, and will be considered for a planned special journal issue later in 2018.

The full announcement can be found here


Call for papers: workshop at EUI on 23 May 2018