In cooperation with the Legal Clinic of the University of Roma Tre, the project “Oruka – Beyond the border” organized the self-training event for researchers, experts and legal practitioners “The new Frontex regulation and the agency’s extended powers: possible perspectives for strategic litigation”.
The aim of the workshop was to facilitate a debate on the new Frontex Regulation, which radically redesigns the agency in terms of its legal nature, organisational structure, budget and means, thus making Frontex a key player in the future migration and asylum policies of the European Union.
Highly qualified international experts have shared knowledge, experience and legal opinions, also with a view to possible future strategic litigations before national, European and international courts.
Frontex accountability concerning activities held outside the European territory
Marie Martin – Migreurope
Member states and the Eu responsibility for illicit acts committed by Frontex
Loïca Lambert – Progress Lawyers Network
Frontex cooperation arrangements with Third Countries: an overview of existing agreements in the perspective of accountability
Luisa Marin – Università di Padova
Exceptions to the rules; the processing of personal data in the context of expulsion
Jane Kilpatrick – Statewatch