On May 18 and 19, as part of the TEMPUS project “Development of the Master’s Program in European and International Law in Eastern Europe – InterEULawEast” and under the auspices of the European Week in Central Russia, Voronezh State University, our foreign colleagues held several guest lectures for bachelor students on urgent problems of modern international and European law, comparative law at the Faculty of Law of the VSU.
Doctor of Law, Associate Professor of the Department of International and European Law of the Kazan Federal University R.Sh. Davletgildeev, Head of the Chair of the European Union and Comparative Law of the National University “Odessa Law Academy” (Ukraine), Professor H.N. Behrouz, Professor of the University of Seville (Spain) Adam performed their lectures in from of our students.
During the excursion to the building of the Faculty of Law, foreign guests visited the library and the Tempus Center for European and International Law.
In conclusion of the event, the foreign delegation held a meeting with the Dean of the Faculty of Law, Professor Yu.N. Starilov.Dean of the Faculty of Law, Professor Yu.N. Starilov.
A.I. Abdullin, the professor of the Kazan Federal University, and assistant I.R. Asatullin held a number of events at the Faculty of Law of Voronezh State University and its Center of European and International Law on 30 and 31 March of 2017 during the realization of the Tempus InterEULawEast project.
Professor A.I. Abdullin gave two lectures on discipline “Actual problems of international law”, and also held a meeting with the Dean of the Faculty of Law
Yu.N. Starilov, various aspects of cooperation between Voronezh and Kazan law schools were discussed.
Assistant I.R. Asatullin held workshops to undergraduates of the program “International and European Law” on the following topics: “The Law of International Treaties”, “The Relationship between International and National Law”, “Territories in International Law”.
Representatives of KSU also visited the Center for International Projects and Programs of the VSU, where they discussed further cooperation on grants with the Director of the Center A.V. Akulshina.
The project meeting for the representatives of consortium members will be held in Maribor, Slovenia on April 21, 2017 at University of Maribor, Faculty of Law. The meeting will take place at 10:00 AM.
On December 6-9, 2016, in the framework of Tempus Project 544117-TEMPUS-1-2013-1-HR-TEMPUS-JPCR InterEULawEast at the Economic Faculty of V. Stus Donetsk National University NU OLA lecturers gave several guest lectures to local staff and students.
NU “OLA” was represented by Head of the Programme “Master in European and International Law”, Professor of International law and International Relations Department, Pashkovsky N. I.; Associate Professor of History of State and Law Department, M. Katsyn and Associate Professor of International Law and International Relations Department, D. Dvornichenko. Their lectures covered wide range of topics in international law, EU law and European diplomacy. For more details see official webpages of the event:
On 6 December 2016 Zagreb Tempus team and Voronezh Tempus team took part in the international information and methodological seminar “Capacity building in the field of Higher Education” in the framework of Erasmus Plus programme.
The seminar took part at Bauman Technical University, Moscow, Russia, and was organised by National Erasmus Plus Office Russia. The seminar gathered Mr. Michel de Martino, Officer for Economic Affairs in the EU Delegation in Russia, Mr. José Aurelio Llaneza Villanueva, Attache, Embassy of Spain in Russia, Mrs Olga Oleynikova, Head of the National Erasmus+ Office in Russia as well as representatives of several Russian academic institutions.
The seminar was a chance for group work, presentation of achieved results of ongoing EU funded projects and venue for discussion on state of play of current projects. The seminar was a perfect venue for individual consultation meetings on prospects of future collaboration between EU and Russian universities in EU funded projects. NEO Russia and Bauman Technical University also organised workshop on developing Logical Framework Matrix, important component of every project proposal.
On behalf of the Tempus consortium Prof Horak presented the achievements of InterEULawEast Project, from the outset until the recent outputs – EU law textbook. In addition to afore-mentioned, Zagreb team presented and promoted the InterEULawEast Journal and our new EU funded European Documentation Centre – potential platform for collaboration between Russian and Croatian university libraries. Presentation was followed by several questions, mostly concerning our experience in dissemination of Project results. We are particulary proud that our Project received several compliments by Mrs Oleynikova and the attendees. This encourages us to be even better – and to apply for the new 2017 call for proposals!
On 21st October 2016 Zagreb Tempus team visited National University Odessa Law Academy and took part in the International Scientific and Practical Conference: Contemporary Legal Education – Experience of the Past and a View for the Future. Professor Horak and Assistant Poljanec held lecture on „Law Schools in the 21st Century – the Role, Perspectives and Challenges“. The aim of the presentation was to show and discuss new tendencies in the legal education – innovation, interdisciplinarity, orientation towards students, importance of student and staff exchanges as well as importance of dialogue among academia and practice.
In the Tempus Centre Professor Horak also held master class for NU OLA students on Croatian experiences in the EU negotation process. Staying at NU OLA was a chance to disseminate Project’s results among local academic community. Thus, Prof. Horak gave interviews for local TV station and she was also a guest in a TV show at Tertiy channel.
Mrs Željka Pitner, expert associate in the International Relations Office of the University of Zagreb, held lecture on new possibilities of exchange within Erasmus Plus projects. Professor Horak and Mrs Pitner also took part in several meetings concerning future possibilities of academic cooperation among NU OLA and UNIZG. This conference was an opportunity to show results of Tempus project 544117 and its contribution to the modernisation of legal education in PCs as well as an opportunity to discuss future forms of sustainable cooperation among two universities.
5-7 July 2016 the Voronezh State University hosted an international scientific conference “European identity and political challenges: old сoncept, new vision». It served for a discussion on the phenomenon of large European identity by experts from major Universities and research institutions of the EU.
The Conference gathered leading experts in the field of European studies, international relations, political science, international law, sociology and history of the largest universities and research EU institutions: Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium), University of Birmingham (UK), University of Seville (Spain), the Institute of Political Science, Bordeaux (France), University of Budapest (Hungary), National University “Odessa law Academy” (Odessa, Ukraine), National Institute of economic research of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova, etc.
The conference was attended by leading Russian scientists from almost all regions of Russia – from Tomsk to Kaliningrad and from St. Petersburg to Simferopol.
During the conference Associate Professor of the Voronezh State University Dmitriy Galushko on behalf of the InterEuLawEast Consortium made a presentation about our Tempus Project, its aims, actions, results and outputs. A newly prepared textbook on EU law attracted particular attention of the participants of the Conference.
The Final International Conference was organized to guarantee high potential and disseminate the project deliverables at institutional, national and international level. Researchers from co-beneficiary institutions gathered at Faculty of Law, University of Maribor, Slovenia to share and exchange their achievements made within InterEULawEast Tempus Project as contribution to the Bologna process.
Professors Hana Horak, Pavel Biriukov and Viacheslav Tuliakov introduced the public to several academic deliverables prepared within the Project: the Glossary of Legal Terminology, Textbook: Law of the European Union and Didactical Manuals.
The idea of the Conference was to discuss the outcomes of the Project and how the Project has contributed to the HEA and implementation of the Best Bologna standards in terms of raising awareness of EU law in PCs, introducing best teaching practices, new academic journal, promoting student mobility and international academic cooperation, citation rules etc.
Once again the Conference was great opportunity for enhancing academic mobility and dissemination of knowledge in order to reach the goals of the project. Special thanks go to our Russian and Ukrainian partners for their great efforts in preparing project outputs which will serve as solid basis for further, enhanced studies in EU law at co-beneficiaries.
During conference days two important tasks were achieved. Faculty of Law, University of Maribor and Donetsk National University (Vinnitsa) signed memorandum of Understanding. The conference days were also an opportunity for preparation of new memorandum of understanding between Faculty of Law, University of Maribor and National University Odessa Law Academy. It is expected that the procedure will last until autumn.
Together with the Conference, the consortium held 6th Project Coordination Meeting. Project consortium discussed several important topics: sustainability of the Journal, audit procedure and forms of future cooperation. Minutes from the meeting will be published here.
Thank You once more for making this Conference comes true!
Conference presentations are available here.
We are pleased to invite You to the Final Conference within the series of conferences “Legal Reform and EU Enlargement – Transfer of Experience” under the Tempus IV Project InterEULawEast, which will take place on 4-5th July, 2016 at Faculty of Law, University of Maribor, Republic of Slovenia, EU.
The working title of the Conference is “The achievements of the InterEULawEast Tempus Project as Contribution to the European High Education Area and Implementation of the Best Bologna Standards”.
The idea of the Conference is to discuss the outcomes of our Project and how the Project has contributed to the HEA and implementation of the Best Bologna standards in terms of raising awareness of EU law in PCs, introducing the best teaching practices, new academic journal, promoting student mobility and international academic cooperation, citing rules etc.
Staff members should also prepare presentations on the relevant Project outcomes that their co-beneficiary institutions have prepared – the joint textbook in EU law, Didactical Manual, Legal Terminology , the Glossary etc.
Beside the Conference, the consortium will held the last 6th Project Coordination Meeting. The agenda will be available soon.
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We are looking forward to Your attendance and valuable contributions!
On 25th March 2016 on behalf of the Tempus Project InterEULawEast Assistant Kristijan Poljanec (FEBUNIZG) took part in the Roundtable „Analytical Centres in Foreign Policies“, LLP – Jean Monnet Programme, KA1, „European Traditions in Russian Education System: Foundation for Talent Mobility/ETRMO, People’s Friendship University of Russia, Moscow. Together with two Hungarian colleagues from Western University of Hungary – Dr. Tamas Czegledy and Erszebet Nedelka and Latvian colleague from Riga International School of Economics and Business Administration – Dr. Tatiana Vasilieva – Tempus representative had a chance to meet colleagues from PFUR and introduce them to achievements of InterEULawEast Project as well as to get familiar with their experiences in implementing EU funded projects. Russian hosts showed great interest in our Project, in particular in scholarship mechanism.