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Social mediation: a (proposed) educational pathway

By , on November 1, 2017

I conflitti, che avvengono dalle guerre alle più piccole controversie nei tribunali civili, divengono sempre più ampi e frequenti. Ogni conflitto, se violento, si carica di una possibile continuazione e moltiplicazione del conflitto. Di conseguenza, aumenta anche la volontà di affrontare i conflitti, di risolverli, di ridurre i loro effetti negativi per neutralizzarne le cause.
Or bene se da un lato bisogna sviluppare la “cultura della mediazione” dall’altro è opportuno dare spazio ad una formazione particolare e “mirata” dei mediatori. Possiamo dire che, insieme con le “informazioni” (cioè la diffusione della “cultura” della mediazione) c’è la necessità della “formazione”, in…

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The ‘judicialization’ of emergency: the case of the Eurozone Crisis

By on October 20, 2017

The paper deals with the role played by the judiciary during the Eurozone crisis, comparing the attitudes of national supreme courts (in Portugal, Italy, Greece, Latvia and Romania) and the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in judging austerity measures adopted under emergency circumstances. While at national level supreme courts have played a key role in fundamental rights protection, trying to safeguard the constitutional order’s core values in moments of extraordinary circumstances, the latter – until the Ledra Advertising case – avoided judging the legitimacy of the bailout measures, which therefore represents a sort of black hole…

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European political parties and European public space from the Maastricht Treaty to the Reg. No. 1141/2014

By on October 18, 2017

The article, using a historical perspective, analyses the role and the functions of European political parties. Focusing on the different nature of national political parties and European political parties, the article describes the attempts to regulate political parties at the European level as a tool to enhance European democracy and to shape a European public sphere. In this perspective, the emerging role of political parties at the European level is analysed from the first election of the European Parliament, through the Tsatsos’s Report. Subsequently, the Treaty of Nice and Regulation 2004/2003 are considered. Furthermore, the article focuses on the…

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Andrea Buratti, Giuseppe Martinico, Oreste Pollicino, Giorgio Repetto, Raffaele Torino