Mobility & Equality in the EU: Friend or Foe? (7 June, 13:00)

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Does Free Movement of Persons in the European Union remain a fundamental principle of the EU? Or will the EU betray its principles and abandon equal treatment of free moving citizens? These were the themes of our afternoon seminar chaired by Professor Dagmar Schiek (QUB) with a  keynote by Professor Catherine Barnard, Cambridge University. A report of the event can be accessed here: 7 June Mobility and Equality summary report. Four papers have been published as working papers, of which two grew into journal articles.

The Principle of (In)Equality in EU Labour Migration Law, Margerite Zoeteweij
published in European Labour Law Journal, Volume 8 (2017), issue 1 (http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/2031952517699104

Roma EU citizens – Caught Between EU and Member States, Cristina Juverdeanu

Revision of the Posted Worker’s Directive: Equality at Last?, Rebecca Zahn
published in  Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies Vol 19 (2017) – https://doi.org/10.1017/cel.2017.5

Local Communities and the Protection of Rights for Intra-EU Migrants: Lessons Learned from Wales before the EU Referendum

They also appear in the CETLS on-line paper series.

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