• Start date:
  • 1 October 2021
  • Duration:
  • 1 day
  • Legal area:
  • Course:
  • Other

The transfer of sentences under EU law
Current issues in the scholarly debate and policy perspectives

Morning session:
9.00 – 9.15

Reception and welcoming participants

9.15-9.30
Introductory remarks

9.30-10.00
First session: The transfer and surrender of convicted individuals across the EU: intersectional issues
Stefano Montaldo (University of Turin, Italy) - online (30 min)

10.00-11.15
Second session: Transferring individuals for the purpose of enforcing sentences: fundamental rights issues
Joske Graat (Utrecht University) (15 min)
Irene Wieczorek (University of Durham) (15 min)
Collective discussion and Q&A (30 min)
11.15-11.30

Coffee break
11.30-12.30
Third Session: Dealing with multiple convictions and the enforcement of sentences across borders
Wendy de Bondt (University of Ghent) (15 min)
Nele Audenaert (University of Ghent) (15 min)
Collective discussion and Q&A (30 min)

12.30-14.00
Lunch Break

Afternoon session
14.00-15.30

Fourth session: The growing connection between citizenship status and criminal convictions: the case of transfer and surrender
Ellen Vandennieuwenhuysen (University of Antwerp) (15 min)
Leandro Mancano (University of Edimburgh) - online (15 min)
Collective discussion and Q&A (30 min)

15.30-16.00
Wrap-up remarks

The transfer of sentences under EU law
Current issues in the scholarly debate and policy perspectives

Morning session:

9.00 – 9.15
Reception and welcoming participants

9.15-9.30
Introductory remarks

9.30-10.00
First session: The transfer and surrender of convicted individuals across the EU: intersectional issues
Stefano Montaldo (University of Turin, Italy) - online (30 min)

 

10.00-11.15
Second session: Transferring individuals for the purpose of enforcing sentences: fundamental rights issues
Joske Graat (Utrecht University) (15 min)
Irene Wieczorek (University of Durham) (15 min)
Collective discussion and Q&A (30 min)

 

11.15-11.30
Coffee break

11.30-12.30
Third Session: Dealing with multiple convictions and the enforcement of sentences across borders
Wendy de Bondt (University of Ghent) (15 min)
Nele Audenaert (University of Ghent) (15 min)
Collective discussion and Q&A (30 min)

 

12.30-14.00
Lunch Break

Afternoon session

14.00-15.30
Fourth session: The growing connection between citizenship status and criminal convictions: the case of transfer and surrender

Ellen Vandennieuwenhuysen (University of Antwerp) (15 min)
Leandro Mancano (University of Edimburgh) - online (15 min)
Collective discussion and Q&A (30 min)

 

15.30-16.00
Wrap-up remarks


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