Formation European institutions and stakes: the keys to process the news
Explain the creation, construction, and modus operandi of the European Institutions.
Learn how to deal with European subjects with precision in semantics and facts.
Explain the decisions and positions taken by the European Institutions.
Identify relevant references to organize a news monitoring.
1/ The European Institutions
- The creation, construction, and modus operandi of the European Institutions:
- The European Commission, the Council of the European Union, the European Council, the Court of Justice of the European Union, the European Parliament, the European Court of Human Rights.
- Historical reminders.
- Lexicon of the different European Union Institutions.
- Websites and references to update your knowledge.
- Bibliography for further study.
2/ Contemporary European stakes
Decipher and explain the scope of decisions and positions of the European Institutions on the following themes:
- Freedom of speech.
- Protection of privacy.
- GDPR application.
- Respect of copyright and trademark law.
- Respect of competition law in the context of GAFAM hegemony.
- The effectiveness of labour law in the era of new intermediation platforms.
- Child protection (in particular, the fight against inappropriate content, the protection of influencers and e-sport players).
- New issues of criminal law, respect of human dignity on the internet.
- The practices of social networks and GAFAM in general.
- Cyber-attacks and the security of computer systems.
- The development of technologies related to blockchain and artificial intelligence.
- The compatibility of the exercise of fundamental freedoms with the uses of big data.
- The health field, sanitary scandals.
- The Common Agricultural Policy.
- The protection of the environment.
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A lawyer at the Paris Bar for a time, former Secretary of the Conference Pupil Advocates at the Council of State and at the Court of Cassation, she now devotes herself to professional training and teaching Masters, both within the University and private higher education establishments. European media law as well as intellectual property law and new digital technologies are her main areas of expertise.
Presentations illustrated with examples.
Feedback and case studies.
Évaluation continue de l’acquisition des compétences.
• The intervention of a specialized lawyer.
• A lexicon of the different European Union Institutions.
• A bibliography.