EU Administration, Justice and Home Affairs - part 1
|Kod przedmiotu:||CES-EUAdmJust-part1||Kod Erasmus / ISCED:||(brak danych) / (brak danych)|
|Nazwa przedmiotu:||EU Administration, Justice and Home Affairs - part 1|
|Punkty ECTS i inne:||5.00|
Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr letni 2019/2020" (w trakcie)
|Okres:||2020-02-24 - 2020-06-14||
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Wykład, 30 godzin, 25 miejsc więcej informacji
|Prowadzący grup:||Artur Gruszczak|
|Lista studentów:||(nie masz dostępu)|
|Zaliczenie:||Przedmiot - Egzamin|
(tylko po angielsku) The main objective of the course is to introduce students to both basic and more detailed topics related to the EU Member States’ cooperation in fields of justice and home affairs.
The course is dedicated to the creation and functioning of the EU area of freedom, security and justice – since the emergence of Justice and Home Affairs cooperation in its historical context, through the evolution of Member States’ activity and cooperation within that area until the post-Lisbon changes. A detailed description and analysis will concern such areas as migration and asylum policies, border management, Schengen governance, EU internal security strategy, criminal justice (police cooperation, prevention and the fight against crime, and judicial cooperation in criminal matters). The roles and competences of EU institutions and agencies, esp. those in the JHA field: Eurojust, Europol, Frontex, will be presented during the classes, together with major institutional developments in terms of strategies, action plans and Council conclusions.
(tylko po angielsku) EK1: Student has extended knowledge about European Union law as well as relevant elements of that of the Council of Europe (K_W06+++)
EK2: Student has deepened knowledge about the institutional architecture of the European Union and the characteristics of the various institutions, as well as knowledge about their role in the decision-making process of the EU (K_W11++)
EK3: has basic knowledge about the framework and functioning of common EU policies and their influence on the role and positioning of the European Union in the system of international relations ( K_W12+++)
EK4: has the ability to read with comprehension and critically analyze texts pertinent to European studies and has the ability to compare them to texts presenting different views on the subject, confront them and draw his or her own conclusions (K_U02+++)
EK5: has the ability to form opinions and judgements that include reflection on and respect for (contrary) points of view deriving from other researches and participants in the discussion (K_U06+++)
EK6: has the ability to participate in academic discussions in the field of European Studies and to prepare complete and multithreaded presentations in Polish and/or a chosen foreign language on issues related to the field of study (K_U17+++)
EK7: is aware of the level of his or her own knowledge and skills, understands the need for long-life learning in terms of professional and personal development, can determine the directions of his or her own professional and personal development (K_K01+++)
EK8: obey the rules and principles of professional integrity in a manner that indicates respect for others (K_K08+++)
|Forma i warunki zaliczenia:||
(tylko po angielsku) Students are expected to attend the classes and to take active part in discussions. Students are encouraged to come up with own ideas, with the understanding that they fall within the course subject-matter. A final written exam is required to pass the course. The exam will be composed of a multiple-choice test of 15 questions, 4 short-answer questions and a short essay.
|Metody sprawdzania i kryteria oceny efektów kształcenia uzyskanych przez studentów:||
(tylko po angielsku) A written exam
|Metody dydaktyczne - słownik:||
Metody podające - prezentacja multimedialna
(tylko po angielsku) Lecture with elements of interactivity (didactic discussions, case studies) and multimedia (presentations, documentary films)
|Bilans punktów ECTS:||
(tylko po angielsku) Lectures attendance – 30h
Individual preparation for lectures – 60h
Individual preparation for exam – 45h
Total workload – 135h
ECTS points – 4.5
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1. Legal Provisions on EU Area of Freedom, Security and Justice
- Origins of European justice and home affairs cooperation.
- Emergence of the Third Pillar of the EU.
- The Amsterdam reform and a follow-up.
- The Lisbon Treaty – main provisions concerning the area of freedom, security and justice.
- Variable geometry in EU cooperation in justice and home affairs.
- Official Journal of the European Union C 202, 7 June 2016 (contains consolidated version of the treaties and protocols amended or established by the Lisbon Treaty), http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=OJ%3AC%3A2016%3A202%3ATOC
- Steve Peers, EU Justice and Home Affairs Law, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2010, pp. 41-63, 73-94
- Diego Acosta Arcarazo and Cian C. Murphy (eds) EU Security and Justice Law: After Lisbon and Stockholm. Hart Publishing, London 2014, chaps 1 & 2
- How and to what extent has the cooperation in justice and home affairs evolved since the Maastricht Treaty?
- What are specific elements of the legal framework of EU area of freedom, security and justice?
- What is interesting in the interplay between EU institutions and Member States in the area of freedom, security and justice?
- Neil Walker, In Search of the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice: A Constitutional Odyssey, in: N. Walker (ed), Europe’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, Oxford University Press, Oxford-New York 2004, pp. 10-22.
- Estella Baker, Christopher Harding, From Past Imperfect to Future Perfect? A Longitudinal Study of the Third Pillar, European Law Review, 2009, 34:1, pp. 28-37, 43-47.
- Elspeth Guild and Sergio Carrera, The European Union’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice ten years on, in: E. Guild, S. Carrera, A. Eggenschwiler, The Area Of Freedom, Security and Justice. Ten Years on Successes and Future Challenges under the Stockholm Programme, CEPS, Brussels, 2010, http://www.ceps.eu/ceps/download/3461
- Christian Kaunert, The area of freedom, security and justice in the Lisbon Treaty: commission policy entrepreneurship?, European Security, 2010, 19: 2, pp. 171-174, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09662839.2010.531705
- What Does Brexit mean for the EU’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice? https://www.ceps.eu/publications/what-does-brexit-mean-eu%E2%80%99s-area-freedom-security-and-justice
2. Institutions, bodies and agencies in EU justice and home affairs cooperation
- The roles and competences of EU institutions in the area of freedom, security and justice.
- Decision making in the area of freedom, security and justice
- ‘Agencification’ of EU cooperation in the area of freedom, security and justice – origins and outcomes
- Non-EU forms of institutional cooperation in justice and home affairs
Steve Peers, EU Justice and Home Affairs Law, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2010, pp. 64-72
Christian Kaunert, The area of freedom, security and justice in the Lisbon Treaty: commission policy entrepreneurship?, European Security, 2010, 19: 2, pp. 175-177, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09662839.2010.531705
Jörg Monar, The Institutional Framework of the AFSJ: Specific Challenges and Dynamics of Change, in: J. Monar (ed), The Institutional Dimension of the European Union’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, P.I.E. Peter Lang, Brussels 2010, pp. 21-52.
Status of EU agencies in the area of freedom, security and justice; the ‘decision-making triangle’: European Parliament – Council - Commission; inter-governmental vs community approaches to decision making in EU justice and home affairs
Steve Peers, Mission Accomplished? EU Justice and Home Affairs Law After the Treaty of Lisbon, Common Market Law Review, 2011, 48:3, pp. 667-81
E. Chiti, An Important Part of the EU’s Institutional Machinery: Features, Problems and Perspectives on European Agencies, Common Market Law Review, 2009, 46:5, pp. 1396-1407
3. Free movement of persons in the EU & immigration policies
- Main provisions concerning free movement of persons.
- The right of EU citizens to reside in any of EU Member States.
- Immigration policy: legal norms, rules and principles concerning third-country national
- The migration crisis in 2015 and its consequencfes.
- Integration of migrants – legal and political issues
- Preventing and combating irregular migration
Sergio Carrera, The Impact of the Treaty of Lisbon over EU Policies on Migration, Asylum and Borders: The Struggles over the Ownership of the Stockholm Programme, in: E. Guild, P. Minderhoud (eds), The First Decade of EU Migration and Asylum Law, Matinus Nijhoff Publishers, Dordrecht 2011, pp. 227-254
Flavia Jurje and Sandra Lavenex, Trade Agreements as Venues for ‘Market Power Europe’? The Case of Immigration Policy, Journal of Common Market Studies, 2014, 52:2, pp. 320-336, DOI: 10.1111/jcms.12070
Godfried Engbersen & Dennis Broeders, The State versus the Alien: Immigration Control and Strategies of Irregular Immigrants, West European Politics, 2009, 32:5, pp. 874-881
ECJ judgements: C-127/08 Metock, C-408/03 Commission vs Belgium, C-33/07 Jipa; C-456/12 i C-457/12 O., B., S. i G. vs Minister voor Immigratie, Intergratie en Asiel
Charlotte O’Brien, EU Free Movement Law in 10 Questions & Answers, EU Law Analysis Blog, http://eulawanalysis.blogspot.com/2016/11/eu-free-movement-law-in-10-questions.html
Jonathan Tomkin, Citizenship in Motion: The Development of the Freedom of Movement for Citizens in the Case-Law of the Court of Justice of the European Union, in: E. Guild, P. Minderhoud (eds), The First Decade of EU Migration and Asylum Law, Matinus Nijhoff Publishers, Dordrecht 2011, pp. 23-46
Michael J. Donnelly (2016) Competition and solidarity: union members and immigration in Europe, West European Politics, 39:4, pp. 688-709, DOI:10.1080/01402382.2015.1110941
Artur Gruszczak, Immigration control and securing the EU's external borders, in: E. Stadtmüller, K. Bachmann (eds), The EU's Shifting Borders. Theoretical Approaches and Policy Implications in the New Neighbourhood, red. Routledge, London and New York 2012, pp. 213-217
4. Asylum and international protection of refugees in the EU
- Tendencies in asylum applications lodged in EU Member States
- Common European Asylum System – state of play
- The Dublin regulations and state responsibility for asylum decisions
- Temporary protection of asylum seekers
- Rights and duties of refugees in the EU.
Steve Peers, EU Justice and Home Affairs Law, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2010, pp. 357-66
W. van Hövell, The Goals of the Common European Asylum System, in: F.A.N.J. Goudappel, H.S. Raulus (eds),The future of asylum in the European Union. Problems, proposals and human rights, TMC Asser Press, The Hague 2011, pp. 65-71
Daniel Thym, Pitfalls of the Law, Politics and Administrative Practices in the Reform of the Common European Asylum System, http://eumigrationlawblog.eu/pitfalls-of-the-law-politics-and-administrative-practices-in-the-reform-of-the-common-european-asylum-system/
ECJ judgments: C-465/07 Elgafaji, C-310/08 & C-480/08 Hassan Ibrahim / Maria Teixeira, C-411/10 & C-493/10 M.E. and others; C 290/14 Celaj
Short presentations by students of asylum and security situation in their countries of origin
Florian Trauner (2016) Asylum policy: the EU’s ‘crises’ and the looming policy regime failure, Journal of European Integration, 38:3, 311-325, DOI: 10.1080/07036337.2016.1140756
Natascha Zaun (2016) Why EU asylum standards exceed the lowest common denominator: the role of regulatory expertise in EU decision-making, Journal of European Public Policy, 23:1, 136-154, DOI: 10.1080/13501763.2015.1039565
Silja Klepp, A Contested Asylum System: The European Union between Refugee Protection and Border Control in the Mediterranean Sea, European Journal of Migration and Law, 2010, 12:1
5. Schengen governance.
- Origins of Schengen cooperation.
- Convention implementing Schengen agreements and later modifications
- Main features of the Schengen area
- SIRENE – critical element of Schengen security.
- Cross-border operations and Common Customs and Police Centres
- Local traffic movement at EU external borders
- Challenges to Schengen
Schengen Border Code, http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=CELEX:32006R0562:EN:NOT
Maartje A.H. van der Woude, Patrick van Berlo, Crimmigration at the Internal Borders of Europe? Examining the Schengen Governance Package, Utrecht Law Review, 2015, 11:1, pp.61–79. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/ulr.312
Galina Cornelisse, What’s Wrong with Schengen? Border Disputes and the Nature of Integration in the Area Without Internal Borders, Common Market Law Review, 2014, 51:3, pp. 741–770.
Steve Peers, EU Justice and Home Affairs Law, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2010, pp. 934-41
Kees Groenendijk, Reinstatement of Controls at the Internal Borders of Europe: Why and Against Whom?, European Law Journal, 2004, 10:2
Sergio Carrera, Elspeth Guild, Massimo Merlino and Joanna Parkin, A Race against Solidarity. The Schengen Regime and the Franco-Italian Affair, CEPS, Brussels, April 2011, pp. 1-3, 18-21 (available at: http://www.ceps.eu/book/race-against-solidarity-schengen-regime-and-franco-italian-affair)
Ruben Zaiotti, Cultures of Border Control. Schengen and the Evolution of European Frontiers, University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London 2011, ch. 8.
6. EU Integrated Border Management
- The borders of the European Union – geographical, geopolitical and legal determinants.
- Integrated Border Management – concept and construction.
- Elements of EU integrated border management – political and technological impacts.
- Frontex – European Border and Coast Guard agency.
- RABITs – rapid deployment border corps.
- EUROSUR – European border surveillance system.
Sergio Carrera et al - The European Border and Coast Guard Addressing migration and asylum challenges in the Mediterranean? CEPS, Brussels 2017, https://www.ceps.eu/system/files/
Steve Peers, The Reform of Frontex: Saving Schengen at Refugees’ Expense? EU Law Analysis Blog, http://eulawanalysis.blogspot.com/2015/12/the-reform-of-frontex-saving-schengen.html
Steve Peers, EU Justice and Home Affairs Law, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2010, pp. 178-200
Ben Hayes, Mathias Vermeulen, Borderline. EU Border Surveillance Initiatives, Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, Berlin, May 2012, http://www.statewatch.org/news/2012/jun/borderline.pdf
Sarah Léonard, EU border security and migration into the European Union: FRONTEX and securitisation through practices, European Security, 2010, 19: 2, pp. 238-246
Yue Liu, Scenario study of biometric systems at borders, Computer Law & Security Review, 2011, 27:1, pp. 36-43
7. Europol as a core hub in the police cooperation networks
- Background to police cooperation within the EU.
- Europol – origins and development.
- The 2009 Europol Decision.
- The 2016 Europol Regulation – a new opening?
- Europol Information System.
- Formal and informal mechanisms of police cooperation in the EU.
Regulation (EU) 2016/794 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 May 2016 on the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol), http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=CELEX%3A32016R0794
Stephen Rozée, Christian Kaunert, Sarah Léonard, Is Europol a Comprehensive Policing Actor?, Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 2013, 14:3, pp. 372-387, DOI:10.1080/15705854.2013.817808
Valsamis Mitsilegas, Police Co-operation: What are the Main Obstacles to Police Co-operation in the EU?, in: D. Bigo, A. Tsoukala (eds), Controlling Security, L’Harmattan, Paris 2008, pp. 7-17
Europol webpage: https://www.europol.europa.eu/
Steve Peers, EU Justice and Home Affairs Law, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2010, pp. 885-900
Valsamis Mitsilegas, EU Criminal Law, Hart Publishing, Oxford 2009, pp. 36-55
A. De Moor, G. Vermeulen, The Europol Council Decision: Transforming Europol into an Agency of the European Union, Common Market Law Review, 2010, 47:4, pp. 1097-1106
8. Eurojust and other institutional forms of judicial cooperation in criminal matters
- Background to EU judicial cooperation in criminal matters.
- Mechanisms of judicial cooperation: harmonization, approximation, mutual recognition.
- Main instruments of EU judicial cooperation: EAW, EEW, JIT
- Origins and development of Eurojust.
- The European Public Prosecutor’s Office
- EU criminal justice – a wishful thinking?
Eurojust legal framework, http://www.eurojust.europa.eu/doclibrary/Eurojust-framework/ej-legal-framework/Pages/ej-decision.aspx
Steve Peers, EU Justice and Home Affairs Law, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2010, pp. 693-720;
Valsamis Mitsilegas, EU Criminal Law, Hart Publishing, Oxford 2009, pp. 36-56;
Jörg Monar, Eurojust and the European Public Prosecutor Perspective: From Cooperation to Integration in EU Criminal Justice?, Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 2013, 14:3, pp. 339-356, DOI: 10.1080/15705854.2013.817807
Sergio Carrera, Elspeth Guild and Nicholas Hernanz, Europe’s most wanted? Recalibrating Trust in the European Arrest Warrant System, CEPS Special Report No. 76/ March 2013, http://www.ceps.eu/book/europe%E2%80%99s-most-wanted-recalibrating-trust-european-arrest-warrant-system-0
Mar Jimeno-Bulnes, The Application of the European Arrest Warrant in the European Union. A General Assessment, in: C. Fijnaut, J. Ouwerkerk (eds), The Future of Police and Judicial Cooperation in the European Union, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden-Boston 2010, pp. 307-323
Conny Rijken and Gert Vermeulen, The legal and practical implementation of JITs: The bumpy road from EU to Member State level, in: C. Rijken and G. Vermeulen (eds), Joint Investigation Teams in the European Union: From Theory to Practice, TMC Asser Press, The Hague 2006, pp. 10-18
9. The European Union's prevention and combating of terrorism and transnational organized crime
- Organized crime and EU – legal approach.
- Main types of crime
- Prevention and combating of terrorism
- Prevention and comating of drug trafficking
- Prevention and combating of money laundering
M. Fletcher, R. Lööf, B. Gilmore, EU Criminal Law and Justice, Elgar European Law, 2008, p. 173-175, 184-194.
W. Kegö, C. Özkan, Countering Transnational Organized Crime: Challenges and Countermaeasures, Institute for Security & Development Policy, Stockholm 2010, http://www.isdp.eu/images/stories/isdp-main-pdf/2010_kego-ozkan_counteracting-transnational.pdf.
P. Roell, The European Union and its Fight against International Terrorism, ISPSW Strategy Series, Issue No. 168, December 2011, http://www.isn.ethz.ch/Digital-Library/Publications/Detail/?id=134603.
Europa Glossary – Fight against organized crime, http://europa.eu/scadplus/glossary/fight_against_
European Crime Prevention Network – http://www.eucpn.org.
10. The Externalization of EU JHA Cooperation
- The characteristics of EU neighbourhood.
- External dimension of EU justice and home affairs cooperation.
- Partnership with third countries – special cases of the US, Switzerland and Russia
- Threats and chances in the external environment of the EU
T. Balzacq, The Frontiers of Governance: Understanding the External Dimension of EU Justice and Home Affairs, in: T. Balzacq (ed), The External Dimension of EU Justice and Home Affairs. Governance, Neighbours, Security, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke and New York 2009, pp. 21-32;
Jörg Monar (2014) The EU's growing external role in the AFSJ domain: factors, framework and forms of action, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 2014, 27:1, pp. 147-166, DOI: 10.1080/09557571.2012.710586
Sarah Wolff, Grégory Mounier, A Kaleidoscopic View on the External Dimension of Justice and Home Affairs, European Foreign Affairs Review 2012, 17, Special Issue, pp. 143–162
S. Wolff, N. Wichmann, G. Mounier, The External Dimension of Justice and Home Affairs: A Different Security Agenda for the EU?, in: S. Wolff, N. Wichmann, G. Mounier (eds), The External Dimension of Justice and Home Affairs: A Different Security Agenda for the EU?, Routledge, London and New York 2010, pp. 11-13
Patryk Pawlak, Transatlantic homeland security cooperation: the promise of new modes of governance in global affairs, Journal of Transatlantic Studies, 2010, 8:2, pp. 139-148
Maria O’Neill, EU-North Africa Relations in Cross-Border Law Enforcement: New Legal Challenges for the EU in the Post-Lisbon and Post-Stockholm Era, in: Paul James Cardwell (ed), EU External Relations Law and Policy in the Post-Lisbon Era, TMC Asser Press, The Hague 2012, pp. 255-262
Heather Grabbe, Conclusion: The Politics of Freedom, Security and Justice in the Enlarging EU, in: K. Henderson (ed), The Area of Freedom, Security and Justice in the Enlarged Europe, Palgrave Macmillan, Houndmills and New York 2005, pp. 150-161
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Właścicielem praw autorskich jest Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie.