The Institute of European Studies is organizing a new online lecture. Dunja Duić, PhD, LLM will speak about
The Changing Europe – The Public Health Crisis and the EU
After 2020 nothing will be the same, we hear every day in the media. Two states are presiding the Council of the European Union in 2020: Croatia and Germany. This is the year when the Great Britain left the Union, the year when new seven-year budget has to be adopted and the year of an unprecedented health crisis has struck the EU. In this lecture Dr Duić will look at the priorities of Croatian presidency and the analysis on how Croatia and the EU are dealing with the public health crisis.
The lecture will be held online via Skype, 8 May at 13h, and will be available live at this link – https://join.skype.com/atXPkJzpg6Cj
Dunja Duić, PhD, LLM (Ghent) works as Assistant Professor at the Faculty of law Osijek where she is Head of the Department of the Constitutional and European law. Professional orientation towards EU law derives from Postgraduate Mater of Advance studies in European and Comparative Law at Faculty of Law Gent, Belgium, LLM and Post-graduate Study of European Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb, Croatia,PHD. Main professional interests include EU Law, External relations of EU, EU institutions and comparative politics, migration and human rights. She is teaching EU law at the Integrated Undergraduate and Graduate University Studies, Postgraduate doctoral studies and at the Department of cultural studies. She has participated in six international and scientific projects and she was director of one international project: NATO SPS. In 2014, she was Erasmus visiting professor at Johannes Kepler University in Linz and University of Zagagoza and she has been visiting scholar at University of Insubria in 2017. She has participated in numerous scientific conferences and published books, journal and conference papers. She is the head of organisation commeite of the international scientific conference EU and comparative law issues and challenges series editor in chief EU and comparative law issues and challenges series.