Why EILCS - EUROJUS?
The Eurojus team’s analytical skills are enhanced by their diverse experience and backgrounds and their ability to work both independently and collaboratively, enabling them to support researchers with their extensive knowledge and know-how.
Reputed for the quality of its in-depth research capacities, the Eurojus team produces comparative and legal studies covering various policy areas key to the EU’s development.
The Eurojus team regularly publishes investigative and analytical articles on a wide range of topical European subjects, contributing to high-level debates taking place in Brussels and across the EU.
EILCS organises conferences, seminars and briefings on relevant EU topics. Speakers often include representatives from diplomatic missions in Brussels, the European institutions, NGOs and the corporate sector, academics and journalists.
The Institute provides policy makers, researchers, media and NGOs with a European perspective, nourishing them with essential inputs to analyse and disseminate the results of their studies.
screening Member States' rules and policies
monitoring EU policies
analysing progresses & discrepancies
providing food for thought & solutions
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