e-NACT (e-learning National Active Charter Training) is a DG Justice supported project providing for a training methodology and training activities that, coupled with the expertise of the trainers involved, foster the emergence and consolidation of a common culture of fundamental rights. The project, coordinated by the European University Institute involves several European universities and institutes, aiming to provide training activities and tools in areas of crucial importance for the application of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights: asylum and migration; data protection; children rights; social rights in the labour field; and freedom of expression. Its main objective is to assist national legal practitioners to become familiar with the application of the Charter.
The ULB team, managed by Areg Navasartian and Louise Fromont, and coordinated by Emmanuelle Bribosia, is responsible for elaborating a manual and organising a transnational workshop regarding social rights in the labour law field within the Charter. This transnational workshop will take place 4-5 October 2018 at the Institut d’études européennes. You can find the call for participants here.
Project implemented with financial support of the Fundamental Rights & Citizenship Programme of the European Union (JUST/2013/FRC/AG)