The Jean Monnet Chair
European Green Rights: reshaping fundamental rights for next generations
Call: ERASMUS-JMO-2021-HEI-TCH-RSCH – Project number: 101047962
granted at the Università degli Studi Suor Orsola Benincasa (Naples, Italy) aims to create a new label to highlight an innovative approach to fundamental rights (health, environment, including nature and animals, ownership, consumer protection) in light of sustainability – Green Rights – within the European Union.
The Chair is pleased to announce a call for papers for the
a.y. 2021/2022 EUGREENEXT Workshop
“Design of rights for eco-food and eco-fertility: markets and causal relation”
The objective of the workshop is to discuss the relationship between ecosystems and human health, having regard to the role of businesses and markets, from farm to fork, and the impact of pollution on health.
Choices of businesses and markets development in the food supply chain, as well as information and advertising to consumers, may affect, ultimately, fundamental rights, such as health.
Regulation of these aspects and their application in practice are crucial to define the substance of individual rights (e.g. right to healthy environment, consumer protection, health).
Actual content of rights depends also on available remedies in case of violation. Therefore, the workshop aims to analyze how health may be affected by dangerous activities or damages to the environment, as high levels of pollution, and how losses can be compensated, with a focus on the causal connection between the conduct and the plaintiff’s harm.
Causes and consequences of pandemics or other widespread diseases is included in the workshop spectrum.
The workshop aims to bring together academics (Professors, Researchers, Ph.D.candidates, young scholars), experts, stakeholders, and civil society, and stimulate them to participate through the present call for papers.
Contributions from any discipline in law, science and social sciences (e.g. biology, medicine, economics, design, sociology, psychology) are particularly welcome, as well as case studies. Submissions from junior scholars, women, and members of other equity-seeking groups are especially appreciated.
The relevance of the event is twofold:
– advance in research, stimulating interdisciplinary dialogue between law and science, economics and other social sciences
– disseminate advanced knowledge on European Green Rights and promote awareness and ideas from society, stimulating the dialogue with public actors as well.
Topics of interest, not limited to:
– The Right to Health for present and future generations
– Food systems and public health
– Farm-to-fork regulatory strategies
– Relations between food, environment, and human fertility
– How to promote healthy food
– Sustainability in food industry
– Impact of food advertising and online marketing on eating behavior
– Food labeling
– Vulnerable people/groups in food and nutrition
– Children nutrition
– Nutrition Ecology
– Liability for damages caused by unsustainable production
– Liability for damages to health or human fertility caused by pollution
– Impact of the pandemic on eating habits and/or long-term health
– Technology and food innovation
Disciplines and Methods of analysis
Papers submitted can explore the full range of law’s domain and other disciplines – science, economics and other social sciences (e.g. biology, medicine, economics, design, sociology) – employing or combining diverse methodological approaches: doctrinal, empirical, descriptive or prescriptive, comparative. Case studies can be submitted.
Paper submission and notification
The applicants can send their submissions via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
attaching the following documents by 28 August 2022:
- abstract of the paper/ use case, based on one of the indicated questions or other questions on the same topics, up to 200 word long, in pdf format (including abstract and references) in Italian or in English.
- CV (in pdf format).
The authors will be informed via email by 4 September 2022 about the results of the paper evaluation.
Each abstract will go through a blind review process carried out by expert Referees, members of the academic staff of the Jean Monnet Chair EUGREENEXT (peer reviewed), coordinated by the Chair Holder Prof. Ilaria Amelia Caggiano.
Referees are sector specialists who verify papers suitability for the workshop.
Presentation at the workshop
All accepted papers will be presented at the workshop at the Università degli Studi Suor Orsola Benincasa in Naples on 29 September 2022.
Participation of both speakers and the public is allowed in presence or at distance.
The Workshop is free of charge, both for the speakers and the public.
After the workshop. Dissemination on Scientific Journal
As final result of the Workshop, papers and case studies presented will be published in the European Journal of Privacy Law and Technologies – EJPLT (www.ejplt.tatodpr.eu).
The deadline to send the final version of the papers that will be published on the European Journal of Privacy Law and Technologies (EJPLT) as result of the EUGREENEXT Workshop is 31 December 2022.
The papers must not have been already published in another Journals.
The selected Referees of the Journal have the right to exclude a paper that does not meet the quality requirements set for the publication on the Journal.
You can find more details about the Chair on its own website www.eugreenext.eu