Given the wide range of topics regulated by European Law and rooted in life science, engineering, ethical choice, EUGREENEXT activities are charaterized by multidisciplinarity, in a law-based perspective and through the dialogue between private and public law, life science, biology, engineering, ethics functional to legal responses, in order to specify contents and protection of fundamental rights and sustainability.
More specifically, the following methodologies and techniques are applied.
Teaching: active learning techniques, with regard to case studies (flipped classrooms, simulations of cases, group work, gamification) and use of technological tools (E-learning, surveys, multimedia tools); adaptive approach; problem-solving and legal design method; critical thinking; soft skills, in order to foster knowledge and enable students with specific skills, for accelerating their job placement.
Research: a mixed methodology research approach, which uses in addition to the traditional technique of analysis of law and decisions, empirical approach, applied research, legal design.
Dissemination – debating activities: participation of academics, experts, stakeholders, civil society and practitioners in addition to the key staff.