Summer school “Data governance”

Jean Monnet Module

Digital Citizenship
in the European Union – DiCit



Università di Napoli L’Orientale 6 e 7 giugno 2022

Sala Conferenze – Palazzo Du Mesnil

Via Partenope 10/A con accesso alla Via Chiatamone, 61 – Napoli


Le relazioni familiari e le successioni nello spazio transnazionale e digitale

Il seminario analizza le esigenze di tutela connesse a detti profili con riguardo anche alle nuove tecnologie. Il seminario si svolge all’interno del Jean Monnet Module PI_IS Corso di diritto di famiglia e Successioni (Prof.ssa Sara Landini- Prof. Marco Rizzuti) Università di Firenze.

Nuove relazioni familiari e nuovi beni come fattori di cambiamento
del diritto delle successioni

Seminario conclusivo del corso di Diritto di Famiglia e delle Successioni 2020/2021 (docenti Sara Landini e Marco Rizzuti), che si inserisce nelle attività del modulo Jean Monnet PI_IS, il quale a sua volta ha rappresentato uno spin-off dei progetti GoInEU e GoInEU Plus cofinanziati dalla DG Justice della CE.

Di seguito il link per accedere alla registrazione integrale del seminario:

The InMEDIATE project has officially taken-off!

On December 3, 7 partners from Germany, Poland and Italy met online for the second session of the project kick-off.

The initiative, co-funded by the Erasmus+ project of the European Union, aims to develop and implement a training program for cross-border civil mediators and to define a European standard for the certification of their skills.

To find out more, read the press release and stay updated on the launch of the course! You could be one of the 36 selected students!

Patrimonial Issues in International Successions

Webinar Seminar to be held in Florence on 29 May 2020 about Patrimonial Issues in International Successions.

The seminar is an output of PI_IS Jean Monnet module. The European Commission’s support for the seminar does not constitute an endorsement of the contents, which reflect the views only of the speakers, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any which may be made of the information contained therein.

Click on link to see the recording of the entire conference

Report on the Jean Monnet Coordinators Conference

Bruxelles 18 November 2019

The present report it is just a summary of impressions, suggestions, consideration related to PI_IS project and its possible improvements.

The conference started at 9,30 with welcome and introduction. The speakers were François Willekens and Jose-Lorenzo Valles from EACEA. They opened the conference speaking about Jean Monnet Activities and Policy briefing. Mr Willekens explained some statistics underlining the increase of proposals from different institutions. Mr Valles talked about the policies updating. Climate change, digitalization, financial crises are new huge topics. Education continues to be high in the Eu agenda expecially with regard to teachers in Europe, bringing Europe law to citizens. I think that also PI_IS can involve citizens in the open classes like GoinEu Plus.

After an introduction of Ms Genser, Yturriaga Saldanha underlined the importance to read the Agreement signed by the legal representative. The activities need to be brought during the three year, all uploadings need to be done before the end of the project, then the coordinator has to write the final report, the Eu will assess and complete the payment.

Nicola STRETZ focuses on the difference between actual costs (regarding projects, network, ecc.) and Unit Cost regarding (Modules, Chairs, Centres of Excellence). About unit costs: methodology for the calculation of the grant based on the use of the units: the grant covers all costs necessary for the activities, activities shall be eligible, costs actually incurred by beneficiaries are not relevant, at reporting stage:focus on the operational site and respect of the agreement methodology, penalties apply if poor (in term of quality), late or partial implementation (in term of quantitative aspects), or lack of publicity obligation (logo, disclaimer), exchange rates are not relevant because unit costs are already in Euro. About the final report the beneficiaries has to fill in: summary, implemented activities, changes in the relation to the application, team involved, impact and visibility and dissemination, statistics: events, participants, teaching hours, students per year (it is not necessary to collect signatures from students and participants to conferences), web site link. 

Santiago Gutierrez underlined the importance to read the general conditions in the Agreement and particularly the ones on visibility with the Eu logo and the discalimer. I think it is important to intervene on all web sites (dsg and unifi, moodles ?). See. art. 10, art. 8 special conditions of the Grant.

It is possible to change the budget after informing the officer. The communication with the officer will be done by the legal representative using the Functional mail.

Joana Konopa talked about the general principles: eligible criteria, equal treatment. She focused on the communication to the officers.

Peter Fabian Hajek spoke about Reporting Modalities on the platform different from coordinators platforms, the so called Jean Monnet Community Platform.

Marisa Gimenez, the officer for Modules and Chairs in Italy, spoke about grant agreement/decision and penalties. The score will be between 0 to 100, in case of score <50 penalties will apply.

Ms Genser focused on visibility, on the importance of the web site (created to last also after, to underlined the high quality of teacher).

Basic principles of dissemination are: transparency, impact, inspiration. It is important also the exploitation of the project results to the appropriate decision-makers in regulated local, regional, national or European systems, a planned process of convincing individuals end users to adopt and/or apply the results of the projects.

The project in case of good evaluation can became good practices and success story.

During the presentation of the project I introduced PI_IS. I’ve found much interest from other project coordinators also from the ones involved in projects regarding different topic but interested by the proposed methodology.

The colloquium with the officers was important to clarify some aspects, for instance the possibility to find sponsor to implement the budget without profit.

Report on Conference about Integration, migration, transnational relationships. Governing inheritance statutes after the entry into force of EU succession regulations

Coimbra 16 May 2019

The present report it is a summary of the congress held in Coimbra on 16 May 2019, in which 7 experts shared their studies and professional experience on the subject of #Integration#Migration, Transnational Relationships and the dialogue between EU Successions Regulation and Family Regulations.

Here are the details of the Conference TALKS:
1️⃣ “European Certificate of Succession – Application in Portugal” Beatriz Fernandes;
2️⃣ “The Portuguese response to foreign succession rights” Carla Câmara, Lisbon Court of Appeal;
3️⃣ “Polygamous family relations and public order” Giovanni Perlingieri, Università della Campania L. Vanvitelli, Napoli;
4️⃣ “Legitimization of the succession” Javier Barceló Doménech, Universidade de Alicante;
5️⃣ “The filiation derived from assisted reproduction” Pedro Chaparro Matamoros, Universidade de Valência;
6️⃣ “Successful harmonization of the prohibition of succession agreements in Europe” Salvatore Aceto di Capriglia, Università degli Studi di Napoli Parthenope;
7️⃣ “The decision Molla Sali vs. Greece” Marco Rizzuti, University of Florence.

For further information visit website ⬇️

KICK OFF MEETING Bruxelles 18 November 2019