Conference: ‘Explaining the Stockholm Programme: Changes and novelties on Immigration and Criminal Justice Cooperation and importance for the UK’ (29 Jan 2010)

“The Centre of European Law together with the generous support of the Representation of the European Commission in the UK are organising a major conference on the Stockholm Programme entitled ‘Explaining the Stockholm programme: Changes and novelties on Immigration and Criminal Justice Cooperation and importance for the United Kingdom.’

By December 2009, the European Council will have adopted the new multiannual programme on Justice and Home Affairs, better known as the Stockholm programme. This programme will have substituted the previous Hague programme adopted on 5 November 2004, which was itself a continuation of the Tampere programme adopted in 1999. The new Stockholm programme will have been adopted under the current Swedish Presidency.

The objective of this conference is to inform academics, practitioners, policy makers and the civil society in general about the Stockholm Programme. It will explore its strengths and weaknesses, particularly with regards to immigration and criminal justice co-operation, and on the role that the United Kingdom will play in these areas at a European level in the future.”

For further details of the programme click here.

“Friday 29 January 2010

Great Hall, Strand Campus, King’s College London 9.30 (registration from 9.00) Free of charge, all welcome

To Register please contact Christine Copping, Centre Manager, Centre of European Law christine.copping@kcl.ac.uk

The conference will be accredited for CPD with the Solicitor’s Regulation Authority and the Bar Standards Board.”

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