The Jean Monnet EU-GLOBACT Project, coordinated by Prof. Anna Oriolo, aims to promote excellence in teaching and research in EU legal studies at the University of Salerno and, in particular, at the DSG), by offering a free, highly specialized and interdisciplinary course on the emerging global EU policy on the fight against transnational crime,  relevant for the future professional life of graduates and for the specialist training of legal and political practitioners.

The Research Event entitled “Cultural Heritage, Transnational Crime and Global Security in the EU Policies and Law” is organized in the framework of the IECLO Multidisciplinary Legal Observatory  (, based at the DSG and is open to free participation the academic community (students, postgraduates, PhD students, researchers, scholars), the legal professions, political operators, civil society in general.

After the welcoming addresses of Prof. Vincenzo Loia (Rector of the University of Salerno) and Profs. Francesco Fasolino (Director of the Department of Legal Sciences), Giuseppe D’Angelo (President of the Teaching Council of the Department of Legal Sciences), the Research event, will be chaired by Gherardo Maria Marenghi (Full Professor of Administrative Law, of the University of of Salerno, Member of the Superior Council of Cultural Heritage) and introduced by Anna Oriolo (Associate Professor of International Law of the University of Salerno; EU-GLOBACT Leader) and Alfonso Amendoila (Associate Professor of Sociology of Cultural Processes and Internet Studies, University of Salerno). This will be followed by the reports of Patrizia Vigni (Associate Professor of International Law at the University of Siena), Massimiliano Croce (Carabinieri, Nucleus for the Protection of Cultural Heritage of Naples), Cristiano Aliberti (Assistant Professor of Comparative Public Law, “Roma Tre” University), and scheduled speeches by Carmine Renzulli (Adjunct Professor of International Cultural Property Law, University of Salerno), Morgane Cano Dominguez (Researcher, Université Libre de Bruxelles) and by the students papers (Emanuele Sorgente). Due to the prestige  of the participants and the scientific relevance of the initiative, the Arma dei Carabinieri have granted their patronage and the use of the institutional logo.


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