The intensive one-week Summer School ‘EU integration in the Caribbean Region’ (EUinCARIB), taught on campus of the University of Curaçao, will focus on the impact of EU law in the Caribbean OCTs and relevant EU topics in the Caribbean region will be addressed.
The Summer School will be hosted by key-experts in European Integration, EU Trade Law, EU tax law and Caribbean Tax law. The Summer School is conducted under academic leadership of Germaine Rekwest, in collaboration with Wessel Geursen (University of Amsterdam) and Prof. Flora Goudappel (Jean Monnet Chair EU Trade Law in the Overseas Territories). In addition, researchers and practitioners with ample experience in OCT subjects will be invited as guest speakers.
Among the themes covered are:
- EU Law of the Overseas (EU Citizens in the Caribbean)
- EU integration in the Caribbean Region (CARICOM, EPA-CARIFORUM, ACP, State Aid)
- Clean energy in OCTs, European Development Fund
- EU Tax Law, Fair Taxation, Tax Good Governance
Packed with interactive seminars, lectures, a preparatory E-learning module, a dialogue session with a Member of European Parlement, this summer programme attracts students and young professionals who wish to broaden their knowledge of the European institutions, European law and the impact on the Caribbean Region. During the one-week Summer School students learn about EUinCARIB, while enjoying the beautiful island of Curaçao.
The Summer Course is an extraordinary opportunity to meet some of Europe’s and Caribbean’s most influential academics and practitioners, and hear them debate the relationship betwee EU integration and the Caribbean Region.