Implementation of EU Law at National Level: A Practical Guide

13-16/Nov/2017  •  Luxembourg  •  EIPA members' fee: €1575

Project Leader
Peter Goldschmidt
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What is this course about?
The workshop is divided into two stand-alone modules, which can be attended separately or together:

  • Module 1 focuses on implementation obligations and the law approximation process, including the identification of different legal instruments and what needs to be implemented, implementation strategies, coordination and consultation as well as planning and allocation of responsibilities, notification of national execution measures (NEM), enforcement and the consequences of non- or incorrect or late implementation.
  • Module 2 concentrates on impact assessment, as well as how to measure the results of nationally implemented EU legislation.

How will it help you?
By attending this workshop you will:

  • better understand the differences and inter-play between national and the Commission’s needs when implementing EU legislation and practical approaches to meeting these needs;
  • receive a tool box of directly applicable approaches to strengthen both your institution’s efforts when implementing EU policies and law and your personal contribution to these efforts.

Who will benefit most?
Managers, experts, policy advisors and other officials from ministries, agencies and other authorities responsible for the transposition, coordination and/or application of EU policies and legislation at the national and regional level. This workshop is also relevant for officials from the EU institutions needing a better understanding of the challenges that EU legislation poses to the Member States.


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