Title:The Crumbling Public/Private Divide: Horizontality in European Anti-Discrimination Law Author(s):DE WITTE, BrunoDate:2009-01-01Citation:
- Citizenship Studies, 2009, 13, 5, 515-525
Type:ArticleAbstract:The European Union has conducted, during the last decade, an active policy of adopting anti-discrimination directives that aim at ensuring greater convergence between member-state laws in this domain. One aspect of this ...
Title:The European Convention Process and the Perspectives for the IGC Author(s):BUTTIGLIONE, Rocco; MENY, Yves; DE WITTE, Bruno; MAJONE, GiandomenicoDate:2003Citation:
- Florence, European University Institute, 2003
Title:European Union Law: How Autonomous is its Legal Order? Author(s):DE WITTE, BrunoDate:2010-01-01Citation:
- Zeitschrift für öffentliches Recht, 2010, 65, 1, 141-155
Type:ArticleAbstract:Against the backdrop of the ECJ’s Kadi judgment, it has been argued again, that Community law’s autonomy from international law went so far that it was no longer part of international law. Based on the ECJ’s own jurisdiction ...
Title:From a Common Principle of Equality to European Antidiscrimination Law Author(s):DE WITTE, BrunoDate:2010Citation:
- American Behavioral Scientist, 2010, 53, 12, 1715-1730
Type:ArticleAbstract:The principle of equality is an important part of the contemporary constitutional law of all European countries. It is therefore a common principle, and was, as such, also integrated in the legal system of the European ...
Title:The Lisbon Treaty and National Constitutions. More or Less Europeanisation? Author(s):DE WITTE, BrunoDate:2009-01-01Citation:
- Carlos CLOSA (ed.), The Lisbon Treaty and National Constitutions. Europeanisation and Democratic Implications, Oslo, ARENA Report 2009, 3, 25-48
Title:La dichiarazione di Nizza: è tempo di un trattato costituzionale dell'Unione Europea? Author(s):DE WITTE, BrunoDate:2001Citation:
- Europa Europe, 2001, 2-3, 195-204