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The Challenges of International Regulation in the Context of Global Governance: Limits and possibilities of the EU method
This project has been granted funding through the "Project Proposals for External Funding for FGV - Continuous Flow Call" launched by the FGV Applied Research Network (RPCAP). Its primary objective was to develop a comprehensive Project Proposal with the aim of securing funding from the Erasmus+ Programme for the establishment of a Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence for the period 2023-2026.
The project aims to increase knowledge about the practice of normative production in different regulatory contexts, to stimulate interest in developing research on normative production of regulatory bodies at international and European levels, the challenges of normative implementation and enforcement, with the intention of accessing the role of governance reforms as a response to the challenges raised by the expansion of normative powers in international and European legal orders. The project will consist of two research lines: global regulation and global litigation.
One of the objectives of the project is to promote dialogue between the academic world and society, including policy-makers, civil servants, civil society actors.
In order to generate socio-economic impact, the project "The challenges of international regulation in the context of global governance: limits and possibilities of the EU method" will offer various activities both for the academic public and to disseminate knowledge and insights that support the formulation of public policies in Brazil.
It is noteworthy that the participation of partner institutions from South America and Europe will ensure greater visibility of the academic activities developed by the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence. The impact, visibility and dissemination of the project will be widely promoted with the publication of research and marketing material and the intensive use of social media and its institutional website.
Partnerships with other institutions represent a central element for the implementation of the project, since their professionals bring a multidisciplinary, international and comparative vision. Once approved by the funder, the composition of the project team will include the participation of national and international educational institutions. Among the national ones, we intend to include the collaboration of the School of International Relations (FGV-RI) of São Paulo.