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1st Pillar

Isopolity is the equal rights of citizenship in different communities; mutual political rights.

2nd Pillar

Isonomy is the equality before the law

3rd Pillar

Isegoria is the equality of all in freedom of speech

About us

Τhe Centre for European Legal Culture (CELC) was established in 2018 by the Senate of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh) as an autonomous unit of the University, supervised by the Senate itself. The main objective of the CELC is to conduct international research of an interdisciplinary and diachronic nature on a range of issues relating to the common European legal culture, with the ultimate aim being to promote the common values shared by the peoples of Europe, as well as European integration. The CELC is governed by a seven-member Board of Directors and is assisted in its scientific and other activities by a seven-member, interdisciplinary, Scientific Council.

Research & Motto

Interdisciplinary, transnational and timeless research on issues related to the common European legal culture, with the ultimate goal of highlighting the common values of the European peoples, which are also the foundations of EU law and the EU.
Conducting empirical research, as well as drafting comparative legal studies, on issues related to the adoption of legislative initiatives by the EU, with the ultimate goal of formulating proposals to improve EU law and increase its proximity and friendliness to the citizenry.
Preparation of research programs for the preparation of studies, the organization of educational activities and the provision of expertise.
Establishment of the “European Network of Law Schools for European Legal Culture”. The Center will thus add value to its promotional activities.
Interdisciplinary and transnational comparative research on EU law and European legal culture versus other legal and other legal cultures.

Τhe Centre for European Legal Culture (CELC) was established in 2018 by the Senate of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh) as an autonomous unit of the University, supervised by the Senate itself. The main objective of the CELC is to conduct international research of an interdisciplinary and diachronic nature on a range of issues relating to the common European legal culture, with the ultimate aim being to promote the common values shared by the peoples of Europe, as well as European integration. The CELC is governed by a seven-member Board of Directors and is assisted in its scientific and other activities by a seven-member, interdisciplinary, Scientific Council.

Our University

TOGETHER Programme

The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki is a partner of the TOGETHER programme, whose work is expected to be completed in 2021. Objective of the project is the development of social responsibility between the members of the academic community, students and academic personnel with the aim of integrating refugees and migrants that enjoy international protection. Among others, the expected results of the project is the creation of a Welcome Charter for Refugees, educational material that will be addressed to students and guidelines for the academic personnel. Together with Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, partners of the project are two universities from Portugal, three universities from Italy and the NGO UNESCO Youth Club of Thessaloniki. To the research effort will contribute more than 150 students from all over Europe, academic staff as well as collaborator organizations.

You can follow the progress of the research work by following both the official website of the project as well as the Facebook page.

 

Official Website: https://together.pixel-online.org/index.php

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Together-Project-107768770858729/

 

 

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