Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the European Union is facing unprecedented challenges ranging from possibly the worst economic crisis since its inception to a breakdown of European solidarity and fundamental rights. To join the discussion and provide a forum for scholarly debate, UNIO – EU Law Journal is preparing a special issue of the journal dedicated to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in the European Union.

This special issue will consist of the second number of 2020 and will be launched in the second semester.

For the special edition issue, we are particularly interested in papers which address the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact in the European Union within the following areas:

  • Fundamental Rights;
  • Democracy and Rule of Law;
  • Single Market;
  • Economic / Fundamental Freedoms;
  • International Trade;
  • Privacy and Data Protection;
  • Consumer Protection;
  • Area of Freedom, Security and Justice;
  • Migration Law;
  • Tax Law;
  • Other relevant areas of EU Law.

The Board of Editors encourages submissions and reminds those interested that the editorial policies and processes of UNIO apply. Manuscripts should be submitted through our online platform to ensure blind peer review. Deadline for submissions is 1 September 2020. Any question should be addressed to unio.cedu@direito.uminho.pt.

July 20th, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the European Union is facing unprecedented challenges ranging from possibly the worst economic crisis since its inception to a breakdown of European solidarity and fundamental rights. To join the discussion and provide a forum for scholarly debate, UNIO – EU Law Journal is preparing a special issue of the journal dedicated to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in the European Union.

This special issue will consist of the second number of 2020 and will be launched in the second semester.

For the special edition issue, we are particularly interested in papers which address the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact in the European Union within the following areas:

  • Fundamental Rights;
  • Democracy and Rule of Law;
  • Single Market;
  • Economic / Fundamental Freedoms;
  • International Trade;
  • Privacy and Data Protection;
  • Consumer Protection;
  • Area of Freedom, Security and Justice;
  • Migration Law;
  • Tax Law;
  • Other relevant areas of EU Law.

The Board of Editors encourages submissions and reminds those interested that the editorial policies and processes of UNIO apply. Manuscripts should be submitted through our online platform to ensure blind peer review. Deadline for submissions is 1 September 2020. Any question should be addressed to unio.cedu@direito.uminho.pt.

July 20th, 2020