Conference papers (invited talks and seminar papers)
Sonia Morano-Foadi (with Stelios Andreadakis) (2014) ”A Reflection on the Relationship between the Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights post Lisbon” published at Council of Europe's website
September 2014 Migration section’s convenor, SLS Conference
“Judging in the 21st Century”, 9th-12th September University of Nottingham.
August 2014 - 17th Nordic Migration Research Conference in Copenhagen, Chair of workshop 39 (with Dr Micaela Malena) Open Europe or Fortress Europe? The paradigm of integration and equality for non-EU migrants, 13th-15th of August 2014, University
of Copenhagen. Paper presented entitled
“Fragmentation of statuses: Problems and Paradoxes at the intersection between Citizenship, Migration and Human rights”, 13th August 2014, University of Copenhagen.
June 2014 – “A Report on the Protection of Fundamental Rights in Europe”, 13th June, Council of Europe, Strasbourg.
April 2014 –
“Judicial reflections on the interplay between human rights and migration”, 25th April, European Social Science and History Conference (ESSHC) “The Role of the Judiciary in the making of Immigration Policies”, Vienna, 23-26 April, University of Vienna.
“Un-nesting the “Matrioska” doll: Problems and paradoxes at the intersection between citizenship, migration and human rights”
20th December 2013, UNED, Madrid.
September 2013 Chair of the Migration session at SLS Conference, 5th and 6th September 2013, University of Edimburgh.
September 2012 Chair of the Migration session at the SLS Conference and poster presentation for EU law session entitled
“Reflections on the Architecture of the European Union after the Treaty of Lisbon: The European Approach to Fundamental Rights.”, University of Bristol.
“Towards a New Legal Pluralism Theory: Fundamental Rights in Europe”,
3rdConference on the Future of European Law and Policy, Institute of European Law, Birmingham, 28-29 June.
July 2012, “Fundamental Rights in Europe: the European judicial perspective”, 9th Basque Congress of Sociology and Political Science, 16th to 18th of July 2012, Bilbao (Spain).
September 2011 “Third country nationals versus EU citizens: discrimination based on nationality and the Equality Directives”
SLS Conference “Law in Politics, Politics in Law”, University of Cambridge. I have also chaired the migration session.
“Reflections on the Architecture of the European Union after the Treaty of Lisbon: The European Judicial Approach to Fundamental Rights”
SLS Conference Southampton - EU & Competition Section, 16th September 2010.
“Third country nationals versus EU citizens: discrimination based on nationality and the Equality Directives”, ESF Workshop, Oxford Brookes University 28th June 2010.
“Citizenship, Migration and Equality within the EU”, at the Departamento de Derecho Administrativo, Facultad de Derecho, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Madrid
“EU Citizenship and religious liberty in an enlarged Europe, Conference on European Law & Policy in Context entitled
‘The Next 50 Years: The Future of European Law & Policy’, Birmingham, 3–4 July 2008.
“European citizenship and free movement of scientists in the European Research Area: the case of Italy”
New Europe, New Governance, New Worlds?, Melbourne 12-14 April, Joint Monash European and EU Centre/ACIS conference
“La cittadinanza europea con particolare attenzione ai problemi dell’allargamento”
Action Robert Schuman 2004/2005, Facoltà di Giurisprudenza, Università degli Studi di Bari, Italy
“Progressione di carriera, genere e mobilita’ scientifica nell’Area di Ricerca Europea”
CNR Rome, conference “L’Europa e noi: a che punto siamo?”
“Brain drain o mobilita’ scientifica? Il caso dell’Italia”, Association Women in science, Rome, Conference “Ragionando della nuova scienza”.
June 2004 University of Bari,
“The Expectation of Mobility in Science Careers”
at the Faculty of Law of the University of Bari (CSLPE Research report No. 26).
February 2004 “Academic Scientific Careers in Italy”,
EC Commission conference, Lisbon, (CSLPE Research Report No. 16).
Dr Morano-Foadi has previously held positions including
- Senior Lecturer, Department of law, Oxford Brookes University (September 2007 to August 2010).
- Lecturer at the School of Law, University of Leeds (September 2001 - August 2007).
- Seminar leader in EU law (chair Professor Louise Ackers) at School of law, University of Lancaster (Jan 2001-June 2001);
- Research Fellow at School of Law, University of Leeds (February 1998 - December 1999) working on the TMR and MIGRANT CHILDREN Research Projects, funded respectively by the European Commission and by the European Commission and the Nuffield
- Tutor in Environmental Law and Management, Provincia di Foggia (Local Authority), Italy (February 1997 - July 1997)
- Research Fellow at Italian National Research Council, Juridical Studies Institute on the International Community (Rome) (April 1995 - February 1996)
- Scientific Co-ordinator at the Institute for Advance Sciences and Technologies for Development (STESAM), Bari, Italy (September 1994 - January 1995).