Ca' Foscari signs new agreement with the European Public Law Organization


Ca' Foscari enters a new Memorandum of Understanding with the European Public Law Organisation (EPLO): the agreement will foster cooperation between the two institutions through educational and academic exchanges.

The signing of the Memorandum took place on 5 September in the Aula Baratto, in the presence of Rector Tiziana Lippiello, Deputy Rector Antonio Marcomini and Vice-Rector for International Relations, Fabrizio Marrella. Representing EPLO was Professor Spyridon Flogaitis, President of the organisation's Board of Directors. At the welcoming meeting with the delegation of the European Public Law Organisation was Paola Mar, Venice City Councillor for Local Heritage and University.

EPLO and Ca' Foscari will collaborate on issues concerning European public law, sustainability, environmental protection and sustainable water management. The joint activities listed in the agreement include the development of programmes and courses, the exchange of knowledge and academic staff, the coordination and development of research activities, conferences and training courses.

The European Public Law Organisation (EPLO) is an international, intergovernmental body, founded with the aim of disseminating European legal culture and values through public law. Based in Athens, EPLO was established by an international agreement, signed and ratified by several EU countries, including Italy.
At the heart of the organisation’s activities are research, technical-legal cooperation, and university and post-graduate training.