The COVID-19 pandemic has posed unprecedented legal challenges to the EU institutions and to the EU Member States. On the firstanniversary of the pandemic, the European legal space is immersed in a process of profound reflection and envisaging a redesign of some of its core features, reaching from fundamental principles and values such as the rule of law or solidarity, to sector specific-elements related to the Economic and Monetary Union, health and risk regulation, and State aid control. This book looks at the EU’s legal response to the pandemic across a wide spectrum of areas of law. Structured into 35 chapters written by leading legal experts from the EU institutional and academic landscape, it offers a narrative of the evolution, scope, and spirit of the EU’s approach to a crisis like no other in the history of European integration. It thus provides for a comprehensive overview of the legal dimension of the COVID-19 crisis in the unique supranational arena of the EU that can be of interest to policy-makers, practitioners, and academics in Europe and beyond.

Misinformation about covid-19: is the European Union well equipped to fight the 'infodemic'? / Enza Cirone. - STAMPA. - (2021), pp. 177-188.

Misinformation about covid-19: is the European Union well equipped to fight the 'infodemic'?

Enza Cirone
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
2021

Abstract

The COVID-19 pandemic has posed unprecedented legal challenges to the EU institutions and to the EU Member States. On the firstanniversary of the pandemic, the European legal space is immersed in a process of profound reflection and envisaging a redesign of some of its core features, reaching from fundamental principles and values such as the rule of law or solidarity, to sector specific-elements related to the Economic and Monetary Union, health and risk regulation, and State aid control. This book looks at the EU’s legal response to the pandemic across a wide spectrum of areas of law. Structured into 35 chapters written by leading legal experts from the EU institutional and academic landscape, it offers a narrative of the evolution, scope, and spirit of the EU’s approach to a crisis like no other in the history of European integration. It thus provides for a comprehensive overview of the legal dimension of the COVID-19 crisis in the unique supranational arena of the EU that can be of interest to policy-makers, practitioners, and academics in Europe and beyond.
978-84-123589-0-2
EU law in times of pandemic
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Enza Cirone
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