The sixth and last subproject builds on one of the central insights of the conception of solidarity emphasized in subproject 1: Solidarity within the Euro-zone does not only allude to financial trade-off, but to mutual social recognition among the member states and social groups in different member states. Therefore, solidarity is more than the mere compensation of disparate costs of adaptation necessary for the realization of a common transnational political order. In fact, it is about the mode and the criteria for securing social recognition within this transnational order.
This insight is crucial for the possibilities of judicial conflict resolution.
Finally, we develop a normative framework on the basis of subproject 5 and 6, which will allow for assessing the legitimate functions of constitutional courts within TSC.
Anuscheh Farahat supports Matthias Goldmann's proposal for corona bonds
Kristina Schönfeldt's Blogpost on German Practice in International Law
Teresa Violante's and Rui T. Lanceiro's blogpost on the coping with Covid-19 in Portugal
Anuscheh Farahat's intervention on the Verfassungsblog
Anuscheh Farahat and Teresa Violante on constitutional review in times of austerity
Teresa Violante on the Recent Decision of the Portuguese Constitutional Court
Marius Hildebrand together with Astrid Séville and Conrad Lluis Martell on Soziopolis
Teresa Violante's opinion on the possible introduction of the constitutional complaint in Portugal
Anuscheh Farahat about transformative constitutionalism on the international law blog
Marius Hildebrand on the Swiss People's Party as avantgarde of the New Right in Europe