We are pleased to announce the final results of the second edition of the Moot Court Competition on the European Social Charter organised by the Italian section of the Academic Network on the European Social Charter and Social Rights (ANESC). The jury unanimously underlined the high level of the pleadings that took place on 31 March 2023 in the afternoon at the University of Ferrara.

At the end of the pleadings, it was the University Jean Moulin Lyon 3 (France) and the University Saint-Louis-Brussels (Belgium) that faced each other in the grand final.

Jean Moulin Lyon 3 University won the competition. Its team members were: Auriane Bejuit, Louise Le Berre, Nina Nogier.

The runner-up was awarded to the University Saint-Louis-Brussels. Its team members were: Jeannette Kengne Kengne, Delphine Secat, Baptiste Watillon.

Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium) won the prize for the best procedural writing. Its team members were: Marthe Delodder, Chelsea Huygen, Rasmus Van Heddeghem.

The prize for the best litigator of the qualifying hearing was awarded to Alessandro Casanova (University of Ferrara – Italy).

The prize for the best litigator of the competition (the winner) was awarded to Nina Nogier (Jean Moulin University Lyon 3 – France).

The ANESC Coordination Committee and its General Coordinator warmly thank all the participants in the competition for their commitment to this endeavour and congratulate the winners. They welcome the participants’ knowledge of the provisions and procedures of the European Social Charter and the high quality of the oral presentations.

They invite all participants to join the Network, in accordance with article 6, paragraph 2, letter a) of the ANESC Articles of Association.

Let’s promote together social rights in Europe and beyond!