The present book intends to critically examine the paths taken by the EU for cultural questions and how it integrates it into the whole of its parts. This means describing, explaining and evaluating the objectives, the nature, the extent and the impact of European interventions in cultural matters in order to understand in what measure European law assumes, respects, protects and promotes the multidimensionality of cultural policies, and, in fine, culture itself.
Celine Romainville is Phd in Law, Research Fellow of the National Fund for Scientific Research (F.R.S.-F.N.R.S.) and Lecturer at the University of Louvain-la-Neuve, the Free University of Brussels and the University of Saint-Louis - Brussels. She is a specialist in the field of cultural rights and policies in constitutional, European and international law. She also works on contemporary issues of constitutional law and of human rights law.