Wed26Jun201915:00Center of European and International Affairs, University of Nicosia
Lecture, “The Crisis of Europe-How the Union Came Together and Why It’s Falling Apart” (CEIA, Cyprus)
With the participation of Anna Koukkides-Procopiou, Senior Fellow and Member of the Advisory Board.
26 June 2019
Cost: €50 – €70
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Seminar: “Metropolitan policies and indicators of social cohesion” (CIDOB)
The urbanization process that is transforming our planet is amply described by a large number of documents, studies and publications. However, sources rarely mention the fact that as a result of this transformation, another process is transforming our surroundings, surpassing all existing decision-making frameworks: metropolisation.
The aim of this seminar is to analyse the impact of the emergence of metropolitan spaces on governance, social cohesion and the quality of life of their inhabitants. How can these new spaces for metropolitan governance also create metropolitan identities and get citizens involved in their construction? What data and studies do we have on inequalities and the lack of social cohesion in metropolitan areas? How can we go beyond quantitative data and analyse the conditions and quality of life of the metropolitan population? In order to do so, we will mobilize the experiences of governments and institutions that work on these kinds of issues with data on a metropolitan level.
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Thu27Jun201912:00 - 14:00Madrid, Spain
Debate: "The role of the European Union in Technological and Commercial War" (Elcano, Spain)
Elcano Debates: The role of the European Union in Technological and Commercial War, 27th June 2019
This debate shall concern the role of Europe in the rapidly evolving international economic landscape. Participants shall seek to define a European role in a world economy which promises to move away from the liberal international order of the second half of the twentieth century, and towards a re-emergence of nationalism, among other phenomena. The debate, chaired by the director of the Elcano Royal Institute, shall feature Lourdes Casanova, director of the Emerging Markets Institute, as well as Senior and Principal investigators of the Royal Institute.
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Sun30Jun2019Faculty of Social Sciences University of LJUBJANA
Adriatic Sea Summer University (CIFE, France)
Prices: 450 euros (courses, visits and accommodation)
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Mon01Jul2019Bruges & Brussels
Intensive Seminar on the EU (CoE, Belgium)
Bruges & Brussels, Belgium
1-12 July 2019
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Mon01Jul2019Bruges and Brussels, Belgium
Energy Union training course (CoE, Belgium)
Energy Union: This two-week executive training course embraces the logic of the Energy Union, thus putting energy consumers – i.e. businesses and households – at the centre of European energy systems and policy-making.
Bruges & Brussels, Belgium
1-12 July 2019
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Workshop, "From Findings to Market - Perspectives and Challenges for the Development of Gas Resources in the East Med" (IAI, Italy)
The recent gas discoveries that occurred off the coasts of Cyprus and Egypt confirm the relevant energy potential of the East Med region. Despite these positive events and the growing political and industrial interest of regional dynamics, the exploitation of these resources remains under question. In fact, commercial constraints as well as geopolitical tensions, still hinder the transformation of the East Med from a reserve-rich area to an export region. What are the main steps to be undertaken to allow this to occur? What are the local, regional, and global factors that can speed up these dynamics and boost the energy role of the East Med? How can the European Union and its member states promote greater cooperation in the region? What are the options to constructively engage Turkey, a key actor in the area, into the energy picture? Workshop organised within the framework of the project Global Turkey in Europe.
1 July 2019
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Thu04Jul2019PARIS – SCIENCES PO
Construire les politiques de lutte contre la pauvreté urbaine à partir du terrain (Sciences Po, France)
Construire les politiques de lutte contre la pauvreté urbaine à partir du terrain : De l’analyse de la mise en œuvre des politiques publiques à l’identification des processus d’insertion sociale et économique, Colloquium, Paris 4-5 July 2019
Organisé dans le cadre du programme de recherche MARG-IN, qui est financé par l’Agence nationale de la recherche, ce colloque entend contribuer aux débats en cours sur la lutte contre la pauvreté en identifiant, à partir de l’examen des jeux d’acteurs liés à la mise en œuvre des politiques, les processus d’insertion sociale et économique qui pourraient servir de base à la construction de nouveaux dispositifs en phase avec la demande sociale et avec les réalités locales.
Il se déroulera à Paris les 4 et 5 juillet 2019. Pendant ces deux jours, les chercheurs seront invités à échanger leurs points de vue avec les acteurs institutionnels, les acteurs de terrain (professionnels de l’action sociale et militants associatifs) et les personnes en situation précaire. Ces échanges serviront de base à l’écriture d’un texte commun jetant les bases d’une approche de la lutte contre la pauvreté « par le bas », et à large diffusion.
Plus d'information ici: https://www.sciencespo.fr/centre-etudes-europeennes/sites/sciencespo.fr.centre-etudes-europeennes/files/Colloque%20%27Lutte%20contre%20la%20pauvrete%CC%81%27%204-5juil.%202019.%20Paris.%20Appel%20a%CC%80%20communicationLA.pdf
Colloquium : Construire les politiques de luttes contre la pauvreté urbaine à partir du terrain ? De l’analyse de la mise en œuvre des politiques publiques à l’identification des processus d’insertion sociale et économique (Sciences Po, France)
July 4 & 5, Colloquium : Construire les politiques de luttes contre la pauvreté urbaine à partir du terrain ? De l’analyse de la mise en œuvre des politiques publiques à l’identification des processus d’insertion sociale et économique, organized by Sciences Po, Centre for European Studies and Comparative Politics, Université de Tours, CITERES, Université de Poitiers, MIGRETER, with the support of Sciences Po, Urban school and Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Evaluation of Public Policies
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Mon08Jul2019Tbilisi - Georgia
Black Sea Summer Programme (CIFE, France)
Prices: 450 euros according to conditions (courses, accommodation and visits)
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Meeting: BRaVE Second Project Meeting (RSCAS – EUI, Italy)
BRaVE Second Project Meeting, 8-9 July 2019, European University Institute
BRaVE: Building Resilience against Violent Extremism and Polarisation is an EU-funded research project researching the impact of, and means of responding to, extremism in nine different European countries. It aims to develop an integrated database of good practice response, as well as supporting the development of toolsets for building resilience to violent extremism and polarisation throughout Europe.
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Conference “WTO Case Law of 2018” (RSCAS-EUI, Italy)
This workshop undertakes a yearly analysis of all case law by the adjudicating bodies of the WTO (un-appealed Panel reports as well as Appellate Body reports). The Reporters Studies for 2018 will cover a wide range of WTO law, ranging from classic trade in goods issues to trade in services.
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Tue09Jul2019Fondation Universitaire, Rue d'Egmont 11, Brussels
TEPSA’s EU@Work Summer Seminar on the European Neighbourhood Policy
Funded by the Europe for Citizens programme of the European Commission, this 4-day seminar will offer 15 excellent Master students and graduates an opportunity to gain first-hand insights from researchers, EU practitioners, policymakers and officials on the current state of play and future prospects of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP).
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Competition Policy & High Tech Markets Course (CoE, Belgium)
Competition Policy & High Tech Markets: The Competition Policy & High-Tech Markets course serves to understand how competition law can be an effective tool to further the objective of a single digital market in the European Union.
15-17 July 2019
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Mon15Jul2019Bruges and Brussels, Belgium
El-Hiwar Summer School on Euro-Arab Relations (CoE, Belgium)
The College of Europe is pleased to organise, in the framework of the EU-funded project El-Hiwar II, its first Summer School on Euro-Arab Relations.
Bruges & Brussels, Belgium
15-19 July 2019
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Summer University in Albania (CIFE, France)
Prices: 450 euros according to conditions (courses, accommodation and activities)
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Thu25Jul2019Bucarest and Slobozia
Summer University in Romania and Bulgaria (CIFE, France)
Location: Bucarest / Slobozia (Romania) et Silistra (Bulgaria)
Topic: L'Europe en tant que communauté de droit : l'Europe en crise
Date: 25 July to 1st August 2019
Working language: French
ECTS credits: 4,5
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7th European Neighbourhood Policy PhD Summer School (CoE, Poland)
The European Neighbourhood Policy PhD Summer School, organised annually by the ENP Chair of the College of Europe in Natolin, is a unique initiative aimed at supporting PhD candidates in developing their research on topics related to the European Union’s foreign policy with a specific focus on the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) and/or related to the EU’s eastern and southern neighbourhoods, i.e. North Africa and the Middle East, Eastern Europe and the South Caucasus.
The 2019 PhD Summer School is directed by the ENP Chair of the College of Europe in Natolin , in collaboration with the EFA and the Chair of Middle East Politics and Society at the University Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) , and with the support of the Standing Group on EU Politics of the European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR-SGEU) , and the Trans-European Policy Studies Association (TEPSA).
The aim of the ENP PhD Summer School is to provide PhD students with a unique programme combining lectures by world leading scholars, experts and practitioners, with the opportunity to present their PhD projects and benefit from expert advice and tailor-made feedback. It is destined to familiarize and deepen PhD students’ cross-disciplinary knowledge of European Foreign Policy analysis towards the EU’s southern and eastern neighbours, make them aware of specific regional and domestic dynamics in the EU’s neighbourhood, and equip them with relevant methodological and conceptual tools. In addition, the School helps PhD students and young academics to expand their personal and professional networks and benefit from the many high-level events that take place during the EFA 2019.
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7th European Neighbourhood Policy PhD Summer School
The European Neighbourhood Policy Chair at the Natolin campus of the College of Europe and the European Forum Alpbach (EFA) in collaboration with the Chair of Middle East Politics and Society at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU), welcome applications for the 7th ENP PhD Summer School: “The EU and its Southern and Eastern Neighbourhoods: Reconciling Liberty and Security”.
The Summer School will take place from 15 to 21 August 2019 in the mountainous Alpine village of Alpbach (Austria) and will be an integral part of the prestigious European Forum Alpbach (EFA) – an interdisciplinary platform for science, politics, business and culture, connecting international decision-makers from all sectors of society with committed young people and an interested audience.
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Mon09Sep2019Ohrid, North Macedonia
Balkans Summer University (CIFE, France)
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