Agenda

  • Thu
    29
    Oct
    2020

    "EU Fact Checking & EU Fact Finding", 29-30 October 2020 (College of Europe)

    Online Event

    The programme is recommended for officials, lobbyists, consultants, translators, information and communication managers and other professionals wishing to become more efficient in finding, discerning, and understanding information on the EU.

    Online, 29-30 October 2020

    Learn more here.

  • Thu
    29
    Oct
    2020

    Online Debate: “Euroscepticism in Europe”, 29 October 2020

    16:00Online Event

    On 29 October, TEPSA and the EP office in Madrid invite you to attend an online debate on “Euroscepticism in Europe”, discussing the history, models, and impacts of Euroscepticism across EU Member States. The debate takes place in the framework of the new TEPSA Book “Euroscepticism and the Future of Europe: Views from the Capitals”, edited by Michael Kaeding, Johannes Pollak and Paul Schmidt.

    The debate will shed light on the impact of Euroscepticism and new nationalist tendencies on national and EU policy making. Othmar Karas, Vice-President of the European Parliament, will deliver the opening remarks. The conference will be moderated by Paul Schmidt, Secretary General of the Austrian Society for European Politics, and will count on the participation of the following experts:

    • András Inotai, Research Professor of the Institute of World Economics (IWE CERS)
    • Eleonora Poli, Senior Fellow at the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI)
    • Céline Belot, Researcher at Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)
    • Ignacio Molina, Senior Analyst at the Elcano Royal Institute

    The event will be broadcasted live on YouTube and will have an approximate duration of 90 minutes. Attendees will be able to participate via chat. To confirm your attendance please register by clicking here. Once you register, you will be able to submit any questions or issues you would like to see addressed in the debate.

    Eurosceptic parties are in government across Europe, and they have considerable influence over the national debate. “Euroscepticism and the Future of Europe: Views from the Capitals” maps and analyses this phenomenon across the continent. Over 40 authors have given their expert views on Euroscepticism in the EU, in neighbouring countries, and in candidate countries. “Euroscepticism and the Future of Europe: Views from the Capitals” is a political travel guide, taking you on a tour through the political diversity of Europe. You can purchase the book here.

  • Tue
    10
    Nov
    2020

    TRACK Kick-off Conference: “The European Council: How to Study a Key Institution in Challenging Times”, 10 November 2020

    Online Event

    The TRACK Project is happy to announce that it will organise a joint online conference of CETEUS and TEPSA on 10 November 2020.

    The conference will feature a number of contributions from key researchers and stakeholders in European Council studies, including:

    • Lea Hopp (TRACK, University of Cologne)
    • Wolfgang Wessels (TRACK, University of Cologne)
    • Brigid Laffan (European University Institute & TRACK Advisory Board)
    • Herman van Rompuy (President European Council emeritus & Head of TRACK Advisory Board)
    • Wolfgang Wessels (TRACK, University of Cologne)
    • Agnieszka Cianciara (Polish Academy of Sciences & TRACK Advisory Board)
    • Jim Cloos (Secretary-General, Council of the European Union)
    • Christophe Hillion (NUPI & TRACK Advisory Board)
    • Nicoletta Pirozzi (Instituto Affari Internazionali)
    • Desmond Dinan (George Manson University & TRACK Advisory Board)
    • Julie Smith (Cambridge University, Member of the House of Lords & TRACK Advisory Board)
    • Uwe Puetter (Europa-Universität Flensburg & TRACK Advisory Board)

    TRACK (Teaching and Researching the European Council: Enhancing and Disseminating Knowledge on a Key Institution in Challenging Times) provides regular offers for teaching and research on the European Council (EUCO) as a key institution in the EU’s system.

    By offering a 4-star-program tracking the EUCO’s activities, TRACK aims to promote EU studies by a real-time analysis of the EUCO using a multidimensional approach; produce innovative online teaching modules for students and pupils; foster the exchange of ideas between academics, practitioners, the educational sector, civil society and the general public and to enhance knowledge of the EUCO and EU politics, also beyond higher education.

    Read the draft conference agenda here.

    You will find the registration link here soon.

  • Mon
    16
    Nov
    2020

    Seminar on Negotiations in Practice, 16-20 November 2020 (College of Europe)

    Online Event

    Towards effective negotiations with and within the EU

    The purpose of this seminar is to train professionals to become strategic and effective negotiators. It will enhance negotiation and communication skills that are used in interactions of different actors both between and within EU institutions, by means of interactive training sessions, workshops and simulation games.

    Learn more here.

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