Agenda

  • Tue
    31
    Mar
    2020

    Online Workshop: "Bank-Fintech Collaboration and Outsourcing Arrangements: The Case for a Mentorship Regime" (RSCAS-EUI, Italy))

    03:00Online

    In this online seminar by the Florence School of Banking and Finance, Luca Enriques and Georg Ringe make the case for a “mentorship regime”, which provides for a reliable regulatory framework for partnership agreements between fintech firms and established banks.

    Find out more here.

  • Fri
    03
    Apr
    2020

    International conference: "Baltic EU Conversations 2020: Reinventing Europe?" (LIIA, Latvia)

    Riga, Latvia

    On 3 April 2020 at the Parliament of the Republic of Latvia, Jēkaba Street 6/8, the Latvian Institute of International Affairs (LIIA) in cooperation with Representation of the European Commission in Latvia and the Parliament of the Republic of Latvia will hold an annual high-level international conference: "Baltic EU Conversations 2020: Reinventing Europe?"

    This will be the fifth year for “Baltic EU Conversations,” the largest EU-themed high-level international conference in the Baltic states. Every year, speakers are selected to represent the diversity inherent in European Union decision-making – the conference draws the participation of the highest-ranking officials, influential politicians, think-tankers and academia from the EU member states and various EU institutions.

    We encourage you to have discussions throughout the day, live streaming options will be available. To participate in face-to-face discussions, please confirm your participation by completing the registration form over here.

    3 April 2020

    Riga

    The agenda as of 3 March 2020 is available here.

  • Mon
    13
    Apr
    2020

    Online Course: "Cultural Heritage and the City" (RSCAS-EUI, Italy)

    Online

    Today, cities are creating their own heritage through museums, galleries, markets of artistic goods, and urban networks. This course by the Global Governance Programme will explore what is meant by urban cultural heritage and key concepts related to it.

    Cultural heritage is usually discussed in national or religious terms: we speak of Italian culture, Greek civilization, Islamic art, and so on. But today cities are creating their own heritage through museums, galleries, markets of artistic goods, and urban networks. Cities project themselves as cultural hubs representing and connecting entire regions, for example Doha and the UAE, Singapore and Southeast Asia, Los Angeles and North America.

    Using these and other examples, through this course you’ll explore exactly what is meant by urban cultural heritage and key concepts related to it.

    Find out more here.

  • Mon
    01
    Jun
    2020

    Seminar: “EU Project Management” (College of Europe, Bruges)

    Bruges, Belgium

    The seminar “EU Project Management: the management of projects from A to Z” will take place in Bruges from 1 to 5 June 2020 and is organized by the College of Europe Development Office.

    This seminar is an interactive journey through the lifespan of European projects, from EU funding to tender writing, project implementation and evaluation. Participants will gain a comprehensive knowledge of the essential techniques for successful, cost-effective management of EU projects. This is a particularly pertinent course for those wishing to understand the EU funding process in these most uncertain economic times.

    Bruges, Belgium

    1- 5 June 2020

    More information available here.

  • Mon
    08
    Jun
    2020

    Training: "Monitoring and Evaluation - Towards effective Monitoring and Evaluation for EU-funded projects" (College of Europe, Bruges)

    Bruges, Belgium

    This technical and interactive training programme presents the purpose of M&E and useful practices. The objective of this course is to ensure that participants are thoroughly acquainted with the main principles and techniques of M&E of EU-funded projects.

    Bruges, Belgium

    8-10 June 2020

    More information available here.

  • Thu
    25
    Jun
    2020

    German 2020 Pre-Presidency Conference (IEP, Germany)

    Berlin, Germany

    At the conference, TEPSA recommendations for the German EU Council Presidency and “young ideas” from the #EngagEUrCouncil project will be presented and discussed. The subsequent panel discussion will focus, among other things, on the differentiated future of the EU after Brexit. High-ranking representatives from politics and civil society as well as members of the IEP Academic Advisory Board will take part in the event. An invitation to the TEPSA network with further information regarding the registration will be sent at the end of January.

    Berlin, Germany

    25-26 June 2020

  • Mon
    29
    Jun
    2020

    Seminar: “Intensive Seminar on the EU”(College of Europe, Bruges)

    Bruges, Belgium

    All you need to know about the EU, its decision-making process and policies! Choose the three-, two- or one-week course tailored to your level of experience.

    Bruges, Belgium

    29 June -17 July 2020

    More information available here.

  • Mon
    06
    Jul
    2020

    Training: "EU Energy Policy" (College of Europe, Bruges)

    Bruges, Belgium

    After four successful editions of the two-week executive training course on the “Energy Union”, for 2020 we have developed a new one-week programme which will give participants a thorough understanding of EU energy policies and governance (including the Clean Energy for All Europeans Package), affected also by international climate change concerns.

    Bruges & Brussels, Belgium

    6-10 July 2020

    More information available here.

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