FEUTURE Mid-term Conference, Barcelona

On 19-20 October 2017, the FEUTURE project partners will gather in Barcelona in order to discuss their research activities and first results. The conference will also involve relevant stakeholders and feature keynote speeches from experts. More information will soon be […]

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FEUTURE country reports now available

The first EU 28 Country Reports are now available on the FEUTURE website. The reports, based on a common questionnaire, aim to map the debates and perceptions on EU-Turkey relations in the 28 EU Member States. The reports form part of […]

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European Parliament workshop on “Human rights in Iran after the nuclear deal: Business as usual or time for change?”, contributions by Giulia Bonacquisti, Nazila Ghanea and Firouzeh Nahavandi

TEPSA coordinated the participation of two academic experts, Nazila Ghanea (University of Oxford) and Firouzeh Nahavandi (Université Libre de Bruxelles) in a workshop on Human rights in Iran after the nuclear deal: Business as usual or time for change? organised jointly by the […]

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European Parliament Workshop on “Afghanistan: Challenges and Perspectives until 2020”, contributions by Giulia Bonacquisti, Mona Kanwal Sheikh, Arne Strand and Victor Tanzarella

TEPSA coordinated the participation of two academic experts, Mona Kanwal Sheikh (Danish Institute for International Studies) and Arne Strand (Chr. Michelsen Institute), in a workshop jointly organised by the European Parliament’s Committees on Foreign Affairs (AFET) and Development (DEVE) together with the European […]

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FEUTURE Steering Group meeting

Brussels, 8 February 2017 On 8 February 2017, the FEUTURE Steering Group met in Brussels in order to take stock of the project’s implementation and take decisions with regard to scientific aspects of the project. The FEUTURE Steering Group is composed […]

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FEUTURE Stakeholder meeting

FEUTURE Stakeholder meeting “2017: a make or break year for EU-Turkey relations?”, Brussels, 8 February 2017 On 8 February 2017, FEUTURE researchers had the chance to meet interested stakeholders from the European Commission, the European External Action Service and the […]

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FEUTURE’s Newsletter No. 3 | January 2017

The FEUTURE Newsletter No. 3 is accessible here.  The “FEUTURE – The Future of EU-Turkey Relations. Mapping Dynamics and Testing Scenarios” project, officially launched on 1 April 2016, is a TEPSA project on EU-Turkey relations that will last for three years (from 1 April 2016 […]

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The FEUTURE Consortium welcomes two new partners

The FEUTURE Consortium would like to warmly welcome The American University in Cairo and Sabanci University as new partners in the FEUTURE project! More –       The American University in Cairo (AUC) is an independent and private institution, fully accredited in […]

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FEUTURE Online Paper Series

The FEUTURE Online Paper Series has been launched with a first contribution by IAI visiting researcher Bilge Yabanci. In her paper “The future of EU-Turkey relations: between mutual distrust and interdependency” she discusses current political and social developments in Turkey and takes […]

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FEUTURE’s Newsletter No. 2 | October 2016

FEUTURE’s Newsletter No. 2 was published in October 2016 and is available here. The “FEUTURE – The Future of EU-Turkey Relations. Mapping Dynamics and Testing Scenarios” project, officially launched on 1 April 2016, is a TEPSA project on EU-Turkey relations that will […]

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Study for the European Parliament: “Monitoring the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals – The role of the data revolution”, by Neil Webster and Helle Munk Ravnborg

TEPSA has recently coordinated a study for the European Parliament’s Committee on Development (DEVE), authored by Neil WEBSTER and Helle Munk RAVNBORG, Senior Researchers at the Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS). The study deals with “Monitoring the implementation of the Sustainable […]

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European Parliament Workshop on “Human Rights in North Korea: accountability vs engagement?”, contributions by Veronika Bílková, Mariam Khotenashvili and Ramón Pacheco Pardo

  TEPSA coordinated the participation of two academic experts, Ramón Pacheco Pardo (King’s College London) and Veronika Bílková (Researcher at the Institute of International Relations, Prague) in the workshop on Human Rights in North Korea: accountability vs engagement? organized by […]

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PADEMIA Award Winners 2016

During the third PADEMIA Annual conference on 19-20 May 2016, prizes were awarded  in three different categories. Teaching Awards:   1st: Michael Kaeding, University of Duisburg/Essen for the seminar “NRW debattiert Europa” 2nd: Pierpaolo Settembri and Costanza Hermanin, College of […]

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FEUTURE Kick-off Conference in Istanbul, 26-27 May 2016

Taking Stock of EU-Turkey Relations: A Successful Kick-off for FEUTURE On 26 and 27 May 2016 the research project “The Future of EU-Turkey Relations: Mapping Dynamics and Testing Scenarios” (FEUTURE) funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme was officially launched. […]

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THESEUS-ECOPAS PhD Workshop 2016

Theseus-Eucopas PhD Workshop 2016 21-22 January 2016, Sciences Po Paris   On 21 and 22 January 2016, the Theseus-Eucopas PhD Workshop 2016 “Recovering from the Crisis? The Uncertain State of the EU” took place at Sciences Po Paris. It offered […]

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Share your News with the PADEMIA Community

Dear PADEMIA Community, Don’t forget to share your news with your colleagues! PADEMIA, via its website, mailing list and newsletter offers a splendid opportunity to make information on your work, research, events and publications available to a wide audience of […]

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PONT – Professional Training on EU Affairs

TEPSA has recently won an ERASMUS+/Jean Monnet Support to Institutions project, named PONT. PONT (Professional Training on EU Affairs) is a project that aims to provide a bridge connecting young academics and EU practitioners, in order to improve the employability […]

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THESEUS Award Lecture, 26 October 2015, Cologne

THESEUS Award Lecture by (Eliamep), 26 October 2015, Cologne On 26 October 2015, 7 pm, THESEUS Outstanding Award Winner 2014 Prof. Loukas Tsoukalis, ELIAMEP, and Prof., former director of the MPIfG, will speak at the Fritz Thyssen Foundation in Cologne on […]

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THESEUS Newsletter September 2015

The THESEUS Newsletter September 2015 is now available online.  Twice a year, it features interesting THESEUS project activities, informs about recent and upcoming events and introduces THESEUS partner institutions. The third edition of the newsletter contains the following information: FEATURE […]

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Study for the European Parliament: “Occupation/Annexation of a Territory: Respect for International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights and Consistent EU Policy”, by Pål Wrange and Sarah Helaoui

TEPSA has recently coordinated a study for the European Parliament Committee on Foreign Affairs, authored by Pål Wrange (Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden) and Sarah Helaoui (for Section 5.2). Situations of occupation are often among the most difficult conflicts to resolve, […]

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Study for the European Parliament: “Surveillance and Censorship: The Impact of Technologies on Human Rights”, by Ben Wagner, Joanna Bronowicka, Cathleen Berger and Thomas Behrndt

TEPSA coordinated a study for the European Parliament, authored by Ben Wagner, Joanna Bronowicka, Cathleen Berger and Thomas Behrndt (Centre for Internet and Human Rights, European University Viadrina, Germany). As human lives transition online, so do human rights. The main challenge […]

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Study for the European Parliament: “Cost of Corruption in Developing Countries – How Effectively is Aid Being Spent?”, by Jesper Johnson, Nils Taxell and Thor Olav Iversen

TEPSA has coordinated a study for the European Parliament, authored by Jesper Johnson, Nils Taxell and Thor Olav Iversen (CMI, Norway). Corruption undermines development and reduces the effectiveness of development aid. Illicit financial flows are a consequence of flourishing corrupt […]

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Study for the European Parliament: “Developing Operational Tools within the EU for a Comprehensive Approach to Prevent Electoral Violence”, by Holly Ruthrauff and Andrew Bruce

    TEPSA coordinated a study for the European Parliament, authored by Holly Ruthrauff, Adviser to the Elections Team, National Democratic Institute for International Affairs, Belgium and Andrew Bruce, Independent Consultant, UK. This paper discusses how EU institutions can better prevent […]

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THESEUS Summer School 2015 in Brussels, 22-26 June 2015

            THESEUS Summer School 2015   “Justice, Security and Liberty: Conflicting Goals?” 22-26 June 2015, Fondation Universitaire, Brussels To promote interdisciplinary and international networks among a new generation of Europeans, each year the THESEUS Summer School looks for […]

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THESEUS Activities end of 2014

THESEUS PhD Workshop at Sciences Po Paris On 17 October 2014 the THESEUS PhD Workshop takes place at Sciences Po Paris. The topic is ‚The EU after the Crisis’. The workshop is conducted by Prof. Renaud Dehousse, Centre d’études européennes, […]

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PADEMIA Workshops Fall 2014

In the upcoming months, three PADEMIA Workshops will take place. Firstly, our colleagues at the University of Macedonia in Thessaloniki will host a workshop on “The Rise of Political Extremism in and out of Parliaments”, from 2-3 October. At the […]

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Final year of the LISBOAN project

Three years after its establishment, the active work of LISBOAN ended on 30 September 2013. LISBOAN, an Erasmus Academic Network funded with support from the EU’s Lifelong Learning Programme, aimed to contribute to the establishment of a European research area […]

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