University of Auckland
In March 2007, recognising the growing importance of Europe-New Zealand relations, and coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, The University of Auckland formally established The Europe Institute through a major award from the Vice Chancellor's University Development Fund. The Europe Institute is a multi-disciplinary research institute that brings together researchers from a large number of different departments, including Anthropology, Art History, International Business and Management, Economics, Education, European Languages and Literature, Film, Media and TV Studies, Law, and Political Studies.
The mission of the Institute is to promote research, scholarship and teaching on contemporary Europe and EU-related issues, including social and economic relations, political processes, trade and investment, security, human rights, education, culture and collaboration on shared Europe-New Zealand concerns.
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