Upcoming Events Calendar
View forthcoming events organised by the wider European Studies community.
Six years after the beginning of Europe’s so called ‘refugee’ or ‘migration’ crisis, we ask what has happened since and (how) has Europe changed? This event will explore Europe’s ‘refugee’ or ‘migration’ crisis, asking whether Europe has changed since, and what happened to the people who arrived and the policies that governed their arrival.
The Interplay between the EU's Return Acquis and International Law thoroughly examines how the EU’s return acquis is inspired by, and integrates, international migration and human rights law. It also explores how this body of EU law has shaped international law-making relating to the removal of non-nationals.
The Sport&EU 2020 Annual Conference has been CANCELLED. We hope to hold the 2021 conference in Rijeka and Opatija (Croatia), hosted by the Faculty of Law of the University of Rijeka on 17 and 18 June. Please save the date in your diaries.
The UACES Graduate Forum committee is pleased to invite submissions for the 2021 UACES Graduate Forum Research Conference. Paper and panel proposals are welcomed from PhD and Early-Career researchers worldwide, working in all areas of contemporary European Studies. This year’s conference will be held virtually from 17-18 June 2021. Sign up to be an audience member here: https://www.joinballoon.com/events/uaces-graduate-forum-research-conference
In discussion with Andrew Murray, the Master of the Rolls, Sir Geoffrey Vos, will be outlining the evolution of the civil justice system, including the potential of technology to alter fundamentally the administration of justice, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The aim of the workshop is to analyze the strategies of small states in European Union politics now that the many ‘new’ member states that joined since 2004 have had ample time to settle in.
Join in the launch of two important books about the future of European security, written by key scholars in the discipline.
In this seminar, we seek to confront racism in Ireland, the UK and the EU, interrogate its political, social and cultural consequences and explore possibilities for transformation. We will ask, in particular, what a deliberately anti-racist European Studies should look like, and the work that it should seek to do.
Gain insights to understand the current transformation of Europe with regard to diversity and migration.