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In June 2016, the people of the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. As the EU's chief negotiator, for four years Michel Barnier had a seat at the table as the two sides thrashed out what Brexit would really mean. The result would change Britain and Europe forever.
The eight-year adjustment program followed by Greece in the aftermath of the 2010 crisis was concluded in the summer of 2018. While the Greek economy appeared to be on a path to an admittedly weak recovery after 2017, in 2020 it was hit by another major negative shock, that of COVID-19 which has caused another deep recession.
A meeting celebrating the life of one of the federalist pioneers, Alexandre Marc.
In this Research Seminar, the speakers will present the findings of the Research Project 'Youth and Politics in Protracted Conflicts: a comparative approach on hope for a settlement and return of IDPs', funded by the A.G. Leventis Research Innovation Programme on Cyprus.
We live in a world that is subject to constant change and high-intensity shocks, therefore, a substantial need arises for comprehending and strengthening the resilience capacity of territories. The last year marked a return of resilience to the forefront of public discourse and in recovery policies, at all levels, both European and global.
In this lecture, Sara Hobolt examines unique survey evidence to explore the short-term and long-term impact of Brexit on public attitudes towards the European Union.
The EU is betting on its ability to become greener and more sustainable. To slash its emissions by at least 55% over the next ten years, the bloc is making full use of its Green Deal toolbox. But will this be enough for Europe to be a global leader in sustainability?
Following the UACES Annual Conference in September 2021, we are planning an author workshop through the UACES Research Network “The Role of Europe in Global Challenges: Climate Change and Sustainable Development”. The workshop participants will work towards a joint publication project, such as a special issue or an edited book.
The Centre for European Research, a Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence at Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL), is pleased to announce its second international conference as part of the NEXTEUK Project on the future of EU-UK relations, co-funded by the Erasmus + Jean Monnet Programme.