Upcoming Events Calendar
View forthcoming events organised by the wider European Studies community.
The EU’s long-term budget, coupled with NextGenerationEU (NGEU), the temporary instrument designed to boost the post-COVID-19 recovery, was adopted on 17 December 2020. NGEU is to be the largest stimulus package ever financed in Europe.
Duncan Morrow is Professor in Politics at Ulster University in Belfast and is currently the Director of Community Engagement there. Professor Morrow’s interest in inter-community relationships in Northern Ireland/Ireland and questions of peace and conflict both in Ireland and internationally have shaped his University career.
In recent years, many countries have looked to increase minimum wages as part of a strategy to address labour market problems. This lecture will summarise these developments, what the impacts have been and what minimum wage policy should be in the future.
The ESSCA Space Talks were born out of a desire of ESSCA’s Europe-Asia Institute to open up its research topics to a wider audience: Europe, international relations, innovation through space policy issues, and sustainable development.
The Jean Monnet project NOVA-EU (Innovating and Transforming the European Union) addressed between 2019 to 2021 four key challenges that heavily impact the European Union’s governance structure, regulatory framework, identity and, most importantly, its future.
UACES AGM to discuss the business of the Association. 16:00-17:00 GMT. All UACES members welcome.
In two series of key note speeches followed by a panel discussion, speakers will consider how Enfranchising EU Citizens and internalising their perspectives and interests can support making national democracies in Europe more international and inclusive.
The Polish and other Constitutional Courts in context – constitutional identity as a poisoned chalice?
Can legal pluralism be overcome by constructive collaboration? We use the jurisprudence of the German, Italian and Polish constitutional courts as case studies in order to start a debate on this overarching question.
This event is an opportunity to reflect on the UK’s current position and where it needs to get to in order to meet these ambitions