Graduate Forum Research Conference 2022 in Maastricht
The 2022 conference was held at Maastricht University on 23-24 June. To look upon past, present and possible futures for Europe from an academic perspective master's students, doctoral students and early-career researchers from across the field of European Studies were invited to submit paper and panel proposals addressing the theme of 'Maastricht at 30: What next for Europe?'.
EU Foreign Policy 30 Years After the Maastricht Treaty
The keynote took place in Maastricht, on 23 June 2022 at 9:00 am as part of the Graduate Forum Research Conference 2022. Dr Gergana Noutcheva looked at EU Foreign Policy 30 years after the Maastricht Treaty. Dr Carlos Bravo-Laguna chaired the session.
The event was funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union and Studio Europa.
In between sessions is always a good opportunity to network with others!
30 Years Since the Signing of the Maastricht Treaty
The panel took place in Maastricht, on 23 June 2022 at 18:00 as part of the Graduate Forum Research Conference 2022. The panellists looked back at the historical processes that led to the signing of the Treaty, the changes that it precipitated across Europe and its legacy today. They also considered what the future looks like for the European project at a time of rising populism and war on our continent. Roundtable
Chair: Prof Esther Versluis, Maastricht University
Speakers: Andrew Duff (former MEP), Noelle O’Connell (CEO, European Movement Ireland), Prof Mathieu Segers (Maastricht University)