The accession of the countries of the Central and Eastern Europe was, since the adoption of Copenhagen criteria in 1993, contingent upon fulfilling various obligations, which included, along with adopting an extensive set of the European legislation known as acquis communitaire, achieving progress on such dimensions as a functioning democracy, rule of law, and the ability to undertake obligations of an EU...

  2018 Salzburg Conference in Interdisciplinary Poverty Research University of Salzburg, 13 & 14 September 2018   The Centre for Ethics and Poverty Research of the University of Salzburg (CEPR) organizes an annual conference since 2013. These conferences are interdisciplinary and open to all interested researchers, practitioners and policy makers. They aim to bring together current research...

According to the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the definition of the migration is “the movement of a person or a group of persons, either across an international border or within a State.” Migration has always been a debatable topic in terms of economic, cultural, nationality, security, and humanitarian aspects. Sometimes migrants are welcomed in the receiving countries;...

Second World War Research Group Annual Conference, 14-15 June 2018 Strand Campus, King’s College, London Keynotes: Professor Nicholas Stargardt (University of Oxford) and Dr Daniel Todman (Queen Mary University of London)   For the major Allied powers, the Second World War has long been seen as a ‘good’ war. This has led to a mythologised version of the conflict developing in the...

School of Advanced Study, Senate House London 21-22 June 2018 The Global Decolonization Workshop (GDW) is a new collaboration between the School of Advanced Study (University of London) and New York University.  It seeks to forge a global forum for knowledge exchange in the interdisciplinary field of decolonization studies.  This series was launched at the University of London in Paris (ULIP) in...

AU is happy to announce the selection of courses for the summer 2018 is now open.  This year AU offers 74 courses in English and 2 courses in Danish at Bachelor’s level or Master’s level within the following academic areas: Business Economics and Management, Communication, Culture and Society, Health, Law, Political Science, Science and Technology. Term I July 3rd – 20th July...

Organizer: Network of European Studies, Prof. Juhana Aunesluoma (NES Research Director) Dates: 7-23 August 2018 Credits: 5 ECTS   Target students: This course examines the populist spectacle from both theoretical and empirical perspectives, critically engaging with the most prevalent understandings of the term and encouraging students to think of its representations in a new light....

The Association for the Anthropology of Social Change and Development (APAD), Institute for Food and Resource Economics (Copenhagen University) and the Department of Social Sciences and Business (Roskilde University) organize an international conference on Migrations, Development and Citizenship. The conference will be held at Roskilde University, Denmark, 23-25 May 2018.   Topic: The current...

The Mediterranean lies at the heart of migration studies in Europe and, currently, it is a focal point of large-scale human displacement. This is both a global and a local challenge with major effects on origin and destination countries in terms of society and politics, and with important implications for border and diversity policies, and geopolitical strategies. The 2018 IMISCOE Annual Conference raises...

The univie: summer school will take place from July 14th to August 11th 2018. The four week program offers high level European Studies courses and the Austrian Arbitration Academy in the morning and German Language courses in the afternoon. The European Studies courses are held in English and focus on Europe and the European Union. They cover political, economic, and legal, but also historical and cultural...

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