ESAANZ Event Reports

ITALIAN ELECTION 2018: Who won, what does it mean and can Italy be governed?

March 8, 2018
Italy goes to the elections on 4 March in a state of ongoing uncertainty on the back of a protracted “Grand Coalition” government just announced in Germany. Exit polls in Italy indicate that there will be no clear winner and some form of coalition will be required to give Italy a functional government whatever that might be. Italians in Australia will also need to cast their vote in the Italian elections to elect their new representatives for their own electoral college of Africa, Asia, Oceania and Antarctica (AAOA). How will Italians in Australia vote? What impact will votes from abroad have...

Understanding Geographical Indications - Panel discussion

March 7, 2018
Geographical Indications (GIs) are expected to be one of the more contentious issues in forthcoming trade negotiations between the EU and Australia and New Zealand. This presentation and panel discussion provides an opportunity to understand the key issues. Presenter Mr John Clarke Chief Agricultural Trade Negotiator for the EU–Australia Free Trade Agreement, and Director for International Relations at Directorate-General Agriculture, European Commission Mr John Clarke is the Director for International Relations at DirectorateGeneral Agriculture at the European Commission. He was previously Head of the European Union Delegation to the World Trade Organization and the United Nations in Geneva. He joined...

ITALIAN ELECTION 2018: Instability, uncertainty & Euroscepticism? HEAR THE CANDIDATES

February 14, 2018
Italians in Italy and abroad cast their vote in Italian elections scheduled for 4 March 2018 to elect their new representatives in the Italian parliament. As we speak, Italians in Australia are receiving their electoral ballot papers and will have the opportunity to cast their vote for their own college of Africa, Asia, Oceania and Antarctica. How will Italians in Australia vote? What impact will votes from abroad have in Italy? This forum will provide a platform for candidates standing in the Election in Australia’s Electoral College to illustrate their program and political agenda. The forum will also address the governability...

Test Event

December 5, 2020
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No events are scheduled at this time


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And that concludes ESAANZ 2020 online conference!

We'd like to say a huge thank you to all of our speakers for their participation in this event and their wonderful contributions to understanding the EU in 2020!

We can't wait to see you all next year. Until next time!

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