FREE ONLINE EVENT
THURSDAY AUGUST 13, 12:30 – 2:00PM
Dr. Remy Davison – Monash University, Politics and International Relations
Dr Nina Markovic – Macquarie University
The European Studies Association Australia and New Zealand (ESAANZ) invites you to this free online event about the European Union Recovery Fund.
On the 21st of July EU leaders agreed a deal on the recovery package and the European budget for 2021-2027. Meeting physically in Brussels, EU leaders agreed on a €750 billion recovery effort to help the EU tackle the crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and on...
Swinburne University, EU Centre of Excellence at RMIT University, and the European Studies Association Australia and New Zealand (ESAANZ) invite you to:
REPORTING OF THE EU IN AUSTRALIA
Recent events in Europe and the European Union (EU) have been newsworthy. The migration crisis, the Brexit vote, ‘populist’ responses in elections, and the COVID situation have all encouraged reporting, with the Australian media giving greater attention to events in Europe than it usually does. What sources have the Australian media used for reporting on these issues? How...
The European Studies Association Australia and New Zealand (ESAANZ), the European Union Centre of Excellence at RMIT University, and the Australian Institute of Polish Affairs (AIPA) invite you to this online presentation and discussion on the recent Polish president election.
The guest speakers will discuss the election results and the implications for Polish society as well as the important EU-Poland relationship.
Please register your interest via eventbrite for this FREE event. For more information please refer to the flyer
Professor Emeritus Jan Pakulski University of Tasmania & Collegium Civitas (Warsaw)
Dr Robert Mezyk Australian Catholic University & University...
Disclaimer: This ‘event’ is a visiting fellowship application with the Australia National University (ANU)
EU–Australia economic cooperation is entering an ambitious new phase. This is taking place in the context of the shifting international economic landscape and there is an increasing focus on climate change as an absolute priority. Technological advances and global value chains have redefined traditional flows of goods, capital and services across borders and tested the limits of
established international institutions of economic cooperation. The COVID-19 pandemic has, of course, added additional complexities to these relationships.
The Centre of Excellence...
The European Union Studies Association Asia Pacific (EUSA AP) is inviting papers for the annual conference and postgraduate student workshop. The conference is entitled:
EU’s institutional leadership and the new priorities and challenges for the EU27
Thursday, 25th and Friday, 26th June 2020
Christchurch, New Zealand
Papers are welcome from a broad multidisciplinary perspective that investigate these questions from both, an European and Asia Pacific perspective. This annual conference also serves as the 20th anniversary celebration of the National Centre for Research on Europe (NCRE) at the University of Canterbury, the host of the conference....