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 of Sydney
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 focuses very practically on such emerging issues and aims to...
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. To build capacity and sustainability in EU Studies in the Asia Pacific region both...
The European Union Centre of Excellence at RMIT invites you to this online event to discuss Italy-European Union (EU) relations with the authors of the new book Italy and the European Union: A rollercoaster journey.
The book Italy and the European Union (2020) examines Italian foreign policy from 1945 to the present day and the role that domestic politics has influenced Italy’s role in European and international politics. The book discusses Italy’s contribution to European integration as well as how developments within the EU have also influenced Italian domestic politics....
An International Conference Athens, Greece, 25-26 May 2020. After the completion of the 2004/07 enlargement round and Croatia’s accession in 2013, the EU seems to have forgotten its other neighbours who are still hoping for an ‘EU future’. The hope that Western Balkan accession had become a priority on the EU agenda following European Commission President Junker’s optimistic State of the Union speech in 2017 has so far largely evaporated. Neither the Eastern Partnership nor enlargement to the Western Balkans were a topic in the campaigns for the European Parliament elections in May 2019. Moreover, Turkey’s accession to the EU...
The European Union Centre of Excellence at RMIT and Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia (CESAA) invite you to this online event to celebrate Europe Day 2020.
Ursula Von Der Leyen and the new College of Commissioners took office on 1 December 2019, alongside a new President of the European Council, Charles Michel. Since then they have released the European Green Deal only then to see the formal exit of the UK from the EU, and then the outbreak of COVID-19 with devastating consequences for many European citizens and significant disruption to the livelihoods of most Europeans.
There is a light at...
The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs (AIPA), EU Centre of Excellence at RMIT University, and Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia (CESAA) invite you to this presentation on the analysis of Poland’s contribution to European integration, and the developments and growth of the European Union (EU).
This presentation will also discuss the recent political changes taking place in Poland and its political, security and economic consequences for Poland, and its membership in the EU.
This presentation will focus on the analysis of Poland’s contribution to European integration, and the developments and growth of the European Union (EU).
It will also discuss the...
CALL FOR JOURNAL PAPERS
Special Issue for Australia and New Zealand Journal of European Studies
“Critical Reflections on European Education”
28 February 2020
The Australian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies (ANZJES), double-blind peer-refereed publication, provides a forum for discussion of contemporary European issues. This Special Issue titled: “Critical Reflections on European Education” focuses on the transformations of education systems, education policies and practices in the European countries, European Union member states as well as at the European Union-level. The area of study of European education provides an exciting laboratory for exploration of complex, multi-level system, policy and practice transformations. The national...
The Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia (CESAA) is calling for papers for the conference that will take place at RMIT University in Melbourne on 6 and 7 November 2019. The title of this conference is “Europe in a Year of Transition: Challenges and Opportunities”.
This conference offers scholars, early career researchers, students, policymakers, and those with an interest in European-Australia relations an opportunity to examine the various aspects of the European Union (EU), and Europe more broadly, in a context of continuity and change.
As the Brexit deadlock continues, and with current economic, social, cultural, political and environmental uncertainties in play,...