Centre for European Studies - News

05
Jun
2017

The EU-Australia Relationship: Plus ça Change…

By Professor Jacqueline Lo, Director, ANU Centre for European Studies, and Dr Annmarie Elijah, Associate Director, ANU Centre for European Studies Australia’s relationship with the EU has come a long way but room for improvement remains, including the absence of a formal trade agreement. Australian... Read more

24
May
2017

ANU Centre for European Studies Update, January - May 2017

It has been a busy year so far at the ANU Centre for European Studies (ANUCES). We’d like to update you on some of our key activities that have taken place from January to May 2017, and we invite you to read our publications and listen to recordings of our lectures and seminars. Download a PDF of... Read more

05
May
2017

Europe Day 2017

Europe Day , held on 9 May every year, celebrates peace and unity in Europe. The date marks the anniversary of the historical ' Schuman declaration '. At a speech in Paris in 1950, Robert Schuman, the then French foreign minister, set out his idea for a new form of political cooperation in Europe,... Read more

28
Apr
2017

Dr John Besemeres, guest of honour & speaker at 2017 Polish Constitution Day dinner

ANU Centre for European Studies Research Fellow Dr John Besemeres is this year's guest of honour and speaker at the Polish Constitution Day Commemorative Dinner , addressing the topic 'Poland in the New World Disorder' . This prestigious event has taken place annually since the inaugural event in... Read more

21
Apr
2017

Applications now open for the 2nd Australian–French Entrepreneurship Challenge

The call for applications to participate in the second Australian–French Entrepreneurship Challenge is now open. The deadline for applications is 9am (AEST) Monday 8 May 2017 . Today’s PhD students are the drivers of tomorrow’s Australian innovation economy Australian PhD students are future... Read more

19
Apr
2017

Call for papers - Fulfilling the Vision: European Union Futures

Many observers are professing increasing scepticism about the future of the European Union (EU). The lingering economic malaise, the exit of the United Kingdom and the apparent divisions between western and central European Member States seems to undermine the capacity of the EU to offer credible... Read more

11
Apr
2017

De Gruyter and Publishing Partners support fact-based analysis

De Gruyter and a number of prestigious university presses are making books and journal articles across nine topical areas freely available until the end of 2017 on degruyter.com. Broadening access to these areas of scholarship enables more people, including non-academics, to address these issues in... Read more

06
Apr
2017

Systemic Integration between Climate Change and Human Rights in International Law?

ANU Centre for European Studies Visiting Fellow Dr Ottavio Quirico from the University of New Engand, NSW has published an interesting article in the Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights entitled 'Systemic Integration between Climate Change and Human Rights in International Law?' 2017, Vol. 35(I)... Read more

31
Mar
2017

Which are the next walls to fall? Calling for young researchers and professionals to showcase their ideas

Falling Walls Lab Australia calls for talented young researchers and professionals to showcase their most innovative ideas at Falling Walls Lab Australia 2017. The Lab is a platform for excellent young researchers, Bachelor, Master and PhD students, postdocs, young professionals, entrepreneurs and... Read more

31
Mar
2017

'The West Verandah: The Life and Work of Les Murray' edited by Dr Sonia Mycak

Les Murray is Australia’s leading poet and one of the greatest contemporary poets writing in the English Language. Presenting the work of critics and scholars from both Australia and abroad, this collection creates a synergy between local and international perspectives on the life and work of Les... Read more

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