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Understanding EU Trade - Melbourne Workshop
Trade negotiations between Australia and the European Union are underway. This EU funded Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Project aims to help Australian policy makers, industry and civil society understand European Union trade policy.
The training will include:
an accessible explanation of
how the EU works and EU trade policymaking;
a panel discussion on issues and challenges for the proposed Free Trade Agreement;
details on key current issues such as Geographic Indications, Investor-State Dispute Settlement, Services and Agricultural Trade; and
information on how to find out more.
9.15am, Arrivals and coffee
9.30am, Welcome and introductions: Dr Annmarie Elijah, ANU Centre for European Studies (Introductory remarks and course objectives)
9.45am, Who’s who in the EU? And how does EU trade policy work? Dr Annmarie Elijah, ANU Centre for European Studies (Presentation and Q&A)
10.45am, Morning tea
11am, Investor-State Dispute Settlement: What is the EU position? Ivana Damjanovic, ANU Centre for European Studies (Presentation and Q&A)
11.45am, Australia-EU FTA: Issues and Challenges: Dr Maria Garcia, University of Bath and Professor Bruce Wilson, RMIT University (Panel discussion and Q&A)
This workshop is jointly presented by the ANU Centre for European Studies and the EU Centre at RMIT University. It is designed to support stakeholders from different organisations and sectors who may have little or no familiarity with the EU.
The ANU Centre for European Studies and the EU Centre at RMIT University gratefully acknowledge the support of the European Commission in providing this training in Melbourne.
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