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2017 PROGRAMMES 


ITALY - UNIVERSITY OF EUI - 26 - 27 JANUARY 2017
   
The European University Institute organized a Workshop with the title 'How National Referendums are Challenging the EU'.  The Roundtable Workshop explored what we know and what we need to know about the way in which the recent round of national referendums from Greece and Switzerland to the UK are beginning to challenge the institutions and policies of the European Union.

> Enrique BARÓN CRESPO, FMA President & Monica BALDI, FMA Board Member and responsible for relations with the EUI  


ITALY- SECONDARY SCHOOLS EU - 20 FEBRUARY - 15 MAY 2017

 

The Historical Archives of the European Union (HAEU) launched a new educational programme called: “A New Treaty for Europe”. It is designed for high schools and 16 school classes from 10 different Florentine metropolitan schools will participate in the project.
The programme is intended to explain the main features of the European integration process, the functioning of the EU institutions and the EU’s Educational policies.

Monica BALDI , Andrea MANZELLA, FMA Board Members & Vitaliano GEMELLI, , Riccardo GAROSCI, Riccardo VENTRE, Cristiana MUSCARDINI, FMA Members

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CROATIA - UNIVERSITY OF ZAGREB - 29 - 30 MARCH 2017

 

The University of Zagreb will organize in March an event which will consist on lectures for undergraduate students attending course Commercial Law within the BDIB (Bachelor Degree in Business) Programme in English  and Commercial Law and Law of International Trade in Croatian.

> Alessandro BATTILOCCHIO, FMA Member

 

 


MOROCCO - MOHAMMED VI POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY - 29 - 31 MARCH 2017
   

 

The University will invite one former Member to the University to participate in a "Round Table", and the title of the event will be "Geopolitics of the Mediterranean" and the subject will be "Violence and conflicts in the Middle-East, external relations of the Union and security policy of the European Union".

>Alexandra THEIN , FMA Member

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ESTONIA - UNIVERSITY OF TARTU - 29 - 30 MARCH 2017

     

Keynote speech entitled 'The Future of Europe: Challenges & Perspectives' within the framework of the 3rd Eastern Platform - Tartu Seminar ' A divided continent in times of crisis: In search for a common language'; lecture about EU's foreign affairs and global role in the framework of the course 'Theories of European Integration', taught in spring semeser 2017.

> Henrik LAX, FMA Member

 

 


HUNGARY - UNIVERSITY OF SZEGED - APRIL - MAY 2017


The University will invite one former Member to the University to deliver a conference.

 The event will consist on lectures for undergraduate students attending course of international economics and international relations.

 The area of specialisation will be expertise in Schengen area and all the relevant topics: security, economy, human rights, legislation, migration / refugee policy or law.

The event will offer the chance to discuss economic and political consequences of the current situation, and will try to find innovative answers concerning the refugee / migrant crisis. Restoring the Schengen area, without controls at internal borders, the system has in recent months been shaken to its core by the challenge of facing the largest refugee crisis since World War Two;

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ITALY - UNIVERSITY OF LUISS SUMMER SCHOOL - 14 JULY 2017

   

The 2017 edition of the Summer School is devoted to Parliaments, democratic accountability and budgetary powersThe first week (10th-14th July) focuses on national budgets and parliaments in relation to the EU and the new economic governance and the second week (17th-21st July) on the EU budget and the role of the European Parliament.

At the end of the first week of the course, on Friday 14 July, h. 15.00-16.30, the University will organise a Roundtable on What has been implemented of the Five Presidents’ Report of 2015: the democratic commitments.

Enrique BARÓN CRESPO , FMA President 

 

 

 

 


Henry LAX lecture (96 kb)