Annual Report 2016
"The year 2016 proved to be an intense and dynamic year for the Robert Schuman Centre"
Focus on Brexit: Since the UK referendum on Brexit, academics from the Schuman Centre have engaged and debated on the meaning and implications of a UK departure from the European Union.
Photo gallery: 'Rejected Europe. Beloved Europe. Cleavage Europe?',18-19 May with Liesbet Hooghe, Brigid Laffan and Gary Marks.
Photo gallery: 'EU International Cultural Relations: A Strategic Approach', 18-19 May with Anna Triandafyllidou and Tamás Szűcs.
FSR Communications & Media Annual Conference: Quo Vadis Regulation? on 30 June.
The video recording from the conference on How National Referendums Are Challenging the EU held in January 2017 are available online.
'In Brussels, leaders wait defiantly and nervously for Trump', Richard Maher, Global Governance Programme, published on The Conversation Global, 25 May 2017
Project: Florence School of Regulation – EU Energy and Law Policy Area
Deadline: 31 May 2017
Antisemitism and Islamophobia in Europe : a shared story?, James Renton
Report on citizenship law : Malaysia and Singapore, Choo Chin Low
The emerging order of interparliamentary cooperation in the EU: functional specialization, the EU speakers conference, and the parliamentary dimension of the council presidency, Ian Cooper
Addressing demand in the context of trafficking in the domestic work sector : perspectives from seven European countries, Final report, Alexandra Ricard-Guay
Florence School of Banking and Finance
European Research Council Projects
EU BORDER CARE
WILLING TO PAY
on Migration, Citizenship and Demography
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