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Programmes

The programmes of the Robert Schuman Centre conduct theoretical, normative, analytical and applied policy-oriented research in a number of domains, in line with the research agenda of the Centre.

 

 

cmpf78x78Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom

The Centre aims to enhance awareness on the importance of media freedom and pluralism, contribute to its protection and promotion and develop new ideas among stakeholders.

 

eudo100European Union Democracy Observatory

An independent and interdisciplinary academic organisation whose declared goal is to produce a permanent and periodic assessment of democratic practices within the EU.   

 

FSR_oneFlorence School of Regulation

A centre of excellence for regulatory policy in crucial sectors of the European economy: Energy and Climate, Communications & Media, Transport and Water.

 

med78x78Middle East Directions

A programme devoted to analysing the turbulent changes currently taking place in the Middle East and their impact on the region, its peoples, and its relationship with Europe.

 

 

ENTraNCE-stroke-01European Networking and Training for National Competition Enforcers

A tailor-made programme for competition officers and professionals dealing with competition law and economics, supported by private funding.

 

FBF-logoFlorence School of Banking & Finance

A European platform bringing together practitioners and academics from the Banking and Finance sector to develop a common culture of regulation and supervision in the European Union.

 

Global Governance ProgrammeGlobal Governance Programme

The Programme aims to carry out research on the regional and international governance developments and challenges and engage with the world of practice through policy dialogue.

 

MPC logoMigration Policy Centre

The Centre conducts advanced policy-oriented research on global migration, asylum and mobility and serves governance needs at European and global levels.

 

 

 See also Completed Projects.

 

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