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EUI in Brussels


The European University Institute (EUI) plays a distinctive role in engaging with the world of practice, notably with the Brussels beltway as the European Union struggles to respond to and manage the multiple challenges it faces. The EUI has collaborated with EU Institutions in Brussels for many years, one of its founding aims being to 'foster the advancement of learning in fields which are of particular interest for the development of Europe'.

‘EUI in Brussels’ is therefore not a new programme, but its mission is to gather all of the Institute's relevant activities taking place in Brussels, under the same umbrella.   

Below is a dynamic list of EUI initiatives in 2018 which seek maximise the impact of our research at the policy-making level.

Workshops and conferences

19 January 2018
Seminar on ‘ Enforcing EU Electronic Communications Rules: Experiences and Challenges Ahead’, organised on behalf of the European Commission, DG CNECT
Florence School of Regulation Comms and Media (Professor Pier Luigi Parcu)                                                          Location: European Commission, Brussels.

Meetings and public hearings

6-7 March 2018
Participation of the Migration Policy Centre in the  European Migration Forum, dialogue platform on migration, asylum and migrant integration.
Location: European Economic and Social Committee 

20 February 2018
Presentation by Professor Bernard Hoekman, Director of the Global Economics research strand at Global Governance Programme, of a report on the ‘EU market access strategy’, at the European Parliament INTA Committee
Location: European Parliament

2 February 2018
Kick-off meeting for new project: ‘Fostering Awareness, Inclusion and Recognition of EU mobile citizens’ Political Rights’ (FAIREU) - DG Justice and Consumers action grant to a consortium of institutions, with the participation of Global Citizenship Observatory (GLOBALCIT).
Location: European Citizens Action Service (ECAS), Brussels

Executive training

12-16 March 2018
FSR-CEER Training on Introduction to Fundamentals of Energy Regulation
Florence School of Regulation Energy (Professor Jean-Michel Glachant) and the Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER)
Location: CEER - Council of European Energy Regulators 

23-24 January 2018
FSR Energy training 'Decarbonising Energy & Transportation: The Long and Short Term Legal Challenges'
Florence School of Regulation Energy (Professor Leigh Hancher).



Page last updated on 20 February 2018