AR-2018 picture coverThe Robert Schuman Centre Annual Report 2018 is out. Read about our activities of the last year. More information in the appendices

On 29 May we debated the outcome of the European elections. Find out more and watch the video recording of the roundtable discussion 'The most contested European elections ever? A read-out of the 2019 vote for the European Parliament'

Record: Our Voting Advice Application euandi2019, developed in collaboration with the University of Luzern, reached a record number of 1.28 million users, who completed the questionnaire. Read the news here.


On 3 and 4 June, we hosted the anniversary event of the European Consortium for Political Research. Have a look at some of the photos taken during the event. 

Earlier this year, participants of the 1998-1999 European Forum reconvened after 20 years to exchange views on the past, present, and future of the Welfare State. See what they discussed at the Recasting the Welfare State 20 Years Later Conference.

Have a look at our Schuman Shorts: a new one-minute video series, where academics explain a concept related to their research.  

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Focus on Brexit: our academics engage and debate on the meaning and implications of a UK departure from the EU. 

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(30 May 2019) Europe’s Citizens Say They Want a More Political EU, by Jean Pisani-Ferry, published on Project Syndicate

(30 May 2019) Power Shifts as European Elections Come of Age, by Brigid Laffan, published on The Irish Times

(29 May 2019) Italy's Drift Towards the Fascist Right is not as Inevitable as Salvini Wants You to Think, by Andrea Mammone, published on The Independent

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Page last updated on 18 June 2019