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

Just out: read the Anniversary Issue of the Monitor: Global Intelligence on Racism.

We are looking for an outstanding scholar to the new Ernst B. Haas Chair of European Governance and Politics. Deadline for applications: 29 April 2019. 

'Walking with the Caravan: Central American Exodus of 2018' A one month photo exhibition by Livia Radwanski launches on 20 March at the European University Institute. Everyone is welcome!

Join us for the Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom Summer School from 24 to 28 June 2019 in Florence. This year's focus: 'Covering Political Campaigns in the Age of Data, Algorithms and Artifical Intelligence.' Apply now!



Apply now to join the 15th Migration Summer School  from 24 June to 5 July in Florence on 'Bridging the Gaps: Connecting Research, Public Debates and Policy-Making on Migration. Deadline: 24 March.

Our new project SPACEU 2019 is up and running. It provides European citizens with detailed information on how to vote in the upcoming EP elections.

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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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(20 March 2019) May’s way, the highway or … a Brexit delay? The view from Europe, by Brigid Laffan, published on The Guardian

(8 March 2019) UK realising EU is dominant power in Europe and Brexit will be on its terms, by Brigid Laffan, published on The Irish Times

(7 March 2019) L’immigrazione oltre la crisi dei rifugiati. Perché è importante per il futuro dell’Europa by Tiziana Caponio, published on La Repubblica

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