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Event highlights 2016/ 2017

170622 Jean Monnet Fellowship Programme@25 Alumni Conference

22-23 June 2017: 'Jean Monnet Fellowship Programme @25 Alumni Conference'

Since 1992, the Robert Schuman Centre has hosted a large number of scholars under the auspices of the Jean Monnet Fellowship Programme, which remains one of the EUI’s flagship programmes. The Alumni Conference was an opportunity to re-connect with our former fellows and to mark 25 years of the programme.


16 June 2017: Terrorism & European Security Governance, conference 

In line with the Robert Schuman Centre's mission to promote dialogue with the world of practice, the conference organised by the Global Governance Programme and co-funded by NATO involved both well-known academics in the field of terrorism and security as well as officials from NATO, Europol and the European Commission.

FSR transport

16 June 2017: Regulatory Challenges for Smart Cities. 6th Conference on the Regulation of Infrastructures, annual conference

The Conference on the Regulation of Infrastructures is the annual event that brings together all the areas of the Florence School of Regulation. This 6th edition aimed to taking stock of the major challenges infrastructure regulation is currently facing in the context of smart cities.


25-26 May 2017: 'The Dynamics of Regional Migration Governance', conference

The two-day event organised by organised by the Migration Policy Centre, welcomed 29 papers from around the world for analysing and discussing the present and future of migration governance in North America, South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia Pacific. Presenters and attendees debated on the drivers of migration, free movement of workers, shifting political paradigms in migration policies, and asylum seekers and securitisation, amongst other topics.


18-19 May 2017: 'EU International Cultural Relations: A Strategic Approach', high level policy workshop

Culture has an important role to play both internally and externally, helping improve social cohesion and strengthening the EU’s role in the world. Organised within the framework of the Global Governance Programme. The workshop tackled these issues over two days and developed in three panels, ending with a roundtable on how to implement the nascent strategy.

FBF Annual Conf 2017

27 April 2017: 'The Changing Geography of Finance and Regulation in Europe', annual conference 

The topics of this year's annual conference of the Florence School of Banking and Finance focussed on the profound technological changes of the financial world. The advent of innovative technologies is unsettling the industry’s modus operandi which will soon enough disrupt the current practices of both supervisors and central banks. As a result of this, the geography of finance is evolving at a rapid pace. 


26-27 January 2017: How National Referendums Are Challenging the EU, roundtable workshop

The roundtable workshop explored what we know and what we need to know about the way in which the round of national referendums from Greece and Switzerland to the UK are beginning to challenge the institutions and policies of the European Union. 

161107 EP EUI Roundtable

7 November 2016: EP-EUI Roundtable - Evidence and Analysis in EU Policy-Making: Concepts, Practice and Governance 

The EP-EUI roundtable was co-organised by the Global Governance Programme and the European Parliamentary Research Services (EPRS). It brought together practitioners and academics who discussed recent developments in evidence-based policy-making. 

160923 WTF

23-24 September 2016, World Trade Forum: Behind-the-Border Policies and Global Trade, annual conference

The World Trade Forum is an annual event organised by the World Trade Institute (Bern), the Robert Schuman Centre with its Global Governance Programme and the CEPR Trade Policy Research Network. In 2016, the conference focused on the state of play in negotiating so-called 21st century trade agreements such as TTIP, the trade implications of Brexit, and challenges confronting the WTO. 

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