Click to see the poster and the draft programme.
The Europaeum consortium has just launched a brand new joint initiative which will link leading European universities to create a new EUROPAEUM MA PROGRAMME, combining all the strengths and specialisms of all the partner institutions, to provide potential students with a unique learning experience.
Rights and Citizenship in Europe: are we really equal?
The event kicks off on September 2nd, with 28 graduates already confirmed as participants from nine Europaeum universities. Key themes will include human rights, minority rights, mobility and migration, environmental rights and national identities. Experts taking part include Professor Jaume Casals, Professor of Philosophy and Rector of UPF Barcelona, Professor Aida Torres and Professor Josep Ferrer at UPF Barcelona, Professor Hartmut Mayer from Oxford, and many practitioners including speakers from Greenpeace and SOS Racism, Ada Colau, and Alain Servantie, former head in DG Enlargement at the European Commission. Click here. for the draft programme. Click here for a current list of participants. This summer school – the 20th in our series - will bring together experts from law and justice, think tanks, NGOs and universities, to discuss key questions over five days of talks, panels, working groups, debates role-playing and discussions.
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2013 Annual Conference European society and social solidarity: Is Europe fragmenting?
June 12th-14th, 2013: The University of Paris 1 - Panthéon - Sorbonne
The Europaeum will host our annual international conference with a linked graduate seminar organised by the Europaeum consortium. This conference will set out to explore the nature of current “cracks” and divisions in European society, in European civic and urban life, and in European culture. Questions will include: What did Europe stand for and what does it stand for today? What shadows do our memories cast today? What does the post-War, post Cold War generation believe in? How and why have faith based controversies emerged again? How has migration led to cultural controversies and clashes? Is the rise of the right a symptom of anxiety and fear of change?