The EU Budget after 2020 at CEPS Ideas Lab 2017 - Reconstructing the Union

'The EU budget... [was] designed as an internal financial transfer system to compensate perceived losers from European integration. While this was an historical necessity, in today’s more integrated EU... the budget needs to adapt to become an effective financial and fiscal instrument to face common pressing needs... The challenge lies in achieving this reform given the governance structures of the EU budget.' Reconstructing the Union was the fourth CEPS’ fourth big forum for debate, the Ideas Lab, which featured prominent speakers from different countries and policy domains.
Tuesday, 24 January, 2017

EUROSCI Network has an eye on Georgia

As part of its international expansion, the EUROSCI Network is currently monitoring the Georgian higher education market, with an eye on potential partnerships in that country. Georgia and the European Union have maintained relations since 1996 in the INOGATE framework, and in 2006 a five-year "Action Plan" of rapprochement was implemented in the context of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP). A more comprehensive Association Agreement entered into force on 1 July 2016.

Lecture by Nina Kouprianova on Russia's Natalism: From Heroic Mothers to Maternal Capital

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Nina Kouprianova (University of Toronto) gave a lecture by video-conference on Russian natalism on 6 July 2012 as part of the second edition of a summer course on The Future of the EU. After a recorded lecture with Spanish subtitles, which was a complete success, she was able to answer questions live asked by the audience at Universidade da Coruña.

Friday, 6 July, 2012

Diego Varela on the challenge of European integration for Ukrainian education

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Thursday, 25 October, 2018

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