The Institute for European Studies of the ULB and CEVIPOL are launching a new series of seminars dealing with the state of the European integration and the future of the EU. By bringing together academics from a variety of disciplines with contrasting views on the current challenges of the integration process, this series of seminars seeks to shed light on the domestic situations in EU 28 (27) two years before the 2019 European elections and, on the other hand, to examine the political projects shaping the future of EU after Brexit.
Committed to its tradition, the IEE-ULB aims to create a space for substantive and pluralist discussions in English and in French with the academic and student community, experts and invited speakers from different EU Member States and with a variety of professional and academic backgrounds.
- Organiser: Ramona Coman, Director of the Institute for European Studies
- Moderator: Amandine Crespy, Associate Professor in Political Science and European Studies (ULB)
- With Christopher Bickerton, Reader in Modern European Politics, Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS), University of Cambridge
When ? 21 February 2018: 6pm to 7h30 pm
Where ? Room Spaak, Institut d’études européennes de l’ULB