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17Oct

Call for Applications - “Debating Moldova: Visegrad Counties and Moldova’s European Integration”

Call for Applications - “Debating Moldova: Visegrad Counties and Moldova’s European Integration”

https://cens.ceu.hu/news/2014-10-07/call-for-applications-%E2%80%9Cdebating-moldova-visegrad-counties-and-moldova%E2%80%99s-european-int

The Center for EU Enlargement Studies (CENS) of the Central European University opens a call for participation to join a unique, international, on-line student debate on the European future of Moldova and the Visegrad countries, which brings together 25 highly motivated students from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Poland and Slovakia. The debate is organized in the framework of the project entitled “Debating the European Union: Visegrad 4 Experience,” and is coordinated by MESA10, a Slovak NGO having a two-decade-long experience in supporting economic and social reforms aimed at building a free society based on respect for democratic principles and values.



The debate takes place on November 5 (Wednesday), 2014. The Budapest team will join the online debate from the Central European University (Budapest, Hungary). The five teams will discuss Moldova’s European association and integration prospects in light of the current security situation in Eastern Europe and the upcoming parliamentary elections in Moldova. The debate aims at connecting V4 university students with students from Moldova, and deepening their understanding on the issues in question while also strengthening their debating skills.

Send your CV and a short motivation letter (max. 1/2 page) in English to Zsuzsanna Vegh (veghzs@ceu.hu) by October 24, 2014.

06Oct

Call for Papers Workshop "EU POLITICS OF MEMORY", GLOBAL GOVERNANCE PROGRAMME/RSCAS (EUI) and COST Action IS1203

Call for Papers Workshop "EU POLITICS OF MEMORY", GLOBAL GOVERNANCE PROGRAMME/RSCAS (EUI) and COST Action IS1203

http://globalgovernanceprogramme.eui.eu/news-events/call-for-papers-eu-politics-of-memory/

Proposals for papers should contain a title and a brief summary (up to 300 words). Deadline for submission is 30th November 2014. Applicants should include a brief CV. Papers accepted will be taken into consideration for the publication agenda of the Working Group on Politics of Memory. Proposals should be uploaded at http://www.rscas.org/registration_form/?p=1425

Since its origin, the EU constructed a narrative based on the reconciliation among former enemies. 9th May symbolized the transit from confrontation and the end of WWII to reconciliation and European integration. This narrative went largely unchallenged. In the 1990s, some policies related to the remembrance of Holocaust added a new layer of memory policies. The 2004 enlargement triggered a certain conflict on these common grounds. On the one hand, applicant states had to adapt to existing mainstream EU memory policies as an implicit part of the acquis. On the other hand, politicians and intellectuals in acceding states demanded the development of policies which took into account the specific memories of Central and Eastern European States associated with the experience of totalitarian communist regimes. Claims for recognition of these memories emerged in different European institutional and non-institutional sites and actors used different strategies to further their claims. This workshop wants to explore the different dimensions involved in shaping EU memory policies: the conflicts on diverging and often contested memory facts and their projection to the EU/European level; the role of different group of actors as memory entrepreneurs at the supranational level, their cooperation and competition; the role of EU institutions; the strategies pursued by actors and institutions; the fitting of EU policies with national policies, etc. The workshop invites papers analyzing specific policy issues (denial of crimes, EU memory museum policies, comparing different national cases of actors/strategies in pursuing these European policies, theoretical papers, etc. Single country cases are not preferred although submissions may be considered and decided upon on the basis of their merits.

03Oct

Call for Papers 4th Joint Conference on Human Rights and Justice

Call for Papers 4th Joint Conference on Human Rights and Justice 8 – 10 June 2015

http://global-human-rights.org/HRJ.html

This joint conference will ask researchers and policymakers from academia, think tanks, IOs and NGOs to deal with various aspects of justice and human rights. Papers should highlight how and to what extent human rights in all aspects and levels of governance, law and decision making allow or deny access to justice. This may include questions regarding whether and to what extent the international human rights regime can address adequately the challenges of human rights implementation and justice, as well as how regional, national, and local mechanisms may address human rights challenges. Paper and panel proposals that also address the issues such as climate justice, transitional justice or cyber justice as well as access to justice and global distributive justice are welcome. Some of the questions to be addressed at the conference include:

•Are human rights and justice always compatible?

•How do we conceptualize the relationship between human rights and justice?

•What role does global distributive justice play in advancing human rights?

•How do we ensure that domestic justice systems address a wide range of human rights issues?

•Are international justice institutions (e.g. International Criminal Court, European Court of Human Rights, Inter-American Court, African Court on Human and People’s Rights) adequate for addressing human rights issues?

The deadline for submissions is 14 November 2014.

•How have norms regarding justice and human rights evolved?

03Oct

Call for Sections, 9th Pan-European Conference on International Relations

Call for Sections, 9th Pan-European Conference on International Relations Wednesday 23-Saturday 26 September 2015, Giardini Naxos, Sicily, Italy

http://www.paneuropeanconference.org/

Proposals for sections should include: 1) Name, institutional affiliation and email address of the proposed section chair(s) – maximum two chairs per section. 2) Proposed section title and summary of its theme(s) and rationale(s) (no more than 250 words). Please state here if your proposed section is to contain 5 or 10 panels. 3) Tentative indication of possible panels. We do not require a full list of panels, but we would like at least 3 suggested themes for a 5-panel proposal and 6 suggested themes for a 10-panel proposal, which would show what the Section convenor(s) hope would be covered by the section at the conference. Section convenors, if they wish, can also substantiate these themes with suggested paper titles or roundtable participants.

Proposals should be submitted to paneuroconf2015@gmail.com

The closing date for section proposals is Sunday 12 October 2014.

01Oct

Call for Papers 4th European Conference on Politics and Gender, Sweden

Call for Papers 4th European Conference on Politics and Gender 2015 June 11-13 Uppsala, Sweden

http://www.ecpg.eu/

Call for papers deadline: Proposals may be submitted from August 15 2014 to October 15 2014. We accept online submissions only. Participants will be notified of the decision by 1st December 2014.

Submission instructions Each participant may submit up to 2 papers or organized panel proposals. Additional proposals will not be considered. Each panel or paper proposal has to be submitted to 2 sections (first choice and second choice) Paper proposal length: 300 words including title

01Oct

Call for Papers Journal of Advances in Political Science 2015

Call for Papers Journal of Advances in Political Science 2015

Application Deadline: 31 December, 2014 Contact: editorjpsonline@gmail.com.

Journal of Advances in Political Science is an International, open access, peer reviewed, online journal. The journal welcomes the submission of manuscripts that meet the general criteria of significance and scientific preeminence in all areas of political science.

http://www.ipsa.org/news/call-for-paper/journal-advances-political-science

24Sep

CfP Midwest Political Science Association’s (MPSA) 73rd Annual Conference, Chicago, April 2015

Midwest Political Science Association’s (MPSA) 73rd Annual Conference, Chicago, 16 April, 2015 - 19 April, 2015

Complete Panel Deadline: September 26, 2014 Paper and Roundtable Deadline: October 3, 2014 Contact: conf@mpsanet.org

Proposals are invited for sessions in seven different formats: panels, posters, roundtables, Junior Scholar Symposium, Empire Series, working group and open discussions.

https://www.ipsa.org/news/call-for-paper/midwest-political-science-association%E2%80%99s-mpsa-73rd-annual-conference

24Sep

Call for Papers 8th Annual Conference on the Political Economy of International Organizations, Hertie School of Governance

Call for Papers 8th Annual Conference on the Political Economy of International Organizations, Hertie School of Governance, Germany

https://www.ipsa.org/news/call-for-paper/8th-annual-conference-political-economy-international-organizations

The conference brings together economists and political scientists to address political-economy issues related to international organizations such as the World Trade Organization, the United Nations, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, and the European Union, and also other international organizations that have as yet received less attention in the academic literature.

Both empirical and theoretical papers will be considered. Please submit full papers to conference@peio.me. The deadline for submission is 30 September, 2014. Decisions will be made by 31 October, 2014.

The special issue of the Review of International Organizations will focus on Developing Countries and International Organizations, edited by Eric Werker (Harvard University). Submission to the conference does not require submitting to the special issue.

21Sep

Call for Papers EUSA EU-LATIN AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN INTEREST SECTION, Boston - March 5-7, 2015

Call for Papers EUSA EU-LATIN AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN INTEREST SECTION, Boston - March 5-7, 2015

The EU-Latin American and Caribbean Section Interest Section of EUSA will organize two panels at the EUSA annual meeting in Boston, MA, to be held on March 5-7, 2015. The section is suggesting two panels on the following topics: a) Security in the EU-Latin American Relationship, and b) EU’s trade relationship with the Western Hemisphere after the financial crisis. We invite you to submit a paper proposal.

To learn more about EUSA and its EU-Latin American Section Interest Section see: https://eustudies.org/interest-sections/latin-america-caribbean

To submit a proposal, please send your paper title, abstract (500 word limit), affiliation(s), and contact details to Roberto Dominguez, robdomri@yahoo.com by Monday, 29 September 2014.

21Sep

Call for Papers: Accountability without parties? The effects of dealignment on accountability in electoral decision making, ECPR Joint Sessions 2015

Call for Papers: Accountability without parties? The effects of dealignment on accountability in electoral decision making

ECPR Joint Sessions (Warsaw, 29 March-2 April 2015). Application Deadline: 1 December, 2014 Contact: andre.blais@umontreal.ca

http://www.ipsa.org/news/call-for-paper/accountability-without-parties-effects-dealignment-accountability-electoral-deci

17Sep

Call for Papers - Journal of Contemporary European Research

Call for Papers - Journal of Contemporary European Research

Vol. 12, No. 1, 2016 Application Deadline: 30 September, 2014 Contact: kathryn.simpson-2@manchester.ac.uk

https://www.ipsa.org/news/call-for-paper/journal-contemporary-european-research-0

Applications are invited for the guest editorship of a special issue of the Journal of Contemporary European Research<http://www.jcer.net> (JCER) to be published in 2016 (Volume 12, Issue 1) under the general supervision of the JCER editors. Proposals should clearly relate to the work of the journal. The proposed issue should be for 8-12 articles of 7,000-8,000 words, plus an introductory, contextualising editorial of 3,000-5,000 words.

16Sep

CfP Special issue on "MODELS OF STATE CONSOLIDATION IN CONTEMPORARY CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE: NATIONAL AND EU PERSPECTIVES", Społeczeństwo i Polityka/ Society and Politics

One of the leading Polish scientific journals in the area of political science ("Społeczeństwo i Polityka" - "Society and Politics") is ready to host articles within a special issue dedicated to "MODELS OF STATE CONSOLIDATION IN CONTEMPORARY CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE: NATIONAL AND EU PERSPECTIVES"

The suggested deadline for sending the articles is October 31st 2014.

The articles can be published in English, French, Russian or Polish. The article should include the given and family name of the author, his/her scientific degree, institutional affiliation, e-mail address and telephone number.

The sent file should be saved in .doc or .docx format. The text should fit between 13 and 21 pages (maximum 40000 characters with spaces). The text should be divided into chapters, subchapters ect.; font Times New Roman 12; 1,5 line spacing; 2,5 cm margin; 1 cm indent; justified text. Footnotes (not endnotes): Times New Roman 10, single spacing. Please include 4-6 keywords and a 6-10 lines résumé.

Please, click this link in order to have a look at the last volume of the "SiP" review:

http://www.pismosip.ah.edu.pl/downloads.php?cat_id=10&file_id=32

For further information, please contact Bartlomiej Zdaniuk: bartlomiej.zdaniuk@uw.edu.pl

13Sep

Call for Papers International Conference on Public Policy 2015, Milan

Call for Papers International Conference on Public Policy 2015, Milan, 1 July, 2015 - 3 July, 2015

Application Deadline: 15 October, 2014 Contact: milan2015@icpublicpolicy.org

List of possible subject categories : 1. Policy process theories 2. Comparative public policy 3. Policy and politics 4. Public, problem and agenda setting 5. Policy formulation and decision making 6. Policy implementation 7. Policy design 8. Policy advice, expertise and evaluation 9. Methodologies 10. Public policy, administration and policymakers 11. Discourse and critical policy research 12. Governance, policy networks and coalitions 13. Gender and public policy 14. Local and multi-level governance 15. Politics, policy and business 16. Specific empirical policy topics (for example, health policy, social policy, environmental policy, etc.) 17. Others

09Sep

Call for Papers ¨Europe by Design: Rethinking Projects and Policies¨, Sciences Po, 8 July, 2015 - 10 July, 2015

Call for Papers ¨Europe by Design: Rethinking Projects and Policies¨, Sciences Po, 8 July, 2015 - 10 July, 2015

Application Deadline: 26 September, 2014

https://www.ipsa.org/news/call-for-paper/europe-design-rethinking-projects-and-policies?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

Abstract: The European Union is facing one of its most dramatic crisis, investing economic, institutional, and social aspects of its existence. The crisis has highlighted the fragile foundations of EU’s democracy and has challenged its social cohesion, leading to questioning the idea of Europe itself. The difficulty in overcoming the current impasse has emphasized the inconsistency of the European project itself, dramatically bringing to the fore the question of how the EU has been designed. The issue of how strategies, visions and projects of EU integration are defined has become, consequently, crucial. More than the outcome of a precise political design, the EU itself seems rather the product of the action of economic, political and bureaucratic elites, of pressure and interest groups and of opinion movements that, from the 1950s onwards, have pursued their own visions of Europe, leading to complex and often contradictory policies and strategies. This panel/mini symposium sheds light on the ways in which projects concerning Europe have been shaped and how have been implemented from the beginning of the integration process to present day. From a theoretical, social and historical perspective, it considers a variety of actors operating in complex decision making processes; as well as the processes and the architectures affecting the design of the EU.



The purpose of the panel/mini-symposium is to address questions such as:



· How do infrastructural needs affect visions about Europe? · How does the Internet affect EU political projects and strategies? · Governing by Internet architecture: what kind of European policy in the geopolitical arena? · How did the EU’s institutional architecture affect the responses to the crisis? · How does the perception of economic, political and institutional crisis influence the creation of EU strategies? · What has been and what is the role of Eurobureaucracies in defining projects of European integration? · Does evaluation affect the legitimation of EU’s policies and the strengthening of European integration? · How has the role of intellectuals changed, from the early twentieth century to today, in shaping projects of European integration? · How has the role of politicians, business men, engineers, bankers and bureaucrats impacted on European social and political life? · What impact have the old and new media in defining projects about the EU?

09Sep

Call for Papers Workshop “Political Engagement in the Web.2.0 era. Co-Production in Election Campaigning”, ECPR Joint Sessions 2015, University of Warsaw

Call for Papers Workshop “Political Engagement in the Web.2.0 era. Co-Production in Election Campaigning”, ECPR Joint Sessions 2015, University of Warsaw.

The deadline for submitting paper proposals is 1st December 2014

https://www.ipsa.org/news/call-for-paper/political-engagement-web20-era-co-production-election-campaigning

ABSTRACT

Political engagement is at the center of political science research, especially concentrating on traditional and non-traditional web based forms of political participation. Debates are emerging surrounding new forms of participation offered by new digital wave era technologies, especially through the participatory opportunities offered by new communication platforms (such as social networks and microblogs).

The aim of the workshop is to cover both aspects of political communication: the supply side - offered by political actors and the demand side – how audiences-citizens are interacting, or indeed want to interact with political actors. The workshop will focus on key questions arising from current studies. How do political actors communicate with their supporters and adversaries within the new communication environment created by platforms allowing for wide dissemination of information? Is there an emergence of new participation patterns among citizens or do digital technologies simply reinforce existing practices? Are traditional forms of political engagement challenged by new online participatory behaviors? Have any new forms of political engagement and participation emerged or are they just replicating longstanding paradigms? If new forms of engagement or participation are emerging, how can they be defined and measured, is the division between traditional and non-traditional, offline and online artificially sustained, or do they now overlap? Alternatively, are the new online engagement possibilities attracting different groups of citizens previously excluded?

08Sep

Call for Papers, Panel on "Varieties of capitalism and the Euro crisis", Political Studies Association Annual Conference 2015

Call for Papers, Panel on "Varieties of capitalism and the Euro crisis", Political Studies Association Annual Conference 2015



If you would like to collaborate as a paper giver, please send your abstract by 18 September 2014 to Dr Katja Sarmiento-Mirwaldt (Brunel University): Katja.Sarmiento-Mirwaldt@brunel.ac.uk

07Sep

Call for Papers: 2nd EU Cohesion Policy Conference, 4-6 February 2015, Riga

Call for Papers: 2nd EU Cohesion Policy Conference, 4-6 February 2015, Riga.

Deadline: 31 October 2014

http://www.regionalstudies.org/conferences/conference/challenges-for-the-new-cohesion-policy-in-2014-2020-an-academic-and-policy

Papers are invited on the following questions and themes which will form the basis for workshop sessions, panel debates and discussion groups at the Conference. :

1. Economic geography and Cohesion policy: how are the economic and social challenges for European Structural & Investment Funds changing? -the implications of the crisis for regional and urban disparities and convergence in Europe -the contributions and limits of Cohesion policy in dealing with the crisis and its legacy -the regional dimensions of Europe 2020 and the scope for the Funds to promote smart, sustainable and inclusive growth -the role of the funds in addressing youth unemployment

2. Institutions and governance: what can Cohesion policy do to strengthen public administration and effective management of the Funds? -administrative reform, capacity-building and Cohesion policy -strategic management and delivery of Cohesion policy programmes -integration of Funds and policy outcomes -the scope for conditionalities to improve the policy environment for the Funds

3. Performance and results: how can Cohesion policy resources be used most effectively and efficiently? -the achievements of Structural and Cohesion Funds in 2007-13 -the contribution of performance frameworks to transparency and accountability -improving methods for Cohesion policy evaluation

4. Instruments: what kind of Cohesion policy interventions make a difference? -the role of financial instruments in improving access to finance in less-developed regions -the use of integrated investments to promote sustainable urban development -lessons from local and community development for 2014-20 -improving the visibility of results from European Territorial Cooperation programmes and projects

5. EU economic governance and Cohesion policy: what are the implications of governance reforms for Cohesion policy -the relationships between Cohesion policy and EU macroeconomic governance objectives -inter-institutional relations in economic governance and Cohesion policy -scenarios for economic and monetary union and implications for Cohesion policy

06Sep

Call for Papers Workshop ¨Citizenship, Diversity, Participation and Education in Times of Change¨ ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops 2015

Call for Papers Workshop ¨Citizenship, Diversity, Participation and Education in Times of Change¨

ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops 2015, Warsaw

Deadline: 1 December 2014

Description: A number of social and political changes have recently challenged political legitimacy, which makes citizens’ political interest and participation even more critical. First globalization opens up communications (new media) and networks, changes national and personal identities, and expands the arenas and means of participation. Second, migration increases pluralism, which in turn fuels debates over rights, social inclusion and exclusion, and the means of citizens’ social and political participation. Third, the current financial turmoil has in many countries led to social and political reclassification, poverty and political unrest. Many citizens take it to the streets to address their immediate problems and democratic deficits. Some states experience ethnic rivalry, or separatism. Religious and political extremism is growing among some citizens. Young people continue to find new forms of participation and show a tendency to favour virtual and more occasional involvement. Generally, political interest and conventional participation is declining somewhat, particularly among young citizens. In the situation described above, there is continuous work and growing interest to develop universal human rights for citizens and education for citizenship in all states, particularly in the name of the Council of Europe and the European Council. UNESCO’s member states have also agreed to develop competence, autonomy, and citizenship among all young people. All of these educational efforts are situated in and influenced by the social and political changes and the changing roles of citizens and non-citizens alike. In this joint session we wish to gather scholars who address questions related to the changing conditions for citizens’ social and political life as well as educational attempts to address these challenges and changing conditions for citizenship.

http://www.ecpr.eu/Events/PanelDetails.aspx?PanelID=2429&EventID=90

06Sep

Call for Papers Journal of Contemporary European Research

Journal of Contemporary European Research Vol. 2 No. 1 2016 Application Deadline: 30 September, 2014 Contact: kathryn.simpson-2@manchester.ac.uk

Applications are invited for the guest editorship of a special issue of the Journal of Contemporary European Research<http://www.jcer.net> (JCER) to be published in 2016 (Volume 12, Issue 1) under the general supervision of the JCER editors.

Proposals should clearly relate to the work of the journal. The proposed issue should be for 8-12 articles of 7,000-8,000 words, plus an introductory, contextualising editorial of 3,000-5,000 words.

Proposals should include:

 *   Title of the proposed issue;
 *   Brief statement of the rationale for the issue and how each article relates to that rationale;
 *   Full contact details of the guest editor(s);
 *   Individual article details, including author names, titles and an abstract (300 words max.);
 *   Biography of each contributor (100 words max.);
 *   Schedule of work.

Proposers should indicate how far advanced the project is and whether any manuscripts already exist in draft versions. Please indicate in your submission any demonstrable previous experience of editing, and how you propose to manage the challenges presented by the task.

The successful guest editor(s) will be expected to take on the full editorial task (using the journal's online manuscript management system) up until the handover to copy editors. The JCER editors are available for advice and to ensure that standards are met; it is not their role to edit the special issue.

Editorial tasks of the guest editors include the following:

 *   Suggesting reviewers (2 per paper);
 *   Managing communications with contributing authors and JCER Editors;
 *   Managing revision processes;
 *   Ensuring all contributing authors meet deadlines.

The papers must be reviewed (and revised) according to JCER standards in time to be passed to the JCER editors for final approval prior to publication. Proposers and authors should be aware that this can be a tight timetable to manage and publication will not be delayed to accommodate 'late' articles.

Special issue editors should be prepared to remove contributions from the issue should they fail to meet the required standard or to fit with the vision of the special issue editors. Authors should be made aware of this. The JCER editors reserve the right to reject any articles that do not meet the required standards of the Journal.

Proposals should be submitted to Kathryn Simpson (UACES Student Forum) by the deadline of 30 September 2014. Email to: kathryn.simpson-2@manchester.ac.uk<mailto:kathryn.simpson-2@manchester.ac.uk>.

Proposals will then be considered by a selection panel comprised of members of the JCER Editorial Board and the UACES Student Forum Committee. The decision of the selection panel will be final.

06Sep

Call for Papers Conference on ¨Mobility in Crisis¨, organized by the European University Institute

Call for Papers Conference on ¨Mobility in Crisis¨, organized by the European University Institute

Deadline: 10 September 2014

Description: This conference aims to generate critical debate and new empirical and theoretical knowledge on mobility, or rather mobilities in the European space. The conference questions the nature of mobility. We prefer to speak of mobilities, in the plural (see also Urry 2007, 2002). Mobility is defined as not necessarily spatial, but also virtual, and subjectively experienced rather than only objectively described (as migration from place A to place B or transition from study to work, or from job A to job B). Our theoretical framework is informed by Anthony Giddens’ analysis of modernity and self-identity (1991), as well as Zygmunt Bauman’s notion of liquid modernity (2000, 2007, 2011) and its critiques (for instance Abrahamson 2004, Atkinson 2008, Lee 2011, Beck and Lau 2005). Understanding the seemingly paradoxical picture of spatial 'immobility’ of Europeans or even seeming apathy or inability to either angrily 'voice’ or 'exit’ (Hirschmann 1970) in the face of increasing hardship and decreasing hope, needs to factor in the in-built uncertainty, the liquidity of late modernity. Our reading is open-ended: we question whether the limited spatial mobility of citizens and residents of the EU is a symptom of resistance to the neo-liberal transformation of societies and has a potential for re-embeddedness (re-solidification), or whether it is a sign of defeat: in a world that worships 'travelling light’ as improvement and progress, Europeans are/perceive themselves to be among the settled majority losers, unable to recast themselves as members of the nomadic, extraterritorial elites that Bauman has so poetically analysed. If the crisis has induced both involuntary mobility and persistent sedentariness, the following questions arise: How is this division articulated in terms of socio-economic inequalities and cultural distinctions between mobile and sedentary populations in Europe? How are these divisions politically mobilized and how are they reinforced or modified through regulatory policies? Is the distinction between free internal movement for EU citizens, on the one hand, and immigration control and integration policies for third country nationals, on the other hand, gradually eroding and being replaced by a deeper division between mobile and sedentary populations? Building on these reflections, the conference questions how cultural attachments and social networks assume a central role in defining the social experience and are crucial meso-factors that guide decision-making on spatial as well as socio-economic mobility, even in conditions of 'free movement’ policies within the EU.

More information: http://www.eui.eu/SeminarsAndEvents/Index.aspx?eventid=103127

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