Human behaviour in bushfires – Research partecipation

Human behaviour in bushfires – European Union and Australian knowledge exchange project

As part of the EU research project called GEO-SAFE we are collaborating with Australian partners and looking for people to take part in our research about human behaviour in bushfires.

We call for contribution from everyone who has or has never been confronted by a bushfire emergency to help improve future support systems for at risk populations.

To participate, please fill out the questionnaire which is found following this link:

Everyone is invited...



18 Jun 2018

Australian Prime Minister, Minister for Trade and Investment


The Turnbull Government is backing Australian businesses and Australian jobs by launching negotiations on a Free Trade Agreement with the European Union.

We are seeking an ambitious and comprehensive trade agreement to drive Australian exports, economic growth and create new Australian jobs.

A trade agreement with the EU will open the door to a market of half a billion consumers and a GDP of US$17.3 trillion –...

The Future of the EU and European Integration in the Aftermath of the Crisis – call for papers

The European Union Studies Association Asia Pacific (EUSA AP) is inviting papers for the annual conference and Postgraduate Student Workshop. The conference is entitled:

The Future of the EU and European Integration in the Aftermath of the Crisis

Thursday, 28 June and Friday, 29 June 2018 in Taipei

Deadline for abstracts: 31 January 2018

The conference will be multi-disciplinary in focus and we are inviting papers from a wide range of...

Migration Working Group – Call for Papers 2018-2019

The Migration Working Group

convened by Anna Triandafyllidou and Andrew Geddes

Call for Papers

The Migration Working Group of the European University Institute and Professors Anna Triandafyllidou and Andrew Geddes invite you to submit paper abstracts and short bio notes for the MWG Workshop Series (academic year 2018-2019). The Migration Working Group holds Thematic half-day workshops every last Tuesday of the month. Each workshop includes up to five paper presentations and significant time for discussion. Applications must be submitted electronically by 16 September...

You are invited to: Book launch – Three books on the EU – Australia relationship

Book launch: Three books on the European Union – Australia relationship

  • Doing Business in Europe
  • Routledge Companion to European Business
  • ‘So Distant, So Close’: Australia and the European Union in the 21st Century

The EU Centre  at  RMIT,  Melbourne  Business  School at the University of Melbourne, and Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia (CESAA) are pleased to invite you to the Melbourne launch of three books:

  • Gabriele Suder (2018) Doing Business in Europe (3rd edition)
  • Gabriele Suder, Monica Riviere & Johan...

Uncertain Times. Germany, Europe and the World Order

The ANU Centre for European Studies (ANUCES) and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) are delighted to invite you to the second Konrad Adenauer Lecture, to be presented by Professor Sir Christopher Clark, Regius Professor in History at the University of Cambridge, and featuring The Hon. Dr Brendan Nelson as discussant.

Entitled ‘Uncertain Times. Germany, Europe and the World Order’, the lecture will reflect on the distinctive features of the era that began in 1989/90, the reemergence of authentic global multipolarity, the...

2019 The EU for Journalists: Media Reporting of the EU in Australia

Events in Europe and the European Union (EU) in the last period have been very newsworthy. The Australian media has given greater attention to events in that part of the world than it usually does. The migration crisis, the Brexit vote, ‘populist’ responses in elections and of course the Trump approach towards Europe have all provided important political opportunities for reporting on Europe. What sources have the Australian media used for reporting on these issues?...

Public Lecture on Brexit: back to the future for the UK? (Rescheduled)

You are warmly invited to this free Public Lecture on Brexit: back to the future for the UK? Thursday 7 February at 1.00pm. We are delighted Prof Richard Whitman, a key specialist on Brexit, will present this Public Lecture.

Professor Richard G. Whitman is Director of the Global Europe Centre and Professor of Politics and International Relations at the University of Kent. He is also an Associate Fellow at the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House).

Brexit raises...

ASEM: Building Cooperation and Partnerships between Asia and Europe

You are invited to this free seminar:

ASEM: Building Cooperation and Partnerships between Asia and Europe

with Catherine Raper, First Assistant Secretary in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Tuesday, 19 February 2019

Australia’s 2017 Foreign Policy White Paper noted that powerful drivers of change are converging in a way that is re-shaping the international order and challenging Australian interests. Multilateral forums are a crucial contributor to resilience in the international system, facilitating cooperation, understanding and setting communal rules...

30th Anniversary of the Jean Monnet Activities

Dear Member of the Jean Monnet Community,

In 1989, the Jean Monnet programme was launched to support academic research on European integration in its Member States. Thirty years on, the programme continues to fund teaching and research on EU policies and fosters dialogue between academics, decision makers and civil society actors around the world.

The 30th anniversary of the Jean Monnet Actions in 2019 provides an opportunity to take stock of achievements...

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