EU Centre events during 2012.
Disaster Management and Resilience
A one day symposium presented by RMIT and the University of Salford Centre for Disaster Resilience.View the event Disaster Management and Resilience
Learning Cities Revisited: A New Way Forward
A presentation by the EU Centre at RMIT in conjunction with Melbourne Knowledge Week.View the event Learning Cities Revisited: A New Way Forward
Joined up City Planning in a Complex World
A Public Lecture by Frank Moulaert, Professor of Spatial Planning at KU Leuven, Belgium.View the event Joined up City Planning in a Complex World
Russia- Europe Relations post APEC 2012
The presentation will address issues such as whether President Vladimir Putin is willing to compromise Russia-Europe traditional ties, the main areas of bilateral cooperation and points of concern.View the event Russia- Europe Relations post APEC 2012
European identity issues
Presented by Dr Lars Klein - Senior lecturer at the Erasmus Mundus Master Programme “Euroculture - Europe in the Wider World", and co-hosted by Monash and RMIT European and EU Centres.View the event European identity issues
EU cross-border cooperation and governance
The EU Centre at RMIT presents: Is cross-border governance emerging at the border between Italy-Slovenia?View the event EU cross-border cooperation and governance
Australia’s Next Defence White Paper
A panel of distinguished experts will discuss the forthcoming Australia Defence White Paper and its implications for Western Australia and the nation’s engagement with the Indian Ocean region.View the event Australia’s Next Defence White Paper
Euroscience Open Forum (ESOF)
The Euroscience Open Forum (ESOF) is Europe’s largest general science meeting and is held in a leading Europe city every two years.View the event Euroscience Open Forum (ESOF)
The European Union Managing Crisis
Presented by UTS Transforming Cultures & European Union (EU) Centre at RMIT in conjunction with the Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia (CESAA)View the event The European Union Managing Crisis
Seventh Framework Programme
The EU Centre at RMIT presents a Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) Presentation for Research and Technology.View the event Seventh Framework Programme
50 years of EU-Australia relations
The EU Centre at RMIT is very happy to invite you to a new session of 'Australia and Europe in Conversation' on Wednesday 30 May 2012.View the event 50 years of EU-Australia relations
What is the EU?
Presented by the EU Centre at RMIT, this presentation looks into how the EU works and why it matters.View the event What is the EU?
The European Union Managing Crisis
After announcing the winners of the annual CESAA essay competition, H.E. Mr. David Daly will talk about The Europe Union managing crisis: does this foreshadow a stronger political union?View the event The European Union Managing Crisis
Productivity in Australian industry
Productivity in Australian industry- how does the debate look from Europe?View the event Productivity in Australian industry
Green economy – green skills symposium
This one-day symposium was held to promote the sharing of experiences in the development of policy, programs and practice in Green Skills.View the event Green economy – green skills symposium
Progress and issues in creating a â€˜green’ economy
The Policy Briefing Forum is an activity conducted by RMIT’s European Union Centre, established with the support of the European Commission.View the event Progress and issues in creating a â€˜green’ economy
A market mechanism for adjusting to climate change
Speaker: Dr Axel Michaelowa. Presented by the EU Centre at RMIT.View the event A market mechanism for adjusting to climate change
What does the future hold for â€˜old’ Europe?
Professor Emeritus Dr. Klaus R. Kunzmann discusses the European economic and financial crisis and what it means for the cities and regions in the European Union.View the event What does the future hold for â€˜old’ Europe?
Melbourne: A creative city?
By promoting a creative image and creative industries they aim to secure post-industrial employment in the city and attract investment and qualified labour.View the event Melbourne: A creative city?
This presentation will examine the particular circumstances of Berlin, and the part that the creative industries have played in the development of Berlin since reunification.View the event Creative Berlin
The Asian Century, the EU and Australia
Presented by Dr Gerhard Sabathil Director, North East Asia and the Pacific, European External Action Service, Brussels.View the event The Asian Century, the EU and Australia