EU Centre events during 2014.
EU Asylum and Immigration Law
Dr Nadine El-Enany discusses EU Asylum and Immigration Law under the Area of Freedom Security and Justice.View the event EU Asylum and Immigration Law
European Parliament elections
What does this mean for Europe and what are the implications for the new European Union leadership and for the future direction of Europe? What are the implications for Australia?View the event European Parliament elections
Making counter-terrorism smarter
Smart power can be a useful approach to countering terrorism, but what does â€˜smart counter terrorism’ look like?View the event Making counter-terrorism smarter
Where next for the European Union?
You are cordially invited to celebrate Europe Day (9 May) at the first Melbourne Salon for 2014.View the event Where next for the European Union?
10th anniversary of Central Europe’s EU accession
A celebratory event to mark the 10th anniversary of the Central European states' accession to the European Union.View the event 10th anniversary of Central Europe’s EU accession
Special briefing: The Crimean Campaign 2.0
The Crimean campaign 2.0: Russia's strategic intent, geo-strategic consequences and implications for Australia.View the event Special briefing: The Crimean Campaign 2.0
Research innovation in digital culture
The EU Centre at RMIT presents this annual public lecture, “Research innovation in Digital Culture in the EU context: some notes from the ethnographic fieldâ€�.View the event Research innovation in digital culture
Seminar: Crisis in and about Ukraine
Can the Ukrainian situation ignite a new Cold War?View the event Seminar: Crisis in and about Ukraine
Horizon 2020: Chances for Australian Researchers
Horizon 2020 is the European Union's new programme for research and innovation which will run from 2014 to 2020 with a budget of nearly EUR 80 billion.View the event Horizon 2020: Chances for Australian Researchers
Germany and Europe in Crisis
This paper takes as a point of departure a short essay, 'The Tyranny of Values', by the controversial German legal philosopher, Carl Schmitt.View the event Germany and Europe in Crisis
EU Graduate Research Workshop
The EU Centre at RMIT is hosting a Graduate Research Workshop on behalf of all EU Centres in Asia and Australia.View the event EU Graduate Research Workshop