EU Centre events during 2015.
Symposium: Inequality is bad for everybody
RMIT's EU Centre and the Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia (CESAA) present this symposium to discuss issues of inequality, and what can be done about it in Australia and the EU.View the event Symposium: Inequality is bad for everybody
Engaging Young People in Lifelong Learning
Explore issues in lifelong learning at the 2016 ASEM Lifelong Learning Hub Research Network 4 conference, 'Engaging Young People in Lifelong Learning: Asian and European Policies and Practices'.View the event Engaging Young People in Lifelong Learning
What’s on the Agenda for Adult Learning 2015–2030?
This workshop focuses on the importance of adult learning and how it is so often taken for granted, yet so important for people to participate in the workforce and in civil and political life.View the event What’s on the Agenda for Adult Learning 2015–2030?
Turning up the heat: Why the world must reach an agreement in Paris
A pre-debate focused on the “Paris 2015" Conference and how to achieve a new international agreement on the climate, applicable to all countries.View the event Turning up the heat: Why the world must reach an agreement in Paris
After the Fall
Content, Context and Co-Creation After the Decline of Print MediaView the event After the Fall
German European Policy: Past, Present and Future
Crises repeatedly occur in the history of European political integration. The crisis that the European Union (EU) has been traversing since 2010 is its deepest, most intractable and most protracted.View the event German European Policy: Past, Present and Future
Film screening: Warsaw Uprising
To highlight the 70th anniversary of WWII and 71st anniversary of Warsaw Uprising, the Polish Consulate will screen Warsaw Uprising, the first feature film to be made entirely of documentary footage.View the event Film screening: Warsaw Uprising
Getting maximum value from Horizon 2020
The EU has committed close to 80 billion euros to Horizon 2020 during 2014–2020. So how do researchers get maximum value from the biggest research funding program in the world?View the event Getting maximum value from Horizon 2020
Regional Innovation: Repertoires and the embedded state
Explore the recent history of the European Union's regional development policy on â€˜smart specialisation’ to enable poorer regions to increase their rate of economic development.View the event Regional Innovation: Repertoires and the embedded state
Cyber-crime Recognises No Barriers – Is Resistance Futile?
Chief Information Officer Peter Morris explores the origin, existence and purpose of cyber threat, and considers what we might do to move ahead in the battle against it.View the event Cyber-crime Recognises No Barriers – Is Resistance Futile?
European crisis and global conflict: Comparing World War I experiences
The First World War marked a new quantitative and qualitative war experience. It also meant a new mobilisation of war societies and economics for the war, of media, of arts and of ideological utopias.View the event European crisis and global conflict: Comparing World War I experiences
The idea of the EU: Central European perspectives
RMIT's EU Centre invites you to attend this free public lecture to hear Dr Ivan M. Havel of Charles University, Prague, discuss the idea of the European Union.View the event The idea of the EU: Central European perspectives
Slovenian Business in Australia?
The European Union Centre at RMIT invites you to a public event with Mr Gorazd Å½mavc, Minister for Slovenians abroad, titled â€˜Slovenian Business in Australia?'.View the event Slovenian Business in Australia?
European Climate Diplomacy Day
Join us for the Australian Premiere of The Climate Blueprint, a documentary on the history of climate negotiations, the main actors and what’s at stake.View the event European Climate Diplomacy Day
Transnational Crime Investigation Challenges
Death Penalties and the Challenge of Transnational Crime Investigations in the Asia-Pacific: Australian–EU PerspectivesView the event Transnational Crime Investigation Challenges
Education and Lifelong Learning as a Sustainable Development Goal
Experts discuss the new global education agenda for Education For All and identify related policy challenges faced by governments, civil society, the private sector and universities.View the event Education and Lifelong Learning as a Sustainable Development Goal
Kidnapping and Beheading as an Asymmetric Tactic of War
A closed-door briefing on Kidnapping and Beheading as an Asymmetric Tactic of War: Security Implications for Australia, the EU and beyond.View the event Kidnapping and Beheading as an Asymmetric Tactic of War
From EC project applications to grant management
The EU Centre at RMIT in conjunction with the Australasian Research Management Society (ARMS) invites you to the EU Research Workshop with Miss Desislava Kolarova PhD.View the event From EC project applications to grant management
HORIZON 2020: Opportunities for Australian Researchers in Europe
The EU Centre at RMIT invites you to a Horizon 2020 presentation, Opportunities for Australian Researchers in Europe: Maria Sklodowska-Curie Actions by Miss Desislava Kolarova, PhD.View the event HORIZON 2020: Opportunities for Australian Researchers in Europe
Changing security situation in Europe
New challenges to the international security environment.View the event Changing security situation in Europe
Australian-EU security cooperation: emerging strategic issues
Security ForumView the event Australian-EU security cooperation: emerging strategic issues
European Challenges: The Baltic Outlook
The EU Centre at RMIT in conjunction with the EU Centre on Shared Complex Challenges at the University of Melbourne invite you to this free seminar.View the event European Challenges: The Baltic Outlook
Summer school for secondary school teachers
The 2015 European Studies Summer School offers a unique opportunity to engage with diverse expert speakers on topics that complement secondary school curricula.View the event Summer school for secondary school teachers