Ukraine's path to the EU and NATO: Challenges and Perspectives
The EU Centre at RMIT, Monash University's Mykola Zerov Centre for Ukrainian Studies, and the Australian Federation of Ukrainian Organisations are pleased to invite you to the public presentation by the Ukrainian Vice Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration, Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze.
Trump’s Nationalism, Nuclear Missile Treaty & Future of European Security
The recent announcement by US President Donald Trump to withdraw from the 1987 Nuclear Missile Treaty raised more concerns in Europe about its security.
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.
Smart Specialisation and Regional Innovation Systems: An example of European policy experimentation
This Symposium offers the opportunity to hear from two leading European experts on smart specialisation, & the effectiveness of its design and implementation as a policy intervention.
Regional Policy, Regional Innovation: Implications of European Experience for Australia
Seminar to launch the new Centre of Excellence on Smart Specialisation and Regional Policy, established by the EU Centre at RMIT with support from the EU’s Jean Monnet program.
Prospects for Brexit: What Europeans are Saying
With less than five months until the UK is due to leave the EU, a withdrawal agreement is finally in place, however the question of what will happen to the Irish border remains unclear.
EU Digital Single Market: What does it mean? What are the implications for Australia-EU e-trade?
This seminar will focus on the progress in implementing the EU DSM (including the General Data Protection Regulation) and its implications for EU-Australia ICT cooperation, especially in research and innovation.
China's Rise and Regional Security: A View from Moscow
The EU Centre at RMIT is pleased to invite you to this public presentation on the China's Rise and Regional Security: A View from Moscow.
Brexit: Where next for the UK?
On the eve of the UK's departure from the EU, Professor Whitman will untangle the intricacies of the Brexit process, look at the state of play in the UK's relationship with the EU and offer an assessment of the UK's future place in Europe.
Brexit: What it means for International Business?
Dr Gabriele Suder, Director of the International CEO Forum, will be guest speaker at this public seminar as we discuss the impact that Brexit has already had, and is expected to have, on non-UK international business activity.
Book Launch: Three books on the European Union - Australia Relationship
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.
2019 EU Summer School for Secondary School Teachers
The European Union, Trump and China: Whose World Order? Where Does Australia Stand? Two years after the Brexit vote and Trump’s victory in the race for the White House, what is the status of the rules-based global order.