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Be part of 'The European Union in Deep Water: Identity, Migration and Opportunity'. Engage with diverse expert speakers on topics that complement secondary school curricula.
Be part of three days of lively discussion and workshops designed for teachers of History, Global/international politics, Social/cultural studies, Economics and European languages.
The European Union has outlined a program to achieve major gains for the people and nations of Europe by 2020. Yet, 2015 has been dominated by news about Greece, the troubles of the Eurozone, Britain and most dramatically, a massive influx of refugees.These developments pose fundamental challenges for the European project. It involves questions about not only politics and economy, but also identity. Yet EU leaders continue to seek a major role in international affairs and to develop stronger relationships with countries in other parts of the world, not least Australia and New Zealand.
What does this mean for Europeans? What does it mean for us, and for our wider region?
EU policies and initiatives – charting a course for the future
Commemoration in 2016?
Migration and identity in Europe?
EU relationships with Australia and New Zealand, including the prospect of an FTA?