RMIT EU Centre presents SDGS work being undertaken by members and associates of the European Union-funded Jean Monnet Network

RMIT EU Centre presents SDGS work being undertaken by members and associates of the European Union-funded Jean Monnet Network

This edition of the PIMA Bulletin is guest-edited by researchers at RMIT University, Australia, and presents a snapshot of work being undertaken by members and associates of the European Union-funded Jean Monnet Network, which is based in the European Union Centre of Excellence at RMIT University.

The Jean Monnet Network brings together researchers from the University of Glasgow, Australian National University, Nanyang Technical University in Singapore and the University of Canterbury in New Zealand, policy think-tanks and Non-Government Organisations who share a primary interest in enhancing the contribution of the European Union to the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the Asia Pacific.

This special issue brings together reports on current theory and practice from a global network of scholars whose work focuses on the engagement of the European Union in the Asia Pacific region and the implementation of the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Transforming our World – the Sustainable Development Goals.

07 August 2020

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07 August 2020

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