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Annual Grant Program Report – 2015 Round Research Outcomes

This post starts a series of blogs reporting on the final research outcomes of the EU Centre for Global Affairs Annual Grant Program. The research funds were allocated for research activities which have a bearing on the EU-Australia relationship on the basis of a competitive application process throughout three rounds in 2015, 2016 and 2017 […]

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“My EU” Film Competition – Goulburn Street Primary School Prize Giving Ceremony

The EU Centre for Global Affairs is delighted to present three more prizes to students who entered a film competition involving extending cultural understandings by investigating connections between Europe and Australia. The judges were pleased to see the Netherlands featured in this film from Year 4 students Rudy, Huon and Louie at Goulburn Street Primary School, Tasmania, interviewing their […]

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The Future of the EU Summit

With the two-day conference entitled “Fulfilling the Vision: European Union Futures?” coming to a close on the morning of Wednesday 18th October, the event shifted from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University campus to the University of South Australia campus for its final event, entitled “The Future of the EU Summit” organised by the Hawke […]

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EU and Australia: Europe’s Challenges and Policy Options for Future Trade

Roderick Abbott and Hosuk Lee-Makiyama, European Centre for International Political Economy (ECIPE) co-authored Chapter on “EU and Australia: Europe’s Challenges and Policy Options for Future Trade” for Section 3 in a recently published book “Australia, the European Union and the New Trade Agenda” by the Australia and New Zealand School of Government and the Australian National University (ANU) Centre for European Studies. The book is […]

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Australia as an EU Partner | Brief Report by Professor Richard Pomfret

The EU Centre for Global Affairs Annual Grant Program recipient Professor Richard Pomfret, Professor of Economics and Jean Monnet Chair on the Economics of European Integration at The University of Adelaide, wrote a brief report “Australia as an EU Partner” for a weekly newsletter showCASE of the Center for Social and Economic Research in Warsaw, Poland. A full text […]

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The European initiative EPIC – Call for Co-funding Expert Visits

The European initiative EPIC aims to strengthen the ties between Europe and Australia, Singapore & New Zealand through academic, industrial and political partnership. To investigate joint RTDI (Research, Technology Development & Innovation) collaboration potential in topical ICT fields, EPIC is co-funding expert visits either from the EU to one of the partner countries in the Asia-Pacific […]

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Joint EU Centres Conference – Fulfilling the Vision: European Union Futures?

On 16-18 October 2017 the European Union Centres in Australia and New Zealand jointly convened a Conference “Fulfilling the Vision: European Union Futures” hosted by the European Union Centre at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) in Melbourne. The Conference brought together 150+ participants from 14 countries including 3 Ambassadors form EU Member States, Australian, New Zealand, European […]

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EU Study Tour – Paris – Second Visit to OECD

Thursday 28 September 2017 By Robert Monterosso and Benjamin Pascoe-Purvis The 10th day of the EU Centre for Global Affairs’ Study Tour marked the student group’s final day in Paris, beginning at OECD headquarters. The first meeting was with John Drummond, who is Head of the Trade in Services Division, and has extensive experience working for the […]

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EU Study Tour – Visit to the European External Action Service

Friday 29 September 2017 The day was centred at the European External Action Service. A variety of officials informed the student group about a range of political and economic issues relating to both the European Union (EU) and indeed the entire world. EEAS Climate Change advisor Pascal Delislie was the first speaker, who explained the challenges […]

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EU Study Tour – Paris – Australian Embassy in France, Australian Delegation to OECD and Austrade

Wednesday 27 September 2017 The EU Centre for Global Affairs Study Tour visit to the Australian Embassy in Paris was the focus of the morning’s activities on 27 September 2017. Embassies in the 21st century can, at face value, struggle for relevance. If two nations wish to talk, their leaders can quite easily pick up the phone […]

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