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CHANCE events

 

All events organised under the Jean Monnet Chair CHANCE will appear here: stay tuned!

For information over the past events, click here.

Events and other activities will be organised from September 2020 until August 2023.

CHANCE LECTURE SERIES 2021

The programme of the first three lectures of the CHANCE Lecture Series is now available for download.

19 March 2021 - Elizabeth Press (International Renewable Energy Agency, Director for Strategy): “What does the EU do to promote renewables globally?”
09 April 2021 - Pablo Ferrandez (Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre): “Climate Change and Displacement - Challenges and Work to be Done”
23 April 2021 - Niclas Svenningsen (Global Climate Action Manager, UNFCCC): “What is the future of the UNFCCC and how to make the Paris Agreement more ambitious?”
07 May 2021 - Lisse Van Vliet (Energy Community): “The Energy Community and Gas Sector Reforms in Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia: from implementing the third energy package to exploring hydrogen opportunities.”
04 June 2021 - Prof. Eduardo Viola (Universidade Brasilia): “The EU and Brazil: How to Move Forward on Climate Cooperation?”

 

Further information will follow in due course. You can register and address your questions to n.mayer@maastrichtuniversity.nl


Extracurricular Course “EU International Relations and Climate Change”

The Jean Monnet Chair in EU Politics in a Changing Global Context (CHANCE) is delighted to invite all bachelor’s and master’s students (and staff members) to participate in the extracurricular course “EU International Relations and Climate Change”.

This is an online course, which will take place from 2 February to 18 May 2021 (Tuesdays between 18.30 to 20.30).

For more information and registration, please contact: n.mayer@maastrichtuniversity.nl.

The course will explore both the impact of climate change consequences (such as sea level rise, drought and climate change migration) on the EU and the way how the EU addresses climate change challenges in its foreign policy. The course is organised and taught by Niklas Mayer, research assistant to Dr. Giselle Bosse’s Jean Monnet Chair in EU Politics in a Changing Global Context (CHANCE).

The course consists of lectures, discussions and interactive exchanges. Please find the course book here.

Although this is an extracurricular course, we (JM chair) would be happy to provide students with formal letters at the end of the course, confirming course attendance, performance and learning outcome.

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