Recording of Jean Monnet Lecture with Marietje Schaake now available!

'Unaccountable: how technology companies erode democratic governance', the Jean Monnet Lecture by Marietje Schaake, was held on the 12th of January, 18:00-19:30.

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Book launch: The Contestation of Expertise in the European Union

In an era in which the very notion of expertise is increasingly being called into question, it is urgent to understand why expertise has become so contested. Debates in and about the European Union are a particular instance of this development which is...

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RELAY Kick-off conference: ‘Europa’, what are the main challenges you are facing and how will you tackle them?

This conference kicks-off the events series within the RELAY project. It brings together academics and a wide array of stakeholders in an extensive range domains, allowing for differentiated perspectives on all of the European Commission’s political ...

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Project RELAY

Spreading and relating EU affairs beyond the EU institutions

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Events postponed due to COVID19

To prevent and fight the spread of the COVID19, the Dutch government banned all gatherings until 31 May 2020. In order to conform to the new regulation, we regret to inform you that the Jean Monnet Lecture on 23 April and the CERiM workshop on 7-8 May ...

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Local and regional authorities: the third dimension of the European Union.

The 3rd Jean Monnet Lecture is planned to take place on the 12 March 2020, 18:30-20:00 in the Turnzaal, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Grote Gracht 90-92.

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Second Jean Monnet Lecture

The second Jean Monnet Lecture was hosted by Dr. Matthias Wismar at Fasos on the 20 February 2020 It was very interesting and helpful to learn about European Public Health Policies (not "System", there is not such a thing, as we learnt). than...

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Jean Monnet lecture: Matthias Wismar

The 2nd Jean Monnet Lecture for the year 2019-2020 will take place on Thursday 20th February 18:30-20:00 in the Spiegelzaal of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (Grote Gracht, 80-82). Dr. Matthias Wismar, Senior Health Policy Analyst at the Europ...

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New article for CERiM Online Paper Serie out!

According to Martinho Pires, there seems then to be a normative tension or mismatch between the form and substance of the soft law acts of macroeconomic coordination and the hard law procedures to enforce them.

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Open Call for CERiM Awards

The Centre for European Research in Maastricht (CERiM) will award two prizes in the academic year 2019-2020 to appreciate efforts to integrate research and teaching, and to reward outstanding interdisciplinary research: