CERiM Member Prof Marjan Peeters delivered presentation at Dutch Embassy in Brussels

Prof Marjan Peeters delivered a presentation on “EU climate law and its impact on national climate legislation” during the workshop “Role and functioning of national and regional climate laws and climate committees in the light of EU climate and ...

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CERiM Co-Director Thomas Christiansen co-edits a special issue of the Asia Europe Journal

A publication of a special issue of the Asia Europe Journal, co-edited by CERiM Co-Director Thomas Christiansen and Richard Maher, has recently been published by Springer. The issue entitled, The Rise of China: Challenges and ...

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CERiM Co-Director Ellen Vos presents Views on Fee-Receiving EU Agencies

CERiM Co-director Ellen Vos represented TARN and presented her views on oversight and resources of fee receiving EU agencies at the Workshop on Oversight and resources of partially and fully self-financed agencies.

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Report on Second Annual CERiM Conference: Contestation of Expertise in the European Union

On 20 April, CERiM held its second annual conference on "Contestation of Expertise in the European Union: Policy-making between evidence-based decision-making and post-truth politics" at the Crowne Plaza, Maastricht.

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MJECL to be published by Sage Publishing

The Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law has switched publishers to Sage Publishing in January 2017. As part of this move, all...

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New Edited Volume on Flexible Integration and Differentiation in EU Law

Edwar Elgar just published a book edited by CERiM members Bruno De Witte, Andrea Ott & Ellen Vos. Entitled "Beween Flexibility and Disintegration: the Trajectory of Differentiation in EU Law", the volume discusses the particularly timely ...

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27-28 June 2017: Call for Papers – International TARN Conference

The Academic Research Network on Agencification of EU Executive Governance (TARN) promotes multi- and interdisciplinary research about the Agencification of EU executive governance in  dialogue between academia and practitioners.

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“Thinking Through the Future of Memory” – Inaugural Conference of the Memory Studies Association, Amsterdam

From 3 to the 5 December 2016, almost 200 memory scholars as well as practitioners from many different countries came together in Amsterdam for the Inaugutal Conference of the Memory Studies Association in Amsterdam. 

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16 January 2017: The post-referendum Brexit debate in the UK

On Monday, 16th January 2017, Professor Michelle Cini, one of the leading scholars on the EU and author of one of the first articles on the Brexit result will give a lecture entitled: ‘The post-referendum Brexit debate in the UK: politics, expertise ...

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'EU & ME' : Commemorating 25 Years of the Maastricht Treaty

Last Friday, 9 December 2016, leading politicians, scholars and interested parties followed the invitation of the municipality of Maastricht to attend the 25th anniversary of the Maastricht Treaty. Among the many speakers to attend, the city was not...

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