Upcoming Events

26 Jan 2021 - 16:00       Research Colloquium
28 Jan 2021 - 16:00
About this Event Following the recent publication of a special issue in Regional Studies (2020, Vol 54, No 11) studying immigrant integration policies at the subnational level, this webinar will discuss the drivers and effects of subnational immigrant integration beyond the cases studied in the SI. While the SI has offered inspiring results regarding subnational integration policies in Europe and North America, the aim of this webinar is to adopt a more global outlook by discussing immigrant integration policies ‘worldwide’, i.e. with insights from other geographical areas (Africa, Asia, Latin America). To discuss the drivers and effects of immigrant integration in less studied countries or regional areas, the webinar will feature experts from different geographical areas.
9 Feb 2021 - 16:00       Research Colloquium
9 Feb 2021 - 18:00
As two frontrunners in international education, research, and academic services, the Institute for European Studies (IES) and Vesalius College (VeCo) have closely collaborated for many years now. We are excited to share with you that from this February onwards, this collaboration will enter a new phase with a joint new brand: the Brussels School of Governance (BSoG), an alliance between the IES and VeCo. Make sure to mark Tuesday 9 February from 18h00-19h00 in your calendar and join us on Facebook for our BSoG brand launch that will reveal what this new School is all about!
19 Feb 2021 - 09:00
During the workshop, there is plenty of room for a virtual discussion - you are welcome to join! Please register here
4 Mar 2021 - 14:30
For a long time, the decarbonisation targets and policies of the EU have been seen as good news for natural gas. However, the introduction of increasingly stringent long-term emissions reduction targets are calling into question the medium-to-long term prospects of such a commodity in Europe, as gas demand is foreseen to stabilise in the EU-27 over the coming decade, to fall abruptly as of 2030. Such a dynamic is likely to affect several natural gas exporters in the EU’s neighbourhood. For these countries, the energy relations with the EU are important on economic, political, social and ideational grounds. The effect of decarbonisation on a key export good entails a significant change in an important aspect in these countries’ bilateral relations with the EU. How does the future look for these countries’ resources as their main customer accelerates its decarbonisation plans? Is Europe’s energy transition likely to trigger a re-orientation in the hydrocarbons exporters’ foreign policy and commercial strategies? And what does this mean for the EU’s energy and climate diplomacy in its Eastern and Southern neighbourhood? Venue: Online, please register here to attend Date: 4 March 2021, 14:30 – 16:30
9 Mar 2021 - 16:00       Research Colloquium
26 May 2021 - 08:00
The European Union in International Affairs, #EUIA21 Conference provides a major forum for academics and policy-makers to debate the role of the EU in the turbulent realm of international affairs. The seventh edition of this event will take place from 26 to 28 May 2021 and focus on the theme ‘Assessing the EU’s Capacity to Act’. #EUIA21 will be the single major stopover of the academic conference circuit in Brussels.