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Reckoning with the Past I: Decolonizing the Curriculum in Europe
Decolonizing the Curriculum in Europe
This panel is designed to highlight European employment/internship opportunities in the private or public sectors, and diplomacy, in Washington D.C.
Reckoning with the Past: Decolonizing European Museums
Social inclusion & societal diversity are some of the key challenges in the EU in a post-pandemic age and thus they have been highlighted as important issues for political action, including in the special ‘European Year of Youth 2022’ & the European Diversity Month initiative
Conversation on the situation in Ukraine and implications for the Global Community.
Reckoning with the Past III Reparations
The French Election - What is at Stake?
Dr. Joaquín Roy, Jean Monnet Professor and Director University of Miami European Union Center of Excellence, made a presentation on Regional Integration and European-Latin American Relations under Political and Economic Circumstances.
Two Ukrainian International Relations professors analyzed Russia's invasion of Ukraine, its occupation of the country's south-east, and Ukraine's ambition to join the European Union.
In this presentation, Dr. Steven D.Roper analyzes the results of his research on the European Union assistance for managing Ukrainian Refugees at the Border of Moldova, and its jurisdictional and operational challenges.
This roundtable aims to explore the intersections of human mobility, race, and ethnicity in South Florida from diverse perspectives, including transatlantic comparisons with Europe. To that end, the Miami-Florida Jean Monnet Center of Excellence invites three expert panelists to discuss the topic from theoretical, policy, and practical perspectives.
When thinking of German businesses, we usually mean West German ones. To add nuance to this perspective, this conversation focuses on the East German economy and on a successful East Germany company that had to restart after 1989 when Communism fell and the German government privatized thousands of companies.
This panel is designed for students and alumni who want to work with/for European non-profit organizations.
Political scientists from Denmark, Italy, Sweden, and the United States shed light on the results of recent elections in Europe.
This panel is designed for students and alumni who want to work with of for European organizations and companies in the emerging technologies sector.
This panel considers several aspects of the current state of democracy in Europe.