The Eastern Partnership between Blockage and Revitalization
Venue: Oradea University, Oradea, RomaniaPeriod: 6-13 June 2018Open to: PhD students and postdoctoral researchers
Costs: The organizers bear the cost of accommodation and meals during the summer school
(7 days). Travel costs are not-covered by the project. No Participation fees.
The event was organized within the framework of the Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Project ENACTED European Union and its neighbourhood. Network for enhancing EU’s actorness in the eastern borderlands 2017-2625 coordinated by Centre for European Studies - Alexandru Ioan Cuza university of Iasi
Certification: Participants received at the end of the programme a certificate of attendance.
Programme [click here] ‘Through the combination of high-quality academics, experts and vibrant researchers from Belarus, Hungary, Moldova, Poland, Romania and Ukraine, the School proved to be an intellectually stimulating platform that offered me a fresh insight into the EU’s external role and its impact over the wider eastern neighborhood area. I really benefitted from a high-value feedback that set in motion and helped fast advancing an integral part of my new academic course “EU in a global world: Part. 5 Eastern Partnership” which will be presented at Ukrainian Catholic University in the next academic year.Above all, the presentation sessions created an ideal setting to get in touch with other young researchers, which led to interesting exchanges about individual experience and a favorable context for transborder cultural dialogue. Finally, this summer school allowed the partici-pants to build a strong network. The discussions flew without scientific prejudices, being inclusive and open to any academic approach and researcher. This was the most valuable!’Dr. Halyna PROTSYK, Lecturer at the Department of Political Science, Ukrainian Catholic University, Ukraine‘It was a pleasure to attend the Summer School organized by the University of Oradea. I will always remember the lectures and following discussions on the EU’s actorness and the EaP challenges. We have built great friendship and partnership for future cooperation. Many of us have already arranged further meetings in our home countries. We plan to strengthen and enlarge our group and share our experience and knowledge in our home countries.We also prepared articles to document our findings obtained during the summer school in cross-country cooperation.Michał STAWINOGA, Phd Student, Warsaw School of Economics, Poland
European Union and its neighbourhood. Network for
enhancing EU’s actorness in the eastern borderlands