Differentiated integration after ‘Brexit’, 22-23 November 2017, University of Agder, Kristiansand. Dr. F. Asderaki presented a research about Brext and Knowledge Policies.
An intensive intellectual exercise along with Frank Schimmelfennig (ETH Zürich), Dirk Leuffen (University of Konstanz), Katharina Holzinger and Thomas Malang (University of Konstanz), Benjamin Leruth (University of Canberra), Stefan Gänzle (UiA) and Jarle Trondal (UiA), Andrew Glencross (Aston University), Øyvind Svendsen (University of Copenhagen) and Rebecca Adler-Nissen (University of Copenhagen), Cristina Fasone (LUISS, Rome) and Diane Fromage (University of Maastricht), Michael Johns (Laurentian University), Cristina Juverdeanu (King’s College, London), Paul James Cardwell (University of Strathclyde), Thomas Henöckl (UiA), Eleftheria Markozani (University of Piraeus), Paul Gillespie (University College Dublin),Adam Szymanski (University of Warsaw).
Many thanks to the hosts and specially to Anne Elizabeth Stie, Head of the Department of Political Science and Management (UiA).
The Jean Monnet Chair for the European Union's Education, Training, Research and Innovation Policies and the Laboratory O f Educational policies, Research, Development, Innovation and Interuniversity Cooperation of the University of Piraeus are organizing the seminar “Europe and the opportunities offered to Youth”. The seminar will take place on Tuesday 14 th of November 2017, 15.15 – 18.00 p.m. at the Conference Room.
The seminar is taking place in the framework of the Open Module “European Education, Research and Innovation policies”, being implemented by the Jean Monnet Chair for the European Union's Education, Training, Research and Innovation Policies of the Department of International and European Studies of the University of Piraeus.
In the seminar will participate: Τeam Europe Greece, Hellenic Youth Participation and Interalia.
The Jean Monnet Chair for the European Union's Education, Training, Research and Innovation Policies attended the opening ceremony of the ‘’Energy Union Future Leaders Academy’’ that took place on the 10th of November. Energy Union Future Leaders Academy is the first international academy concerning the Energy Union that has been co-organized by the Greek Energy Forum and the Energy and Environmental Policy Laboratory of the University of Piraeus, supported by the Vice President of the European Commission responsible for the Energy Union, Maroš Šefčovič and under the auspices of European Commission.
Oil, Gas and Hydrocarbon markets, major infrastructure projects, energy security, renewable energy sources as well as the impact of the crisis on Ukraine were among the topics that have been discussed at the Academy. Young students and professional from 10 countries attended the Academy.
The Laboratory of Educational Policy, Research, Development and Interuniversity Cooperation of the Department of International and European Studies of University of Piraeus held a two-day youth festival as part of the Erasmus+ - Jean Monnet European Programme "Include European Union Values - IncludU, 2016-18", attended by 18 Lyceums from all over Greece and coordinated by Assistant Professor Foteini Asderaki, Jean Monnet Chair on European Union’s Education, Training, Research and Innovation Policies, Department of International and European Studies, University of Piraeus.
The Jean Monnet Chair for the European Union's Education, Training, Research and Innovation Policies attended the Ceremony of the proclamation of Mr Frans Timmermans as an Honorary Doctorate of the Department of Political Science and Public Administration of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
At the Ceremony that took place on the 30th of October, Mr. Timmermans, First Vice-President of the European Commission, received an honour for his offering on European Politics, International Relations and Human Rights.