Globalisation, Europe & Multilateralism - Sophistication of the Transnational Order, Networks and European Strategies.
GEM-STONES is a Marie Curie European Joint Doctorate studying the EU's capacity to purposefully manage the growing complexity of the global system. The project starts in October 2016 at the IEE with the welcome of 15 PhD students. Follow us on our dedicated website!
The ‘European Legitimacy in Governing through Hard Times: the role of European Networks’ (ENLIGHTEN)project (2015-2018) is funded by the Horizon 2020 EU programme and gathers 8 partners from all over Europe in Belgium, Denmark, Hungary, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom (4 universities and 4 non-profit organisations). The project is concerned with the legitimacy of European governance in dealing with what we call fast and slow-burning crises. The ENLIGHTEN research team are investigating in the following areas: financial sustainability, deficit reducation and continuity of public services and youth employment. Follow us on our dedicated website!
The EU Court of Justice delivered last March 7th its highly expected decision on the "humanitarian visas case". The fate of an Aleph-resident Syrian family with 3 young children was at the heart of this litigation. This case falls within the context of a political and media crisis that has followed certains decisions of the Litigation Council for Foreigners in Belgium related to humanitarian visas and the injunction addressed to the Belgian state, subject to penalty, to deliver such visas to other Syrians in a similar situation, comment Emmanuelle Bribosia, Director of the Center for European Law (http://cde.ulb.be) and Cecilia Rizcallah, researcher.
In the context of the 60th anniversary of the Rome Treaty, László Andor, former EU Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion and IEE professor, and Mario Telò, President emeritus of the IEE and Director of the GEM doctoral school, reflect on the economic, political and social challenges of the Eurozone and assess its accomplishments.
The Institute for European Studies of the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) is pleased to announce its new edition of the Executive Master in European Union Studies (MEUS) for the academic year 2016-2017. You can apply all along the year for different modules.
Masters in European studies, in economy, advanced master in interdisciplinary analysis of EU integration, advanced master in European law... de spécialisation en analyse interdisciplinaire de la construction européenne, master de spécialisation en droit européen... Studying at the IEE equals benefitting from an opening on Brussels and international affairs as well as interdisciplinary excellence close to hand. Visit our pages and contact us to know more about the cursus you are interested in !