A new episode of "Making Sense of EU" is out. Join us as we discuss the challenges facing liberal democracy in the European Union with Professor Ramona Coman.Read More
We are thrilled to announce the release of the latest episode of "Making Sense of EU," focusing on the EU, asylum seekers and migrants through the lens of (in)equality. This thought-provoking episode delves into one of the most polarizing topics in EU affairs today – the treatment of asylum seekers in the European Union.Read More
Why has gender become such a loaded word? As anti-gender campains keep emerging in the EU, we discuss the actors and networks behind them with Professor David Paternotte in our new episode of our podcast Making Sense of EU.Read More
Talking with EU: the first student run podcast at the IEE, where the students' point of view takes the centre stage. This show looks to extend the conversation of the topics discussed at the podcast ‘Making sense of EU’ of the Institute d'études européennes. A podcast for the students and by the students.Read More
Making sense of environmental and ecological justice, and the role of the law and of citizen participation in it is not easy. Professors Chiara Armeni & Maria Lee help us understand what's at stake when it comes to decision-making in this area.Read More
War in European soil is the latest test on EU resilience. After living in a polycrisis for the last couple of decades, the European Union is facing one of its toughest trials, one that is pushing it out of its “soft power” approach to international relations. How will the EU handle a return to War in Europe? And how does inequality manifest in this context?Read More
The Institut d’études européennes is happy to announce the launch of its podcast “Making sense of EU”, a seasonal production that seeks to shed light on EU affairs through the latest scientific research by IEE academics, researchers, and project partners.Read More
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