EU3D professors John Erik Fossum and Jarle Trondal offer the PhD course ‘A differentiated Europe and its implications’.
Application deadline: 13 April 2021.
The Centre of International Relations at the University of Ljubljana and TEPSA hosts the first DiCE Townhall Meeting on 'Differentiated Integration and Migration: the perception of reality and policy' on 25 May 2021.
The conference will bring together experts and stakeholders from policymaking, civil society and academia, as well as a ‘witness panel’ with stakeholders involved in the Brexit negotiations.
The European Governance and Politics Programme (EGPP) at EUI is organising a research seminar on EU Member States’ positions on differentiated integration. Speakers are Claudia Badulescu, Stefan Telle and Daniel Fernandes.
TEPSA, EUI and the Centre international de formation européenne are organising a stakeholder forum on the French perspectives of differentiated integration.
TEPSA, EUI and the Elcano Royal Institute are organising a stakeholder forum on the Spanish perspectives of differentiated integration.
TEPSA, EUI and the Finnish Institute of International Affairs are organising a stakeholder forum on the Finnish perspectives of differentiated integration.
Comenius University will host a closed EU3D workshop on the EU as a segmented political order and the new organizational forms in EU governance.
TEPSA is organising in cooperation with its Portuguese member institute a panel on “Differentiated Integration and the Future of Europe” in the framework of the project InDivEU.
TEPSA, EUI and the Estonian Foreign Policy Institute are organising a stakeholder forum on Estonian perspectives of differentiated integration.
TEPSA, EUI and Comenius University are organising a stakeholder forum on the Slovak perspectives of differentiated integration.
TEPSA, EUI and the University of Warsaw have organised a stakeholder forum on Polish perspectives of differentiated integration.
In cooperation with DiCE, the ACES annual conference will examine the promises, pitfalls and pathways of differentiated integration within the EU, bringing together researchers from three EU-funded projects.
InDivEU will organise a panel on the EU's differentiated future after Brexit during TEPSA's Pre-Presidency Conference in June 2020.
Bruegel will host an online EU3D policy dialogue on the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic on the conference on the future of Europe.
Scholars from the InDivEU project will present and discuss the results of the project achieved so far in an online conference on 11-12 June 2020.
John Erik Fossum held a DiCE lecture titled 'A differentiated Europe facing Brexit - What can we learn from the Norway model?' at the European University Institute on 24 February 2020.
DiCE consortium members met at the European University Institute to discuss upcoming project activities on 24 February 2020.
Comenius University in Bratislava hosted a EU3D workshop on crises, differentiating shocks and fragmentation on 6-7 February 2020.
Frank Schimmelfennig gave a breakfast talk on differentiated integration in EU-Turkey relations at the Istanbul Policy Center-Sabancı University-Stiftung Mercator Initiative on 4 February 2020.
ARENA Centre for European Studies organised a EU3D workshop on differentiation and dominance in Oslo on 23-24 January 2020.