Institute News and Events

Crime (Verbrechen) by Ferdinand von Schirach (European Book Club)

Date: 
Saturday, 25 February, 2012 (All day)

The Network of European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC); presented in Vancouver by the Alliance Française, the Istituto Italiano di Cultura & the Goethe-Institut; invites you to the fourth European Book Club in Vancouver. We will read and discuss the bestselling book Crime (Verbrechen) by Ferdinand von Schirach.

Admission to the book club is free, but registration is required: eubookclub.vancouver@shaw.ca.

Details below the break.

European Union: Instances of Cooperation and Discord (Call for Papers)

On March 2nd, 2012, York University’s European Union Center of Excellence will be holding its third annual Graduate Student Conference at its Glendon Campus in Toronto, Ontario. This year’s theme will be “European Union: Instances of Cooperation and Discord/ Union Européenne: entre coopération et désaccord”. The purpose is to showcase graduate student work and promote debate on topics relating to the European Union.

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Deadline: 
17 January, 2012 (All day)

Crisis of the Eurozone - What it May Mean for Canada's Economy (Seminar)

Date: 
Thursday, 26 January, 2012 (All day)

IES director, K. Hübner, will be giving a talk about the Eurozone Crisis later this month at the Canadian German Chamber of Industry and Commerce. Check under the break for details. 

Young Researches Network of the European Community Studies Association-Canada

YRN Executive Board is excited to present to you its newly-developed
website: www.ecsac-yrn.ca.

EU Environment Policy - Moving Towards a Resource Efficient Europe? (Lecture)

Date: 
Friday, 20 January, 2012 - 12:00 - 13:30

Please join us for Anne Burrill, Deputy Head of Unit for International Relations and Enlargement of the European Commission, who will give a talk titiled 'EU Environment Policy - Moving Towards a Resource Efficient Europe?' as part of our Jean Monnet Lecture Series.

Click here to download flyer. Check below the break for a brief bio for Anne Burrill.

UPDATE: Click here for presentation slides.

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