The Elysée Treaty: 50 Years of French-German partnership. What Does it Mean to Europe?
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Elysée Treaty between France and Germany, the Institute for European Studies at the University of British Columbia, in partnership with the Consulate generals of France and Germany in Vancouver, is organizing the international symposium: The Elysée Treaty: 50 Years of French-German Partnership. What Does it Mean to Europe?
The Institute for European Studies & The School of Journalism present:
Tony Lockett - Deputy Head of the Communication Unit at the European Commission
'European Union 2.0' How digital media are changing the EU
Friday Feb. 8th, 2013 | 12:30-13:30 | UBC Sing Tao Building, Room 104
The IES is proud to announce that it--in conjunction with the French Consulate General in Vancouver and the German Consulate General in Vancouver--will be hosting an international symposium of German, French and Canadian speakers in order to discuss Franco-German relations and commemorate the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Élysée.
More information is provided on the website of the French Consulate General of France in Vancouver.
Friday, November 30, 2012
Public Keynote Address
Liberal Democracies and the Challenge of Accommodating Diversity—A Transatlantic Perspective
Oliver Schmidtke, Director of the Centre for Global Studies; Jean Monnet Chair in European Politics and History, University of Victoria