From Helsinki to Berlin: Europe and the fall of the Berlin Wall
The NOWALL project – headed by CEI-Iscte researcher Luís Nuno Rodrigues – is being developed in partnership with the Young Educators Europe (Portugal, Germany and Helsinki), the Willy Brandt Foundation (Germany), CAAT Projects (Netherlands) and the University of Helsinki (Finland), and with the support of the European Commission – Europe for Citizens programme. The project aims to promote a better understanding of European history and its diversity, focusing on the contribution of European actors to the fall of the Wall. From September 2019 to October 2020 the project partners will promote academic conferences, debates, workshops, non-formal education activities and public exhibitions in Portugal, Germany, Netherlands and Finland with diversified audiences – secondary school and university students, teachers, activists, researchers and the public in general. We will also disseminate information through a website and social media to reach a wider audience on the topics of the project.
Europa como Ator Global
In the context of the major changes that have been taking place in the global stage, whereby the EU’s values and standards — not to mention its own existence — are constantly being challenged from outside as well as from within, new foreign policy tools have emerged, such as the EU Global Strategy. To analyse the EU’s current challenges and opportunities, the Center for International Studies at ISCTE-IUL develops a research project to understand the kind of role the EU can play in the current transformations that we have been witnessing, as well as the domestic and external obstacles it faces as an actor. In this context, CEI organizes in Lisbon an annual interdisciplinary international conference on Europe as a Global Actor, with the presentation of papers by academics from all over Europe, which are then published at CEI's Ebook'IS series.
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