Jean Monnet at Lancaster
The ‘Jean Monnet at Lancaster’ project is aimed at providing staff, students and the wider community with an opportunity to learn more about, and engage with, the work of the European Union.
What we do
The project supports the organisation of a range of events centred at Lancaster University. This involves a series of lectures and seminars throughout the academic year including research workshops as well as more policy orientated public events in the area of EU studies. These activities are aimed at ‘cross-fertilisation’, promoting discussion and reflection on EU issues and enhancing knowledge about the Union and its processes in the wider Lancaster region.
The 'Jean Monnet at Lancaster' project will be holding a number of events throughout 2022. Full details, including confirmed dates, will be publicised in due course in our confirmed events listing.
You can read brief details about some of the events we are planning, including approximate dates and invited speakers:Planned Events
Confirmed events will appear here.
‘His Excellency Mr Igor Pokaz, Croatian Ambassador to the United Kingdom, formally opens Jean Monnet EU Studies at Lancaster, 13 February 2020’
‘Croatia, the EU’s newest member state, holds the rotating Presidency of the European Council - in this talk, the Croatian Ambassador to the United Kingdom outlined his government’s plans for 2020.
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