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  • News and Views on Europe – 19 April 2019

    The House of Commons is on Easter break until April 23. Meanwhile, the UK government continues to engage in talks with the Labour Party to find a compromise on the post-Brexit future relationship with the EU. A new report by the European Council on Foreign Relations, a think tank, claimed that almost 100 million swing voters are moving "fluidly between parties of the right and left,” and that they are “seeking change”.A senior Huawei official in Brussels, Sophie Batas, has acknowledged that Chinese State Security Law “sets out an obligation on organisations and individuals to provide assistance with work relating to State Security”. European Union countries approved plans for trade talks with the United States on Monday (15 April).

    Apr 19, 2019
  • 37th IISS Fullerton Lecture

    The EU Centre would like to bring your attention to the 37th IISS Fullerton Lecture on "Poland's Pespective on the European Union, Asia, and the Rules-Based International System". This lecture is organised by IISS-Asia and supported by The Fullerton Hotel, Singapore. It will be held on 24 April 2019 from 7pm - 8pm at The Fullerton Hotel, The Straits Room, Level 4 (Drinks reception from 6pm onwards at the Roof Garden, Level 5). For enquiries and registration, please write to Click on the image to read more.

    Apr 9, 2019
  • [Call for Applications] Brussels Summer School for Young Leaders – ‘EU as a Global Actor’

    Applications are now open for the Brussels Summer School for Young Leaders organised by Global Learning. The Summer School will be held at the Institute d'Études Européennes - Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) in Brussels from 24 June – 28 June 2019. For more information and application details, please click on this link: (Application deadline: 10 June 2019). For enquiries, please contact: Click on the image to read more.

    Apr 9, 2019
  • Global Compact on Migration: where will rejecting it bring us?

    In September 2016, the New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants was agreed upon by all member states at the UN General Assembly to address global movement of refugees and migrants. This formed the blueprint for the two legally non-binding documents which aim to save lives and ensure the protection of rights of refugees and migrants. The Global Compacts on Refugees (GCR) and The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) are an effort by the UN to reinforce the message that dialogue and multilateralism are the key to addressing global challenges, and more international cooperation is needed to tackle migration flows and refugee crisis in the future. It is the latter, also known as the migration compact, which has caused controversy and was rejected by several EU countries citing concerns over sovereignty. Click on the image to read more.

    Mar 6, 2019
  • EU Centre’s 10 Anniversary Publications

    We have published two booklets to commemorate the EU Centre’s 10th Anniversary (2008-2018). The first booklet chronicles the development of the EU Centre in Singapore and the second booklet introduces the EU, the challenges it faces and concludes that despite these challenges, the EU still matters. Click on the image to read more.

    Jan 7, 2019
  • January 2019 – Scene@CMM

    The January 2019 issue of the quarterly newsletter, Scene@CMM is out. As we enter our 11th year in 2019, and face the end of our third funding cycle, we have begun on a quest towards a more sustainable model of operations. We hope a new funding model could be found to ensure the long-term viability and vitality of the EUC. We wish all a great start to 2019 and we look forward to your continued support for and engagement with the Centre. Click on the image to read more.

    Jan 4, 2019

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