You are cordially invited to a panel discussion on “Global Perspectives on China’s Recalibrations of Belt and Road Initiative – Lessons learnt, Challenges and Opportunities”. The event will be held on Friday, 17 January 2020 (9am – 11.15am) at NTU@one-north, Level 3, Function Hall 3 (FH 3). Click on the image to read more.
The EU Centre would like to bring your attention to the information session on the opportunities to carry out research with a grant from the European Research Council (ERC) organised by EURAXESS ASEAN. The event will be held on Thursday, 3 October 2019, at Nanyang Technological University, from 2pm to 5pm. Click on the image to read more.
The EU Centre would like to highlight the annual education fair organised by the European Union (EU) Delegation to Singapore, Study in Europe 2019. It will be held on Saturday, 28 September from 10am – 5pm at Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre (Level 3). Click on the image to read more.
The Asia-Europe Institute, University of Malaya, one of the key partners of the Jean Monnet network led by the EU Centre, organised the Asia-Europe Conference 2019 on the theme “Europe in the New Asia: New Anxieties, New Construct”. Click on the image to read more.
Thank you everyone, keynote speakers, guests, and attendees. The policy dialogue on Collaborative Approaches to Implementing the United Nations SDG Agenda, organised by the EU Centre in Singapore together with its partners from Australia (EU Centre at RMIT and Australian National University), Scotland (Univerity of Glasgow) and New Zealand (NCRE University of Canterbury), has been a success!
As part of the the Erasmus+ Jean Monnet network activities, the Policy, Politics, Culture: EU Migration and Integration (PPCEUMI) network hosted a Migration Policy Dialogue entitled “Immigration Anxieties in Europe, Singapore and Australia: Facts and Frictions” in Singapore on 19 March, 2019. This policy note published in conjunction with our partner, Australia National University Centre for European Studies (ANUCES), is drawn from the panel discussion at the dialogue, focusing on migration and integration policies in Singapore. Our researcher Jasmine Khin gives a summary on the differentiated policy approaches taken by the Singapore government to manage migration and diversities and to integrate new immigrants. Click on the image to read more.
You are cordially invited to the Policy Dialogue on “Collaborative Approaches to Implementing the United Nations SDG Agenda”. The event will be held on Thursday, 13 June 2019 (9.30am – 12.30pm) at Function Hall 3 (Level 3), NTU @ one-north, Singapore. Click on the image to read more.
The joint symposium on “Europe in the Indo-Pacific: Moving from Periphery to the Centre?” kicked off with opening remarks from Institute of South Asian Studies Director Professor C Raja Mohan and Swedish Institute of International Affairs Research Fellow Dr Henrik Chetan Aspengren. Warmly welcoming participants to the symposium, Professor Mohan and Dr Aspengren outlined the burgeoning debate on the concept of an “Indo-Pacific” region and the role of Europe in this region. Click on the image to read more.
The talk by His Excellency Mr George Katrougalos on the Future of the EU from a Greek Perspective was timely in view of the recent 2019 European Parliament elections which His Excellency spoke about. He viewed the outcome of the election as generally positive as the voter participation was above 50 percent for the first time in 20 years. Click on the image to read more.
[By Invitation Only] The Jean Monnet Network on Challenges to Multiculturalism and Multilateralism in Europe and Southeast Asia is a network comprising the EU Centre in Singapore, Universitas Indonesia, University of Malaya and Maastricht University. This workshop in Singapore is focused on the Challenges to Multiculturalism in Europe and Southeast Asia. The papers to be presented in this workshop seek to examine the recent debates with regards to the retreat from multiculturalism and the challenges that Europe and Southeast Asia face in managing ethnic, religious and cultural diversities as the rise of identity politics began to polarize societies. The papers presented at the Workshop will be published in an edited volume as one of the deliverable of the Jean Monnet Network. Registration by invitation and prior registration only.