The MEDRESET project came to an end in July after three years of extensive work. Their final review and workshop was held in Rome in July. “The project aimed to reset our thinking of the Mediterranean and the EU policies in the region, developing new […]
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Dr. Daniela Huber and Dr. Maria Cristina Paciello published a final recommendation entitled “Towards a More Reflexive EU in the Mediterranean” in the framework of MEDRESET. It is available here
EU-LISTCO organised a workshop on Hybrid Governance and Limited Statehood in the MENA region at the Robert Schuman Centre. The workshop aimed to identify different ways in which constellations of actors can provide governance and help situate the region’s experiences in comparative terms.
We are excited to announce that our first webinar with Pierre Krähenbühl is now available here. We would like to wholeheartedly thank M. Krähenbühl for his participation.
Event: international conference “Comparing Nigerian and Turkish media coverage of climate change: Adaptation or Mitigation?”
Defne Gunay and Metin Ersoy participated in the international IAMCR conference “Comparing Nigerian and Turkish media coverage of climate change: Adaptation or Mitigation?” in Madrid on 7-11 July 2019. The programme is available here
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Gökay Özerim co-authored “Journalists’ Perceptions of Populism and the Media: A Cross-National Study Based on Semi-Structured Interviews”, published in Communicating Populism (Routledge).
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Gökay Özerim published “Visa and Migration Diplomacy as the Tools of Soft Power in Turkish Foreign Policy After the End of Cold War” in Nobel Kitap, as part of Prof. Tarık Oğuzlu and Prof. Yelda Ongun’s edited book entitled “Current Issues and […]
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Gökay Özerim was awarded Jean Monnet Chair on migration in EU-Turkey Relations by the European Commission
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Gökay Özerim was awarded Jean Monnet Chair on migration in EU-Turkey Relations by the European Commission. More information and photos here