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Jean Monnet Centre for Europe in the World at King's College London
Date du début: 1 sept. 2015, Date de fin: 31 août 2018 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The primary purpose of the proposed Jean Monnet Centre for Europe in the World at King's College London is to act as a catalyst and impetus for joint activities of staff and students across Law, Humanities and Social Sciences. Led by by the Department of European & International Studies as the focal point for EU studies within the College and with an excellent national and international reputation for research and teaching, the JMCE will add value by bringing together expertise of the history, politics and culture of both European and non-European countries and regions with the most relevant disciplinary approaches to the EU’s foreign policy and external relations such as external relations law, political science, and history. The JMCE would be exceptionally well-placed to exploit the unique opportunities King’s London location offers in terms of engaging scholars, students, officials, civil society, business, practitioners and citizens from all over the world in debates about the regional and global challenges to the EU. There is no such centre in London at the moment enabling the JMCE to fill a real gap. More specifically, the JMCE aims to:• Offer a new MA module on Global Europe to students of participating departments, as well as support a BA level module on the external relations of the EU (enhance teaching).• Support a series of interdisciplinary activities including an “Emerging Powers” seminar series, annual keynote lectures by leading personalities on EU external relations and a School of Diplomacy for diplomats of third countries resident in London who are interested in deepening their knowledge of the EU foreign policy.• Support a website to increase the visibility of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, a Facebook page and a Twitter account, an annual week-long series of events and open to the public and including practitioners (enhance outreach & stimulate debate)