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Get to Know the EU Institutions: EU Council
February 11, 2021 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Ever wanted to know how the EU works? The UNC Center for European Studies (CES) is hosting a spring webinar series on EU institutions! The February 11 webinar focuses on the EU Council, an umbrella institution for the European Council and Council of the EU. Speakers include Holger Moroff, faculty in the UNC-CH Department of Political Science, and Allison Haskins, CES outreach coordinator.
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Allison Haskins is the outreach coordinator for the UNC Center for European Studies. Allison studied abroad as an undergrad at Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, in Giessen, Germany and returned to Germany to complete her Master’s in European-American Studies at Universität Regensburg, in Regensburg Germany. She wrote her master’s thesis on data privacy and differences in privacy cultures between Europe and the US. She is an avid Model European Union (MEU) participant and organizer. She participated in MEU Mainz 2017, the inaugural MEU Scotland 2017, MEU Brussels 2018, and was part of the organizing team for the inaugural MEU Paris 2018. In addition, Allison has interned with the Atlantic Academy in Kaiserslautern, Germany, volunteered for the Federation of German-American Clubs, and interned with the European Parliament Liaison Office in Washington D.C., and the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium. She speaks fluent German and beginner Turkish.
Holger Moroff is an adjunct professor in the UNC-CH Department of Political Science. He has served as DAAD visiting assistant professor in the Department, and has taught international and comparative politics at Friedrich Schiller University Jena since 2002. Before that he was a senior research fellow at the Institute for European Politics (IEP) in Berlin. He studied political science and economics at Washington University in St. Louis and the universities of Bochum and Bonn. His research focuses on security theories and European integration as well as on comparative political corruption and the internationalization of anti-corruption regimes. He is the editor of the book “European soft security policies” (2002), co-editor of “Anti-corruption for Eastern Europe” (forthcoming 2009) and has published numerous articles in scholarly journals and edited volumes.