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12th Annual Illinois EU Studies Conference

The European Union Center at the University of Illinois is pleased to announce the schedule for its 12th Illinois EU Studies Conference ("Sustainable Europe"), which will take place in an online/hybrid format on April 20-22. This signature annual conference serves … Continued

Gender Equity in Europe and Beyond

Gender Equity in Europe and Beyond is a new series of roundtable discussions launched by CEUTTSS. The series brings together scholars, researchers, practitioners and policy-makers to evaluate progress in gender equity across the EU, the USA, and beyond; and look … Continued

MEET EU Expert Career Panel: Young Professionals Share their Experiences

This MEET EU Expert Career panel, made up of young professionals, provides first-hand experiences from the student perspective regarding European work settings, including legal, cultural, and other human resources differences. TO REGISTER, CLICK HERE For more information, contact Christine I. Caly-Sanchez … Continued

Alumni in Diplomacy Panel Discussion

Nelson Mandela Auditorium, Fedex Global Center 301 Pittsboro St, Chapel Hill, NC

Save the date for an April 22 panel featuring three accomplished Carolina alumni working in the world of diplomacy and international affairs. The event is part of UNC Global’s Diplomacy Week. Join us on April 22 for a panel featuring … Continued

Twenty-First Annual Czech and Slovak Studies Workshop

Toy Lounge, Dey Hall

This year’s Czech and Slovak Workshop has relied on generous funding from the Center for European Studies; the Center for Slavic, Eurasian, and East European Studies; the Department of History; the College of Arts and Sciences; the North Carolina Germans … Continued

Ukrainian Refugees in the Czech Republic: Experiences and Reactions

Zoom conversation with Zuzana Schrieberová, director, Multicultural Center Prague Register here to participate. Since the beginning of Russia’s war in Ukraine, at least 240,000 Ukrainians have fled to the Czech Republic. What has this development meant for Czech society? What … Continued