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Christian Kaunert
15 Sep 2017
Alison Woodward
8 Sep 2017
Alexander Mattelaer
7 Sep 2017
Gauri Khandekar and Tomas Wyns
24 Aug 2017

Feasibility Study on Using Automated Technologies to Support Policy-making

The European Commission published a feasibility study on the technological options and the possible “governance framework” necessary for the deployment and management of the Global Internet Policy Observatory.

PILC Alumnus among Martin Ennals Award finalists

Adilur Rahman Khan (Bangladesh), a former PILC (now LLM in International and European Law) student who graduated in 1987, has been nominated for the prestigious Martin Ennals Award for Human Rights Defenders. This prize is awarded by the International Human Rights Community and given to Human Rights Defenders who have shown deep commitment and face great personal risk. The aim of the award is to provide protection through international recognition.

SOURCE Sector Survey Meeting in Brussels

The SOURCE Network of Excellence on societal security organized a sector survey meeting with high-ranking experts from different fields at the VUB on 5 June 2014. About 20 invited representatives from different professions and institutions, including partners of the SOURCE consortium discussed a number of security problems and solutions, following a structured approach of decision support for security solutions, based on the DESSI method.

Launch of TEMPUS project 'Innovating Teaching and Learning of European Studies'

The IES was present for the successful kick-off meeting of the TEMPUS project 'Innovating Teaching and Learning of European Studies' (INOTLES) on 12 February in Maastricht. The partners are now working on the first substantive Work Package aimed at mapping the state of the art in teaching European Studies.The IES is one of nine partners of the consortium led by the University of Maastricht and involving universities from the UK, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.

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