Is the Global Governance Programme Global?

Ten years ago the Global Governance Programme was launched in response to a growing need for global governance in an ever more interconnected and multipolar world. Watch this short video to see how the programme’s research activities on EU-Asia trade and international economic relations have developed since then.

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Rules of Origin: New Interview Series by UNCTAD and EUI

The Global Economics team at the Global Governance Programme (GGP) has initiated a new video series on ‘Rules of Origin’ and international trade. Hosted by the Schuman Centre of the European University Institute (EUI), it comprises of interviews with Mr. Stefano Inama,
UNCTAD. The first episode of ‘Rules of Origin’ provides…

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Global Extremes and Religious Diversity Booklet

This booklet provides an overview of some of the work being carried out by two separate but related projects – GREASE and the BRaVE – both of which are coordinated by the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute.

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Global Governance Programme Newsletter

Over the past year, our team worked intensively on creating a better, faster and more user-friendly website. We have implemented new design and structure. We have also simplified and reorganised the content, so that all visitors can find the event, project or research topic of their interest in the easiest way possible…

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Cultural Diplomacy – New Online Course in December 2019

‘Cultural Diplomacy’ is one of the free online courses developed by the Cultural Pluralism research area of the Global Governance Programme (GGP). The three-week-long course, starting on 2 December, is for anyone interested in how cultural diplomacy works in practice and what effect does it have in today’s world…

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