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The Europaeum Newsletter Retrospective

The Europaeum has been publishing newsletters, reports, reviews, and online material for well over a decade now. We have now uploaded our old Newsletters in their original format, going back to 1995 – the first purpose designed publication for the association, launched and edited by one Paul Flather who had just been appointed Director of International Relations for the […]

Special Reports

Reports from Unique Europaeum Events The Europaeum publishes occasional special reports arising from its international conferences. You can download these reports using the links below, or contact the Europaeum Office to order printed copies. Experiences and Perceptions of Migrants (Connecting Europe Through History): The Europaeum has partnered EUROCLIO – an association of European history teachers in two special […]

International Conference on Academic Freedom

Universities have come under increasing pressures in recent times from many directions – even challenging a central pillar of university life – namely academic freedom. This forms the theme of the international conference linked to the 25th anniversary weekend. Academic Freedom: New Times, New Challenges, will involve a number of keynote speakers discussing the range of […]

Published Lectures

Lectures Available for Download The Europaeum hosts many lectures from eminent academics in the course of its work. These receive a wider audience as pamphlets. All published pamphlets are available to download as pdf files below, or as hard copies from the Europaeum Secretariat.   The Changing Character of Human Rights Professor Andrew Clapham, on The Changing […]

OBITUARY: IN MEMORIAM CHRIS ALLEN

We are very sad to have to report that one of our successful Europaeum alumni, Christopher Allen, died in South Sudan last Saturday (26th August, 2017), aged 26. Chris was killed in a heavy fight between rebel and government troops in the town of Kaya, while reporting on the ensuring civil war in Africa’s youngest […]

European Election Day Exploratory Workshop

The so called ‘democratic deficit’ across the European Union is much discussed and remains in focus despite reforms to improve the status and powers of the European Parliament in relation to the other two pillars of the European Commission and the Council of Ministers. A further set of suggested reforms would be to create a […]

25th Anniversary Weekend & International Conference on Academic Freedom

Universities have come under increasing pressures in recent times from many directions. Together they can be seen as challenging one of the standard principles of university academic life – namely academic freedom. This will form the central theme of the international conference to be linked to our 25th anniversary weekend. Academic Freedom: New Times, New Challenges, will […]