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Emilie Hunter appointed Deputy Director to CILRAP-CMN

Emilie Hunter has been appointed Deputy Director to CILRAP-CMN after the project “Enhancing the Rome Statute System of Justice: Supporting National Ownership of Criminal Justice Procedures through Technology-Driven Services”

EUI Life meets President Weiler

Professor Weiler sat down with EUI Life to discuss his motivations for returning to his alma mater

New post for Jean Monnet Fellow

Julie Bailleux, a Jean Monnet Fellow, has been appointed ‘Maître de conferences in public law at University Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas, and will be starting in September. Part of the role will include giving lectures on administrative science and being a member of Centre d’études et de recherches de science administratives et politiques, CERSA.

Global Governance Programme migration survey

The Global Governance Programme is conducting a survey looking into recent migration from the southern EU member states and Ireland. These countries have been hit especially hard by the recent financial crisis and subsequent austerity measures.  Wages have fallen, unemployment has risen, reaching up to 50 per cent in young people in some of these […]

EUI professor elected to academy in Vienna

Rainer Bauböck, professor of social and political theory and the EUI’s dean of graduate studies, has been elected a corresponding member abroad of the Austrian Academy of Science in Vienna. The election recognises scholarly achievements and took place at the Academy’s annual meeting on 19 April. Bauböck is attached to the philosophical-historical class of the […]

Miguel Maduro appointed to Portuguese council of ministers

Miguel Poiares Maduro was recently appointed as Portugal’s minister for regional development and minister adjunct to the prime minister. He will be responsible for media policies, regional development and local development, and will support the Prime Minister. Maduro took up his position on 13 April 2013, leaving his role as director of the Global Governance […]

World Bank trade specialist joins Global Governance Programme

The Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS) has hired a trade specialist from the World Bank to lead a new programme area at the EUI. Bernard Hoekman, former director of the World Bank’s international trade department, joined the RSCAS’s Global Governance Programme on 11 February to run the new ‘Global Economics’ research strand. While […]