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Two Centre members are involved in a new EU-funded project which looks into the present-day contestation of gender equality issues and policies at both elite and citizen levels in Europe.
New EU-funded project: The Representative Disconnect: diagnosis and strategies for rectification (REDIRECT)
Four Centre members are involved in a new EU-funded project which aims to enhance our understanding of the current transformations of representative democracy in Europe at national and supranational level.
The Centre is involved in the development of a network on democratic backsliding, both in the UK and in Europe.
CES organises a reading group on Democracy in Europe which brings together scholars from different disciplines and at different stages of their careers.
Centre Director Sandra Kröger meets European colleagues to discuss the possibility of a future project on Regulating Digital Democracy.
The Centre for European Studies and the Human Rights and Democracy Forum join forces for this two-day workshop with high profile speakers.
The Centre for Political Thought and the Centre for European Studies join forces for the book launch of ‘Flexible Europe. Differentiated Integration, Fairness, and Democracy’ by Richard Bellamy, Sandra Kröger, and Marta Lorimer.
CES has obtained internal funding for events on democratic backsliding.
Tourya Guaaybess arrived at CES in early November.
Joint reading group on Democracy in Europe with the Human Rights and Democracy Forum.
Dr Sandra Kröger will cooperate with colleagues from the Universities of Copenhagen, Hamburg, and Lleiden.
The Centre for European Governance has changed its name and is now the Centre for European Studies (CES).
Dr Sandra Kröger is the new Director of the Centre for European Studies (CES).