Open Call for Participation  for legal practitioners (lawyers and judges) to participate in the first three 'transnational training workshops' of the e-NACT project of the Centre for Judicial Cooperation. Deadline is 1 March 2018.

Apply for the 2018 Summer School organised by our Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom programme on 'Journalism in the era of algorithms and artificial intelligence'. Deadline to apply 28 February.

Check out our new ' MONITOR - Global Intelligence on Racism' a monthly magazine and portal, acting as a channel to bring the most innovative research on racism around the world to global civil society and policy communities. 


The Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) organised by the Global Governance Programme, Cultural Pluralism area on 'Why Do People Migrate' and 'Cultural Heritage and the City' are ongoing.

Focus on Brexitour academics engage and debate on the meaning and implications of a UK departure from the EU.


Boris Johnson Wants ‘Safe, Dignified Return’ for Rohingya - Why it’s Way too Early to Mention ‘Return’, Op-ed by Katie Kuschminder, published on Medium on 15 February 2018

The International Economic Consequences of Mr. Trump, Op-ed by Jean Pisani-Ferry published on Project Syndicate on 30 January 2018



RSCAS Seminar Series


Page last updated on 20 February 2018