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Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

Global Governance Network The Global Governance Network is a dynamic virtual community of scholars, policy experts and institutions, which seeks to encourage debate and increase the knowledge and understanding of global issues. It is a platform for members to exchange research, policy analysis and commentary, and to disseminate their work to a broader audience of academics, policy makers, international organizations, private sector executives, and media. network.globalgovernanceprogramme.eu

Fellowship Programmes Jean Monnet GGP Fellows Through the Jean Monnet Fellowship Programme at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, the GGP offers fellowships to post-docs in the early stages of their academic careers. The call for Jean Monnet Fellowship applications for the academic year 2012/13 closes on 25 October 2011. For more information: www.eui.eu/JMF

Miguel Poiares Maduro Director Global Governance Programme European University Institute Villa La Pagliaiuola Via delle Palazzine, 17/19 50014 San Domenico di Fiesole (FI) - Italy Email: miguel.maduro@eui.eu For more information, please contact: Angelika Lanfranchi Secretary of the Director Global Governance Programme European University Institute Villa La Pagliaiuola Via delle Palazzine, 17/19 50014 San Domenico di Fiesole (FI) - Italy Tel. +39 055 4685 946 Fax +39 055 4685 959 Email: angelika.lanfranchi@eui.eu globalgovernance.programme@eui.eu

EU/Asia Fellows The EU/Asia Fellowship Programme aims at encouraging post-doctoral research on EU/Asia relations or global issues of importance for both Europe and Asia. Intellectually distinguished fellows have the opportunity to conduct two years of research articulated as follows: one year at the EUI and one year at one of the Asian participant institutions:

, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences , Keio University , IEEM/University of Macau

www.globalgovernanceprogramme.eu


The Global Governance Programme at the EUI Global Governance has become a key concept in many academic and policy debates. There is strong awareness nowadays that many issues have a global dimension, and cannot be effectively dealt with at the level of individual states or regional organizations. The world faces a myriad of increasingly complex issues, such as humanitarian crises and intervention, terrorism, conflict resolution and peace-building, poverty, climate change and instability in the international economic system. Resolving these issues requires the involvement of global players, ranging from private actors to intergovernmental organizations. The role of the Global Governance Programme (GGP) in this scenario is to share knowledge, develop new ideas on these issues, and serve as a bridge between research and policy-making. The GGP is part of the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies of the European University Institute, a world-renowned and truly European academic institution uniquely placed to contribute the European perspective to the global governance debate.

Academy of Global Governance (AGG)

Research Strands

The AGG is a unique executive training programme, unprecedented within the EU. It combines the EUI’s toplevel academic environment with distinguished speakers coming from academia, politics and business.

Diverse dimensions of global governance are investigated in research strands and projects coordinated by senior scholars, both from the EUI and from other internationally recognized top institutions, and involving fellows and researchers.

The AGG Executive Training Seminars offer three and a half days of intensive and interactive training by some of the world’s leading experts in the field of global governance, to the "leaders of the future": young executives and policy-makers, public sector officials, private sector professionals, junior academics, and diplomats. Topics of upcoming AGG Executive Seminars: , Counter-Terrorism Policies , Economics of Global Governance , Global Security , Conflict Resolution , Regional Integration , Tax Havens , Climate Governance An online registration form is available on the Academy webpage: www.eui.eu/Project/GGP/Academy

High-Level Policy Seminars The GGP High-Level Policy Seminars aim to generate and contribute to academic and policy debates by convening key policy makers and academics to discuss the current challenges of global governance. In 2011 the GGP will host three High-Level Policy Seminars: , International Trade and the Doha Round, 4 February , European and United States Counter-Terrorism Policies. The Rule of Law and Human Rights, 16 March , The Macroeconomic and the Financial Landscape in the Aftermath of the 2007 Crisis. New Challenges and Perspectives, 6 June

Topics: , Climate Change , Democracy and Accountability in Global Governance , Economics of Global Governance , Global Governance and Gender Equity , Global Governance and Institutional Choice , Global Justice , Global Regulation of Energy, Water and Natural Resources , History and Globalization , International Economic Law and Integration , Migration , Regional Integration , Terrorism and other International Security Issues

Global Governance Debates Two experts presenting diverging viewpoints on an issue of global relevance. A brief paper prepared by each speaker is circulated to the participants in advance. The debate starts by speakers reacting to each other's papers. Papers and reaction papers are published.


The Global Governance Programme at the EUI Global Governance has become a key concept in many academic and policy debates. There is strong awareness nowadays that many issues have a global dimension, and cannot be effectively dealt with at the level of individual states or regional organizations. The world faces a myriad of increasingly complex issues, such as humanitarian crises and intervention, terrorism, conflict resolution and peace-building, poverty, climate change and instability in the international economic system. Resolving these issues requires the involvement of global players, ranging from private actors to intergovernmental organizations. The role of the Global Governance Programme (GGP) in this scenario is to share knowledge, develop new ideas on these issues, and serve as a bridge between research and policy-making. The GGP is part of the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies of the European University Institute, a world-renowned and truly European academic institution uniquely placed to contribute the European perspective to the global governance debate.

Academy of Global Governance (AGG)

Research Strands

The AGG is a unique executive training programme, unprecedented within the EU. It combines the EUI’s toplevel academic environment with distinguished speakers coming from academia, politics and business.

Diverse dimensions of global governance are investigated in research strands and projects coordinated by senior scholars, both from the EUI and from other internationally recognized top institutions, and involving fellows and researchers.

The AGG Executive Training Seminars offer three and a half days of intensive and interactive training by some of the world’s leading experts in the field of global governance, to the "leaders of the future": young executives and policy-makers, public sector officials, private sector professionals, junior academics, and diplomats. Topics of upcoming AGG Executive Seminars: , Counter-Terrorism Policies , Economics of Global Governance , Global Security , Conflict Resolution , Regional Integration , Tax Havens , Climate Governance An online registration form is available on the Academy webpage: www.eui.eu/Project/GGP/Academy

High-Level Policy Seminars The GGP High-Level Policy Seminars aim to generate and contribute to academic and policy debates by convening key policy makers and academics to discuss the current challenges of global governance. In 2011 the GGP will host three High-Level Policy Seminars: , International Trade and the Doha Round, 4 February , European and United States Counter-Terrorism Policies. The Rule of Law and Human Rights, 16 March , The Macroeconomic and the Financial Landscape in the Aftermath of the 2007 Crisis. New Challenges and Perspectives, 6 June

Topics: , Climate Change , Democracy and Accountability in Global Governance , Economics of Global Governance , Global Governance and Gender Equity , Global Governance and Institutional Choice , Global Justice , Global Regulation of Energy, Water and Natural Resources , History and Globalization , International Economic Law and Integration , Migration , Regional Integration , Terrorism and other International Security Issues

Global Governance Debates Two experts presenting diverging viewpoints on an issue of global relevance. A brief paper prepared by each speaker is circulated to the participants in advance. The debate starts by speakers reacting to each other's papers. Papers and reaction papers are published.


The Global Governance Programme at the EUI Global Governance has become a key concept in many academic and policy debates. There is strong awareness nowadays that many issues have a global dimension, and cannot be effectively dealt with at the level of individual states or regional organizations. The world faces a myriad of increasingly complex issues, such as humanitarian crises and intervention, terrorism, conflict resolution and peace-building, poverty, climate change and instability in the international economic system. Resolving these issues requires the involvement of global players, ranging from private actors to intergovernmental organizations. The role of the Global Governance Programme (GGP) in this scenario is to share knowledge, develop new ideas on these issues, and serve as a bridge between research and policy-making. The GGP is part of the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies of the European University Institute, a world-renowned and truly European academic institution uniquely placed to contribute the European perspective to the global governance debate.

Academy of Global Governance (AGG)

Research Strands

The AGG is a unique executive training programme, unprecedented within the EU. It combines the EUI’s toplevel academic environment with distinguished speakers coming from academia, politics and business.

Diverse dimensions of global governance are investigated in research strands and projects coordinated by senior scholars, both from the EUI and from other internationally recognized top institutions, and involving fellows and researchers.

The AGG Executive Training Seminars offer three and a half days of intensive and interactive training by some of the world’s leading experts in the field of global governance, to the "leaders of the future": young executives and policy-makers, public sector officials, private sector professionals, junior academics, and diplomats. Topics of upcoming AGG Executive Seminars: , Counter-Terrorism Policies , Economics of Global Governance , Global Security , Conflict Resolution , Regional Integration , Tax Havens , Climate Governance An online registration form is available on the Academy webpage: www.eui.eu/Project/GGP/Academy

High-Level Policy Seminars The GGP High-Level Policy Seminars aim to generate and contribute to academic and policy debates by convening key policy makers and academics to discuss the current challenges of global governance. In 2011 the GGP will host three High-Level Policy Seminars: , International Trade and the Doha Round, 4 February , European and United States Counter-Terrorism Policies. The Rule of Law and Human Rights, 16 March , The Macroeconomic and the Financial Landscape in the Aftermath of the 2007 Crisis. New Challenges and Perspectives, 6 June

Topics: , Climate Change , Democracy and Accountability in Global Governance , Economics of Global Governance , Global Governance and Gender Equity , Global Governance and Institutional Choice , Global Justice , Global Regulation of Energy, Water and Natural Resources , History and Globalization , International Economic Law and Integration , Migration , Regional Integration , Terrorism and other International Security Issues

Global Governance Debates Two experts presenting diverging viewpoints on an issue of global relevance. A brief paper prepared by each speaker is circulated to the participants in advance. The debate starts by speakers reacting to each other's papers. Papers and reaction papers are published.


Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

Global Governance Network The Global Governance Network is a dynamic virtual community of scholars, policy experts and institutions, which seeks to encourage debate and increase the knowledge and understanding of global issues. It is a platform for members to exchange research, policy analysis and commentary, and to disseminate their work to a broader audience of academics, policy makers, international organizations, private sector executives, and media. network.globalgovernanceprogramme.eu

Fellowship Programmes Jean Monnet GGP Fellows Through the Jean Monnet Fellowship Programme at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, the GGP offers fellowships to post-docs in the early stages of their academic careers. The call for Jean Monnet Fellowship applications for the academic year 2012/13 closes on 25 October 2011. For more information: www.eui.eu/JMF

Miguel Poiares Maduro Director Global Governance Programme European University Institute Villa La Pagliaiuola Via delle Palazzine, 17/19 50014 San Domenico di Fiesole (FI) - Italy Email: miguel.maduro@eui.eu For more information, please contact: Angelika Lanfranchi Secretary of the Director Global Governance Programme European University Institute Villa La Pagliaiuola Via delle Palazzine, 17/19 50014 San Domenico di Fiesole (FI) - Italy Tel. +39 055 4685 946 Fax +39 055 4685 959 Email: angelika.lanfranchi@eui.eu globalgovernance.programme@eui.eu

EU/Asia Fellows The EU/Asia Fellowship Programme aims at encouraging post-doctoral research on EU/Asia relations or global issues of importance for both Europe and Asia. Intellectually distinguished fellows have the opportunity to conduct two years of research articulated as follows: one year at the EUI and one year at one of the Asian participant institutions:

, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences , Keio University , IEEM/University of Macau

www.globalgovernanceprogramme.eu


Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

Global Governance Network The Global Governance Network is a dynamic virtual community of scholars, policy experts and institutions, which seeks to encourage debate and increase the knowledge and understanding of global issues. It is a platform for members to exchange research, policy analysis and commentary, and to disseminate their work to a broader audience of academics, policy makers, international organizations, private sector executives, and media. network.globalgovernanceprogramme.eu

Fellowship Programmes Jean Monnet GGP Fellows Through the Jean Monnet Fellowship Programme at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, the GGP offers fellowships to post-docs in the early stages of their academic careers. The call for Jean Monnet Fellowship applications for the academic year 2012/13 closes on 25 October 2011. For more information: www.eui.eu/JMF

Miguel Poiares Maduro Director Global Governance Programme European University Institute Villa La Pagliaiuola Via delle Palazzine, 17/19 50014 San Domenico di Fiesole (FI) - Italy Email: miguel.maduro@eui.eu For more information, please contact: Angelika Lanfranchi Secretary of the Director Global Governance Programme European University Institute Villa La Pagliaiuola Via delle Palazzine, 17/19 50014 San Domenico di Fiesole (FI) - Italy Tel. +39 055 4685 946 Fax +39 055 4685 959 Email: angelika.lanfranchi@eui.eu globalgovernance.programme@eui.eu

EU/Asia Fellows The EU/Asia Fellowship Programme aims at encouraging post-doctoral research on EU/Asia relations or global issues of importance for both Europe and Asia. Intellectually distinguished fellows have the opportunity to conduct two years of research articulated as follows: one year at the EUI and one year at one of the Asian participant institutions:

, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences , Keio University , IEEM/University of Macau

www.globalgovernanceprogramme.eu

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