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The College of Europe, Bruge (Belgium) from 1949 educates specialists in the field of European Studies. From 1994, the second campus of The College of Europe is hosted by the Natolin European Centre.

www.coleurop.be

 
 
 
   

Ministry of Foraign Affairs of Poland

  conferences - EUISS
  conferences - Wilton Park

www.msz.gov.pl

 
 
 
   

Ministry of National Defence
of Poland

  conferences

www.mon.gov.pl

 
 
 
   

Ministry of Regional Development

www.mrr.gov.pl

 
 
 
   

Human Rights Defender

www.rpo.gov.pl

 
 
 
   

Polish Financial Spervision Authority

www.knf.gov.pl

 
 
 
   

The European Union Institute
for Security Studies (EUISS)

  conferences

www.iss-eu.org

 
 
 
   

The European University Institute in Florence (Italy), established by member countries of the European Communities in 1972, conducts doctoral studies and research projects in areas of history, law and economy, as well as in political and social sciences. Since 2002 the Natolin European Centre hosts the EUI Research Laboratory.

  conferences

www.iue.it

 
 
 
 

 

Wilton Park is an executive agency of the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office. It is one of the leading centers for the discussion of international issues. Conferences are organized at Wiston House in the South of England, as well as in other education and research centers, among others in Natolin.

  conferences

www.wiltonpark.org.uk

 
 
 
   

The Department of Sociology
at the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin (KUL)

www.kul.lublin.pl

 
 
 
  MUW  

Medical University of Warsaw

www.wum.edu.pl/english


 
 
 
  UL  

University of £ódľ

www.uni.lodz.pl


 
 
 
  US  

University of Silesia in Katowice

english.us.edu.pl


 
 
 
   

TEPSA is an independent organisation, established in 1974 at the initiative of a number of European institutes. The TEPSA network is composed of national research institutions specialised in European and international affairs, located in all EU Member States and candidate countries. The aim of TEPSA is to provide and strengthen high quality international research on European integration in order to stimulate discussion on policies and political options for Europe.

www.tepsa.be

 
 
 
   

FORNET - a European Foreign Policy Research Network - represents the first formal attempt to structure and co-ordinate a network of researchers across Europe focusing on foreign policy governance. Since 2002, FORNET has been a forum for informed discussion and scholarly debate on all aspects of European foreign policy among academics and practitioners. It aims to modernise, widen and deepen research in this vital area of EU policy, building on a foundation of informal cooperation between its core members, who have been investigating and writing about European foreign policy for over twenty years.

www.fornet.info

 
 
 
   

Real Instituto Elcano. The Elcano Royal Institute's principal mission is to be a focal point for analysis and the generation of ideas of practical use to politicians, heads of relevant public and private entities, and to help promote an informed public opinion.

www.realinstitutoelcano.org

 
 
 
   

The Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) is an independent, non-profit, non-partisan public policy research institute dedicated to the study of Central Europe. Founded in 2005, CEPA provides a forum for scholarly research, writing, and debate on key issues affecting the countries and economies of the Central European region, their membership in the European Union (EU), and relationship with the United States.

www.cepa.org

 
 
 
   

Institute for Europaeische Politikforschung (IEP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study of European integration. It is one of the first foreign and European policy research centres in Germany and serves as a forum for exchange between academia, politics, administration and political education.

www.iep-berlin.de

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LEITBILDER (key concepts) for the European Union after Enlargement.

Fragmentation, Continuity or Reinvention?
Will the enlarged European Union, the EU-27, be based upon a consistent set of ideas and key concepts (LEITBILDER) in so-called "old" and "new" member states, or will it be characterized by fragmentation? Will Western and Central-Eastern EU-member states share the same set of basic political beliefs, convictions, ideas, concepts and visions of Europe or are they developing in different directions? Are the member states' actors supporting further deepening of European integration or do they rather promote less integration which could lead to a dilution of the Union? Last but not least, do we probably observe a reinvention of key concepts (LEITBILDER) for the future EU resulting from a growing heterogeneity among political actors' views?

Cooperation: Centrum Europejskiego Natolin.

More information: http://www.iep-berlin.de/index.php?id=72&L=1

 


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